Proceedings of Tunnel Detection Symposium on Subsurface Exploration Technology (4th) held in Golden, Colorado on 26 - 29 Apr 1993
Rept. for 26-29 Apr 1993
COLORADO SCHOOL OF MINES GOLDEN
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These Proceedings document the 47 technical papers delivered during the Fourth Tunnel Detection Symposium on Subsurface Exploration Technology held 26-29 April 1993 in Golden, Colorado. The objective of the Symposium was the exchange of technical information on the most recent advances in subsurface exploration technology. Previous series of symposia on this subject 1981, 1984 and 1988 were focused on the application of detecting and locating deep tunnels to 300 meters in hard rock geological environments. The scope of this symposium was expanded to include a wider variety of subsurface applications, viz., shallow tunnels to 30 meters, natural cavities, historical, archaeological and other underground structures, buried utilities, environmental clean-up etc. Subjects discussed included field methods and experimentation, instrumentation, methods for analysis of field data and interpretation, field problems, application of theories of subsurface exploration, mathematical and scale modeling, and related subjects. Tunnel detection, Geophysical methods, Subsurface sensing, Sensors.
- Geology, Geochemistry and Mineralogy
- Civil Engineering