Table of contents for Stratigraphic analyses using GPR / edited by Gregory S. Baker, Harry M. Jol.

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Preface
1. An introduction to ground penetrating radar
G.S. Baker, T.E. Jordan, and J. Talley
2. GPR surveys of linear dune stratigraphy in central Australia: Evidence for linear dune 
extension with limited lateral migration
C.S. Bristow, B.G. Jones, G.C. Nanson, C. Hollands, M. Coleman, and D.M. Price
3. Ground-penetrating radar (GPR) for imaging the internal structure of an active parabolic 
sand dune
C. Hugenholtz, B.J. Moorman, and S.A. Wolfe
4. Systematic pattern of beach-ridge development and preservation: Conceptual model and 
evidence from ground penetrating radar
J.W. Johnston, T.A. Thompson, and S.J. Baedke
5. Groundwater surface trends from ground penetrating radar (GPR) profiles taken across 
Late Holocene barriers and beach plains of the Columbia River Littoral System, Pacific 
Northwest Coast, USA
C.D. Peterson, H.M. Jol, D. Percy, and E.L. Nielsen
6. A ground penetrating radar investigation of a glacial-marine ice-contact delta, Pineo Ridge, 
eastern coastal Maine
A.K. Tary, D.M. FitzGerald, and T.K. Weddle
7. The internal structure of relict lacustrine deltas, northern New York
C.W. Stevens and S.D. Robinson
8. Palaeolake shoreline sequencing using ground-penetrating radar: Lake Alvord, Oregon 
and Nevada
D.E. Wilkins and W.P. Clement
9. Architecture and sedimentology of an active braid bar in the Wisconsin River 
based on 3-D ground penetrating radar
A.J. Mumpy, H.M. Jol, W.F. Kean, and J.L. Isbell
10. Imaging fluvial architecture within a paleo-valley fill using ground penetrating radar, 
Maple Creek, Guyana
A.S. Hickin, P.T. Bobrowsky, R.C. Paulen, and Mel Best
11. Stratigraphy and tectonic implications of Late Pleistocene valley fill in the Hope Valley, 
Canterbury, South Island, New Zealand
H. Rother, H.M. Jol, and J. Shulmeister
12. GPR data acquired to image clastic dikes at the Hanford Site, Hanford, Washington
W.P. Clement and C.J. Murray

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Geology, Stratigraphic.
Ground penetrating radar.