USE GPR TO MAP SOIL AND ROCK LAYERS
We are professional Geologists (PGeo) with proven expertise in providing GPR surveys for geological investigations and are qualified in geophysical surveying using GPR.
A GPR survey is useful for overburden and bedrock mapping and also for cavity detection. For increased depth penetration we use low frequency GPR antennae to image subsurface soil and bedrock features along a 2D profile or in 3D.
Use a GPR Survey to:
- Identify and map soil and bedrock layers
- Measure thickness of cover
- Detect and locate voids, sinkholes and other naturally formed cavities, basements, culverts, abandoned wells and shafts.
- Map depth to water table, zones of water saturation, potential flow pathways.
Mapping subsurface geology using GPR.