2012 Outstanding Student Presentation Award Winner

Carolyn Tewksbury-Christle

Near Surface Geophysics

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Comparing Theoretical Predictions with Experimental Data Showing the Relationship Between Ground Penetrating Radar Amplitude Response and Fluid Salinity, Fracture Aperture, and Channel Width of a Fractured Bedrock Analog


University of Tennessee


2012 Fall Meeting

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