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UXO Detection and Prioritization Using Combined Airborne Vertical Magnetic Gradient and Time-Domain EM Methods

Publisher – Society of Exploration Geophysicists (SEG) 2008, Annual International Meeting Proceedings, Las Vegas, Nevada. Authors – Jacob Sheehan*, Les Beard*, Jeffrey Gamey, William Doll, and Jeannemarie Norton, Battelle-Oak Ridge Operations Paper – [pdf]  UXO_SEG_UXO_target_prioritization_LPB_2008 Summary

Physics-Based Characterization of UXO from Multi-Component TEM data

Publisher – Zonge, 2000. Authors – Scott C. MacInnes*, Donald D. Snyder, and Kenneth L. Zonge, Zonge Engineering & Research Organization, Tucson, Arizona Paper – [pdf]  UXO_MultiComponentTEM Abstract

Poster: Improved Methods for Detection and Classification of UXO Using Broadband Transient Electromagnetic Techniques

Publisher – Zonge, 2004. Authors – Donald D. Snyder III, Snyder Geoscience, Inc.; Scott C. MacInnes*, Kenneth L. Zonge, Jennifer L. Hare*, Zonge Engineering and Research Organization, Inc., Tucson, Arizona; Mary M. Poulton, Department of Mining and Geological Engineering, University of Arizona, Tucson, Arizona Poster Series – [pdf] TEMposterA   TEMposterB   TEMposterC Panel A:   NanoTEM® – A System for Fast […]

Poster: Demonstrations of a Fast 4D TEM System for UXO Characterization

Publisher  – Zonge, 2002. Authors – Dr. Donald D. Snyder, David C. George, Dr. Jennifer Hare*, Dr. Scott C. MacInnes*, Dr. Kenneth L. Zonge, Zonge Engineering and Research Organization, Inc., Tucson, Arizona Poster Series – [pdf] NanoTEM_Development2002_1   NanoTEM_Development2002_2   NanoTEM_Development2002_3 Panel 1:  Evolution of NanoTEM® – A System for Fast Multi-Channel TEM Data Acquisition; What’s Fast TEM? Panel 2:  Demonstrations […]

Possibilities for UXO Classification using Characteristic Modes of the Broadband Electromagnetic Induction Resistivity

Publisher – Zonge, 1999. Presented at “New Technology Applications Conference on the Science and Technology of Unexploded Ordnance Removal and Site Remediation,” Maui, Hawaii,  8-11 Nov., 1999 Authors – D.D. Snyder, Scott MacInnes*, Scott Urquhart*, and K.L. Zonge, Zonge Engineering and Research Organization, Tucson, Arizona Paper – [pdf]  UXO_1999_PossibilitiesForUXOClassification-Using_EM Introduction

Model-Based UXO Classification Based On Static 3-Component TEM Measurements

Publisher – Zonge Authors – Scott C. MacInnes*, Donald D. Snyder, David C. George, and Kenneth L. Zonge, Zonge Engineering and Research Organization, Tucson, Arizona Paper – [pdf] UXO_Classification Abstract

Fast TEM for UXO mapping at Gambell, Saint Lawrence Island, Alaska

Publisher – Zonge, 2001. Presented at UXO -Countermine Forum, Session 30, Location and Mapping, New Orleans, Louisiana, April 9-12, 2001 Authors – Scott MacInnes *, Skip Snyder, Ken Zonge, Zonge Engineering and Research Organization, Tucson, Arizona; Jon Durham, US Army Corps of Engineers, Huntsville, Alabama; John Dickerson, Earth Tech, Colton, California Paper – [pdf] FastTEM_UXO_Gambell Abstract

Imaging UXO Using Electrical Impedance Tomography

Publisher – JEEG, December 2000, Volume 5, Issue 4, pp. 11-23 Authors – William Daily, Abelardo Ramirez, Robin Newmark, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, Livermore, California; Victor George, Roy F. Weston, Vallejo, California Paper – [pdf] UXO_ElectricalImpedanceTomography Abstract

Airborne EM Data Complement Magnetics in an Unexpected Way

Publisher — Environmental and Engineering Geophysical Society (EEGS), 2010 Symposium on the Application of Geophysics to Engineering and Environmental Problems (SAGEEP) proceedings. Authors — Les P. Beard*, William E. Doll, Jacob R. Sheehan*, T. Jeffrey Gamey and Jeannemarie Norton, Battelle-Oak Ridge Operations, Oak Ridge, Tennessee; Monika Siwiak, Willy Van Vaerenbergh, AECOM Ltd., Brisbane, Australia. Expanded […]

Early-Time, Multi-Component, Mobile TEM for Deep Metal Detection

“This paper was the start of development of the system that became the Dynamic NanoTEM™ transceiver. We realized very early that there was a significant value in collecting a large time bandwidth and several receiver orientations. Use of numerous time windows and multiple receiver orientations allowed Zonge to develop some of the first discrimination technologies used in […]