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EMPLOYING MULTIPLE GEOPHYSICAL SENSOR SYSTEMS TO ENHANCE BURIED UXO "TARGET RECOGNITION" CAPABILITY
Transformational Science and Technology for the Current and Future Force
Millions of acres of former and currently used military training and testing ranges are potentially contaminated by surface and buried unexploded ordnance (UXO), giving rise to requirements for UXO environmental restoration of formerly used sites and for sustainable use and active range cleanup. Geophysical surveys are required to map the location of buried UXO. The major cost driver of current cleanup and restoration is the inability to discriminate between buried false alarm and UXO targets.doi:10.1142/9789812772572_0073 fatcat:j5d6xsorqbep5krrukzv3iedia