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  • Application of ground-penetrating radar to the identification of subsurface piping in blanket peat
  • This paper presents results from an experiment to assess the use of ground-penetrating radar (GPR) to remotely sense pipes in blanket peat. The technique is shown to be successful in identifying most of the pipes tested in the pilot catchment
  • . Comparison of data on pipes identified by GPR and verified by manual measurement suggests that pipescan be located in the soil profile with a depth accuracy of 20 to 30 cm. GPR-identified pipes were found throughout the soil profile; however, those whithin 10
  • Piping and pipeflow in a deep peat catchment
  • This paper presents the results of a pipeflow study in a deep blanket peat catchment of the North Pennines, UK. Automated gauging has been done on 10 pipe sites (on 8 separate pipes), 2 seepage zones, a drainage ditch, a gully and on streamflow