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Title: Ground-Penetrating Radar (GPR) Data from 41PT96 in Potter County, Texas      
dateReleased:
07-14-2015
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dateCreated:
07-06-2015
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doi:10.5281/ZENODO.19467
creators:
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Bousman, C. Britt
Mudd, Michael L.
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description:
On June 26, 2015, a ground-penetrating radar (GPR) survey was conducted at an Antelope Creek site (41PT96) on the Bureau of Land Management's Cross Bar Management Area in Potter County, Texas. These data represent raw, unprocessed data collected along the X-axis of a 55m (X-axis) x13m (Y-axis) grid at 50cm intervals, and a concatenated 27.5m (X-axis) x 10m (Y-axis) grid; also collected at 50cm intervals. These data will serve as a comparative reference for additional GPR surveys in the area of the Canadian River basin, can be used as an educational dataset to teach GPR processing techniques, and is representative of one of the first GPR surveys at an archaeological site in the Texas panhandle. This dataset includes 26 transects (FILE__001 - FILE__026) that were collected in a zig-zag pattern along the X-axis of the 55m x 13m grid,  beginning in the lower right corner. The additional 20 transects (FILE__027 - FILE__046) were collected from the area immediately adjacent to the first grid, and concatenate with the first grid beginning at the 27.5m center line, which were also collected at 50cm increments beginning in the lower right corner of the grid, adding 10m along the Y-axis. Many thanks to Ryan Howell, Adrian Escobar, and the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) for requisite permissions and access.
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