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Ground Penetrating Radar (GPR) is a geophysical technique that uses radar pulses to non-invasively image and detect subsurface structures and objects. It operates by emitting high-frequency electromagnetic waves into the ground and analyzing the reflected signals. GPR is widely used in various fields, including construction, archaeology, geology, and utility mapping, to locate buried objects, assess soil composition, and identify underground anomalies.

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