Ground Penetrating Radar (GPR) is one of the most widely exploited diagnostics tools in the fields of the water monitoring and management as well as in the recent application fields of the agricultural geophysics. In this work, we present the most recent results concerning with a state of art data processing for GPR based on accurate models of the inverse scattering at the basis of the sensing phenomenon. In particular, we will present the successful cases of the use of a microwave tomographic approach in the cases of drainage pipe location, water leaks from pipes monitoring and determination of the water content in the soil.

APPLICATIONS OF GROUND PENETRATING RADAR AND MICROWAVE TOMOGRAPHY IN WATER MONITORING AND MANAGEMENT

Persico R
2011

Abstract

Ground Penetrating Radar (GPR) is one of the most widely exploited diagnostics tools in the fields of the water monitoring and management as well as in the recent application fields of the agricultural geophysics. In this work, we present the most recent results concerning with a state of art data processing for GPR based on accurate models of the inverse scattering at the basis of the sensing phenomenon. In particular, we will present the successful cases of the use of a microwave tomographic approach in the cases of drainage pipe location, water leaks from pipes monitoring and determination of the water content in the soil.
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