Sounding Cratonic Fill in Small Buried Craters Using Ground Penetrating Radar: Analog Study to the Martian Case

Abstract : We report results from a 270 MHz GPR survey performed on a recently discovered impact field in the southwestern Egyptian desert. The investigation suggests the ability of radar techniques to detect small-buried craters and probe their filling
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Essam Heggy, Philippe Paillou. Sounding Cratonic Fill in Small Buried Craters Using Ground Penetrating Radar: Analog Study to the Martian Case. 37th Annual Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, March 13-17, 2006, League City, Texas, abstract no.1264, 2006, League City, Texas, United States. pp.abstract no.1264. ⟨hal-00020423⟩

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