Ground Penetrating Radar (Other Keyword)

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Application of Impulse Radar To Civil Engineering (1982)
DOCUMENT Citation Only C. Peter F. Ulriksen.

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Archaeological Monitoring of a Ground Penetrating Radar Survey of a Proposed Water Tank in Marengo County, Alabama (1996)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Bonnie L. Gums. Gregory A. Waselkov.

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Archaeological Monitoring of the Ova Noss Family Partnership Ground Penetrating Radar and Entry Mapping Expedition At Victorio Peak, White Sands Missile Range, New Mexico (1990)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Leonard Allen.

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Archaeological Site Examination of the Field East of the Grapery/Greenhouse, Drive Circle, Straight Walk, and South Lawn at Gore Place, Waltham, Massachusetts (2010)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Leith Smith. Christa Beranek. John Steinberg.

A landscape restoration plan for the 45-acre historic estate of Massachusetts governor and United States senator, Christopher Gore and his wife Rebecca, recommended archaeological investigations to identify the location, character, and integrity of Gore-period features that could potentially be included in restoration efforts. Investigations began in 2004, focusing on better known landscape elements including the carriage drive, carriage house foundation, greenhouse, vegetable and flower...


Archaeological Survey at the Beall Dawson House, Rockville, Montgomery County, Maryland (1992)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Edward Otter.

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Archaeological Testing of Site 1Ja637, Jackson County, Alabama (2001)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Scott C. Meeks.

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Archeological Inventory, Testing, and Data Recovery at the James Staples House (HS 9), Herbert Hoover National Historic Site, West Branch, Iowa (2008)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Dawn Bringelson. Amanda Davey. Jonathan Weiland.

Staff of the Midwest Archeological Center investigated archeology associated with the James Staples House (HS-09) at Herbert Hoover National Historic Site during fall 2005 and spring 2006. These investigations ensued as a part of a rehabilitation project to upgrade staff housing, to restore the home’s historic character, and to improve conditions for its long-term preservation. Geophysical and shovel test inventories, as well as evaluative testing and data recovery excavations all provided...


Archeological Investigations at the Site of Old Baltimore, Aberdeen Proving Ground, Harford County, Maryland (1999)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Thomas W. Davis. Martha R. Williams. William H. IV Lowthert. Andrew D. Madsen. S. Fiona Bessey. Anthony Randolph.

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Archeological Testing at the Miller House Site (11SG1318) Lincoln Home National Historic Site (LIHO), Illinois (2007)
DOCUMENT Full-Text William J. Hunt, Jr..

Test excavations at the Miller House site in Lincoln Home National Historic Site (LIHO), were undertaken in response to National Park Service (NPS) plans to restore and reconstruct the house to its original circa 1860 appearance. The scale of the construction is such that there is potential for considerable ground disturbance. This, in an archeological site which historical documentation and small-scale archeological investigations have demonstrated to contain or potentially contain intact...


Archival and Geophysical Investigations to Locate a Civil War Cemetery and Railroad Station, Fort Lee (FL2010.012)
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In September, 2008, the Cultural Resources Management Program (CRMP) at Fort Lee, Virginia requested assistance from the US Army Engineer Research and Development Center (ERDC), Construction Engineering Research Laboratory (CERL) in identifying a Civil War cemetery believed to have been located on what is now Fort Lee. One of the few clues about the cemetery’s location was that it was near Meade (or Meade’s) Station, a United States Military Rail Road (USMRR) station constructed during the Civil...


Archival and Geophysical Investigations to Locate a Civil War Cemetery and Railroad Station, Fort Lee, Virginia (2010)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Carey, L. Baxter. Michael L. Hargrave. Carl G. Carlson-Drexler.

In September, 2008, the Cultural Resources Management Program (CRMP) at Fort Lee, Virginia requested assistance from the US Army Engineer Research and Development Center (ERDC), Construction Engineering Research Laboratory (CERL) in identifying a Civil War cemetery believed to have been located on what is now Fort Lee. One of the few clues about the cemetery’s location was that it was near Meade (or Meade’s) Station, a United States Military Rail Road (USMRR) station constructed during the Civil...


Caves and Tunnels at Teotihuacan, Mexico: Testing with Ground Penetrating Radar (1994)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Sue Scott.

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A Cultural Resource Assessment of the Greene County Courthouse in Eutaw, Greene County, Alabama (1999)
DOCUMENT Citation Only V. Stephen Jones.

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A Cultural Resource Assessment of the Old Stagecoach Inn / Wilbourne Property in Pickensville, Pickens County, Alabama (1998)
DOCUMENT Citation Only V. Stephen Jones. Marla J. Spry.

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Double Palisades and Double Frequencies: Comparing Single-Channel and Dual-Channel Ground Penetrating RADAR data from Hiwassee Island. (2016)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Sara Gale. Shawn Patch. Sarah Lowry.

The vast majority of Ground Penetrating RADAR (GPR) surveys have used one ultra-wide band frequency range when examining sites. With this choice come assumptions of the maximum depth and size of potential features as there is always a trade-off in GPR between depth range and maximum resolution. A multi-component site or one with extended occupation may warrant surveys with different GPR antennas in order to reach the earlier occupations and still resolve small features, such as post molds....


Evaluation of Cemeteries Along the Proposed State Route 21 Expansion Corridor Between Sylacauga and Talladega, Talladega County, Alabama (1999)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Gene A. Ford. Joel H. Watkins.

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Finding the Russian Village at Fort Ross: GPR and Magnetometer Survey (2015)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Glenn J. Farris.

At the Russian American Company settlement of Fort Ross on the California Coast was a village housing a vibrant community of Russians, Native Californians, Native Alaskans, and Creoles. Using a drawing of the village made in 1841, along with various visitors’ accounts and inventories of the settlement, we are able to reconstruct a partial image of this community. However, in order to locate the old village on the ground, a composite research group of students and professors from UC Berkeley,...


The Fort St. Joseph Archaeological Project
PROJECT Michael Nassaney.

The Fort St. Joseph Archaeological Project is a collaboration between Western Michigan University and the City of Niles, MI to investigate, interpret, and preserve the physical remains of the site of Fort St. Joseph, a mission, garrison, and trading post complex occupied from 1691 to 1781 by the French then British. Since its inception, the Project has cultivated a robust program of public archaeology to involve and invest the community in the preservation of the site and more generally, the...


Geophysical Applications in Archeology and Their Use in Maryland (1987)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Hettie L. Boyce-Ballweber.

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Geophysical Investigations at the Hanna's Town Cemetery, Westmoreland County, Pennsylvania (2016)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Ashley D. Taylor.

Hanna's Town (36WM203), an 18th century site located in Westmoreland County, Pennsylvania, was a major settlement that was attacked and destroyed by a force of British and Native Americans in 1782. The town never fully recovered, and the land was repurposed for agricultural use until it was purchased in 1969 by Westmoreland County, who reconstructed the town for tourism purposes. Overlooking the site is the town's cemetery, which has been given little attention in regards to research. The...


Geophysical Investigations of Proposed Interpretative Garden at the Second Fort Smith Site, Fort Smith National historic Site (3SB79), Sebastian County, Arkansas (2009)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Steven L. De Vore.

During July 16 to 19, 2007, the Midwest Archeological Center and Fort Smith National Historic Site staffs conducted geophysical investigations at the second Fort Smith site within the Fort Smith National Historic Site (3SB79) in the City of Fort Smith in Sebastian County, Arkansas. The project was conducted in response to the park’s request for the non-destructive and non-invasive investigations of a triangular area between the Officers Quarters location and the modern railroad tracks in...


A Geophysical Survey of Fort St. Joseph (20BE23), Niles, Michigan (2008)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Daniel Lynch.

Fort St. Joseph is a 17th-18th century French (and later English) mission-garrison-trading post complex located in southwest Michigan. A geophysical survey was performed and the results of the survey were tested through archaeological excavation. The geophysical methods included ground penetrating radar, electromagnetic induction, electrical resistivity, magnetic gradiometry, and magnetic susceptibility. The results of the archaeological excavations demonstrate that magnetic gradiometry was the...


Geophysical survey of the old church yard (c. 1640-1890s) in Tyrnävä, Northern Ostrobothnia, Finland (2018)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Tiina M. Väre. Kari Moisio. Aki Hakonen. Sanna Lipkin. Mirette Modarress-Sadeghi. Sirpa Niinimäki. Riina Veijo. Heidi Lamminsivu. Titta Kallio-Seppä.

In the 2017 survey of the old churchyard of Tyrnävä parish ground penetrating radar and magnetometer were utilized to find the foundations of a church that stood on the site from 1664 until arson in 1865. The parish is situated on the coastal region of Northern Ostrobothnia, Finland and its history dates back to the 17th century. The parish’s churchyard used since the 1640s maintained its status as an active cemetery until the 1890s despite the destruction of the church. With time, the precise...


Geophysical Survey Report, Phase 1 Cultural Resources Survey, Fort Dix, NJ (2004)
DOCUMENT Full-Text AMEC E&C Services, Inc..

AMEC E&C Services, Inc. has been commissioned by AMEC E&E Services, Inc (AMEC) to perform a geophysical survey at Fort Dix, NJ. The geophysical survey is in support of a Phase 1 Cultural Resources Survey (e.g. an archeological survey), the purpose of which is to identify potential features of archeological significance, in advance of planned construction activities in the study area. The study site consists of a nominal 150 ft x 250 ft area located within Ft. Dix. Several anomalies were...


Geophysical Surveys in the Carver Family Cemetery, George Washington Carver National Monument, Missouri (2000)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Robert K. Nickel.

In August 1999, tests were conducted with three geophysical instruments on a lO-meter square grid in the northeast corner of the Carver family cemetery, George Washington Carver National Monument, Diamond, Missouri. The instruments included a Geoscan FM36 flux gate magnetometer, a Geoscan RM15 soil resistance meter, and a Sensors and Software Noggin 250 ground-penetrating radar unit. The magnetic data revealed patterns very similar to those identified by J. L. Emery as a result of her work in...