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References Asprion, U., Aigner, H., Aigner, T. 2000. An initial Attempt to Map Carbonate Buildups Using Ground-Penetrating Radar: an Example from the Upper Jurassic of SW-Germany. Erlangen (2000) 42, 245-252. Cardimona, S., Webb, D. J., Lippincott, T. 2000. Ground Penetrating Radar. Department of Geology and Geophysics, University of Missouri-Rolla, Rolla, MO., 2-9. Casa, A., Pinto, V., Rivero, L. 2000. Fundamentals of ground penetrating radar in enviromental and engineering applications. Annali di Geofisica, Vol. 43, N. 6, December 2000. Department of Chemistry

References 1. Butnor, J.R., Doolittle, J.A., Kress, L., Cohen, S., Johnsen, K.H. (2001) Use of Ground-Penetrating Radar to Study Tree Roots in the Southeastern United States. Tree Physiol 21, pp. 1269–1278. 2. Butnor, J.R., Doolittle, J.A., Johnsen, K.H., Samuelson, L., Stokes, T., Kress, L. (2003) Utility of Ground-Penetrating Radar as a Root Biomass Survey Tool in Forest Systems. Soil Sci Soc Am J 67, pp. 1607–1615. 3. Čermák, J., Hruška, J., Martinková, M., Prax, A. (2000) Urban Tree Root Systems and their Survival Near Houses Analyzed Using Ground

(Polish eastern Carpathians) and its evolution. Studia Geomorphologica Carpatho-Balcanica 38, 83-96. Hickin, A.S., Kerr, B., Barchyn, T.E. & Paulen, R.C., 2009. Ground-penetrating radar and capacitively coupled resistivity to investigate fluvial architecture and grain-size distribution of a gravel floodplain in Northeast British Columbia, Canada. Journal of Sedimentary Research 79, 457-477. Jol, H.M., 2009. Ground penetrating radar - theory and applications. Elsevier (London), 524 pp. Karczewski, J., Ortyl, Ł. & Pasterniak, M., 2011. Zarys metody georadarowej. Wydanie 2

References [1] Annan A.P., Ground Penetrating Radar – Workshop Notes , Sensor and Software Inc., Canada 2001. [2] Asch T.H., Deszcz-Pan M., Burton B.L., Ball L.B., Geophysical Characterization of American River Levees (Sacramento, California) Using Electromagnetics, Capacitively-Coupled Resistivity and DC Resistivity , U.S. Geological Survey Open-File Report, Reston USA 2008. [3] Bohidar R.N., Hermance J.F., The GPR Refraction Method. Geophysics, 67(5)/2002, 1474–1485. [4] Daniels J.J., Wielopolski L., Radzevicius S., Bookshar J., 3D GPR Polarization

1 Introduction Ground penetrating radars have been widely used in geological, archaeological or forensic research and studies for many years. In recent years, it has also attracted the attention of designers and investors. Numerous problems related to the design and implementation of buildings or infrastructure result from the lack of reliable information on subsurface space, mainly utilities, that is, gas pipelines, waterworks, power or telecommunication cables ( Jaw et al., 2018 ). Any work that involves earthworks entails a risk of damaging the pipelines

). Two-step inverse problem algorithm for ground penetrating radar technique, Przegląd Elektrotechniczny 87 (12b): 22–24. Tadeusiewicz, R. (2010). New trends in neurocybernetics, Computer Methods in Materials Science 10 (1): 1–7. Tadeusiewicz, R. (2011). Introduction to intelligent systems, in B.M. Wilamowski and J.D. Irvis (Eds.), Fault Diagnosis. Models, Artificial Intelligence, Applications , CRC Press, Boca Raton, FL, Chapter 1, pp. 1-1–1-12. Tadeusiewicz, R., Chaki, R. and Chaki, N. (2014). Exploring Neural Networks with C# , CRC Press, Boca Raton, FL. Wei

a landslide using a multi- geophysical approach: the Quesnel Forks landslide, Landslides, 2004, 1(1), 29-40. [5] BUSBY J.P., CUSS R.J., RAINES M.G., BEAMISH D., Application of ground penetrating radar to geological investigations, British Geological Survey Internal Report IR/04/21. [6] SASS O., BELL R., GLADE T., Comparasion of GPR, 2Dresistivity and traditional techniques for the subsurface exploration of the Öschingen landslide, Swabian Alb (Germany), Geomorphology, 2008, 93, pp. 89-103. [7] DANIELS D.J., Surface-Penetrating Radar, Inst. of Electrical Engineers

, Journal of Applied Geophysics 164 (2019) 225–236 [4] Bichler A. et al., “ Three-dimensional mapping of a landslide using a multi-geophysical approach: the Quesnel Forks landslide ,” Landslides, vol. 1, no. 1, pp. 29–40, Mar. 2004 [5] Bichler A., Bobrowsky P., Best M., Douma M., Hunter J., Calvert T., BurnS R., Three-dimensional mapping of a landslide using a multi- geophysical approach: the Quesnel Forks landslide , Landslides, 2004, 1(1), 29–40 [6] Busby, J.P.; Cuss, R.J.; Raines, M.G.; Beamish, D, “ Application of ground penetrating radar to geological investigations

References [1]. J. WENZLICK, T. SCULLONO, K.R. MASER: “High Accuracy Pavement Thickness Measurement Using Ground Penetrating Radar”, Missouri Department of Transportation Research, Development and Technology Division, February 1999. [2]. M.OŽBOLT, T. RUKAVINA, J.DOMITROVIĆ: “Comparison of pavement layer thickness measured by GPR and conventional methods”, The Baltic Journal of Road and Bridge engineering, vol.7, no.1, 2012. [3]. T. SATTENKETO: “Timo, Electrical properties of road materials and subgrade soils and the use of Ground Penetrating Radar in traffic

regarding resources and energy efficiency of new constructions as well as of the building stock. Through coupling BIM with scanning methods such as laser scan and ground-penetrating radar (GPR), a thorough assessment of existing stocks can be conducted. Moreover, inventories on the detailed material composition of buildings, such as Material Passports (MPs) and simulations regarding energy consumptions, can be generated. The BIM-based coupling of digital technologies for modeling and analysis has large potentials to support both reduction of the resources consumption and