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An update on the progress made by Dan Boddice and Laura Pring on the geophysics aspects of the DART project

An update on the progress made by Dan Boddice and Laura Pring on the geophysics aspects of the DART project

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    DART: Boddice/Pring progress so far 070711 DART: Boddice/Pring progress so far 070711 Presentation Transcript

    • Progress January - June Dan Boddice and Laura Pring
    • Progress Update Overview
      • Structure of this Presentation
      • Installations
      • TDR data issues
      • Weather station data update
      • Future Work
    • RAC: Quarryfields
    • RAC: Cherry Copse
    • Diddington: Pasture Field Photo by Dave Stott. Reused under creative commons license.
    • Sampling
    • Probe Installation
    • Tangents
    • Progress Update Data Issues: Data process time
      • Identifying start and end reflection points takes time
      • 16 permittivity per hour
      • c.11520 per station per month
      • Currently 4 stations –too many to do this manually!
      • Conductivity data is simpler
      • Quantity is the same as for permittivity
      • SOLUTION: Script needed
      • Finish and install the remaining two sensors at the clay site at Diddington
      • Develop a script to computer analyse the waveforms from the TDR to process the data quickly
      • Source a vibracorer and develop a methodology on frequency and locations for coring
      • Begin geotechnical laboratory tests on the soil samples from the two sites
      Progress Update Future Work
    • Progress Update Acknowledgments
        • Giulio Curioni and Andrew Foo (Mapping the Underworld)
        • Nicole Metje and David Chapman (Birmingham University)