Ground Penetrating Radar (GPR)

Ground penetrating radar (GPR) is an electromagnetic method using high frequency radio waves to map near-surface structures or objects.  It is a versatile technique for surveying on a variety of surfaces, from rock and pavement to peat and ice.  Survey results are able to pinpoint precise locations of distinct features, making GPR an effective tool for utility detection and mapping, structural integrity testing, unmarked grave location, archaeological site mapping, determination of peat thickness and of subsurface conduits and voids.