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Using GPR (Ground Penetrating Radar), it is possible to conduct a non-destructive (NDT) survey of an area and detect the presence of underground voids, crypts, vaults, sinkholes and subsidence....
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Ground Penetrating Radar (GPR) can be used to detect the presence and extents of sinkholes, underground voids and subsidence....
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In many areas, cemeteries and graveyards have become full. Coupled with inaccurate records for the older sections of graveyards and the possibility of missing headstones. There is sometimes a need for a survey to be performed, to verify the presence of unmarked graves....
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Dock and retaining walls usually receive little routine maintenance until the passage of time allows problems to develop, often in the form of voiding or subsidence created by material wash out. When this occurs, the wall can fail....
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Detecting Subsidence and Voids

Detecting Subsidence and Voids

Ground Penetrating Radar (GPR), can be used to measure interfaces between different materials and map their positions, making it an ideal tool to detect or monitor subsidence and voids....
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Environmental Surveys

Almost any new development will require an environmental survey to ascertain the impact of the development on local wildlife and habitats, such as badgers and other protected species and the roots of protected trees. In some cases a non-intrusive geophysical (GPR) survey might also be c...
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Field Surveys

GPR (Ground Penetrating Radar) can be used to survey fields and open spaces to detect buried obstructions and other underground features including foundations, voids, pipes, cables, buried concrete, badger tunnels, tanks, drainage and archaeology....
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Geological Surveys

Ground Penetrating Radar (GPR) can be used for geological surveys to detect features such as the bedrock, water table, and stratigraphic layers. In these cases the GPR frequencies in typical use in the UK, (200MHz and higher) are not suitable and a lower frequency system should be used....
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