Kansas Geological Survey, Open File Report 96-49
Figure 5a--Uninterpreted version of GPR Line D1. This line is primarily a dip line with respect to cross-bedding, and is approximately parallel to the highwall outcrop (Figs 2 and 4). Station locatiopns (ft) are indicated along the bottom of the section as well as by vertical lines on the GPR every five stations. CDP locations which indicate the trace number are indicated along the top of the section. The profile is an unmigrated time section with the vertical scale in nanoseconds. An approximate depth scale is indicated which assumes a velocity of 0.12 m/ns. An approximate horizontal scale is also indicated which assumes a constant trace spacing of 3 cm/trace.
Figure 5b--Interpreted version of line D1. Major reflections which are correlated with the major horizons or bounding surfaces on the photomosaic are indicated by thicker lines and labels. Other prominent reflections are indicated by thinner lines and do not necessarily correlate with the bed boundaries interpreted on the photomosaic.