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For all lines, a dewow correction was applied as the first step in the processing to remove low-frequency noise. The same proffil velocity was applied to the pre- and post-infiltration data sets. For detailed analysis of single reflections in the GPR data, MATLAB was used to pick reflections in all lines for both data sets, thus obtaining the arrival time and amplitude for each reflection in the entire data set.

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The arrival time differences could then be translated into electromagnetic wave velocity changes and converted into approximate moisture content changes using Eq. Analyses of multiple reflections provided a basis for estimating the spatial distribution of the water in the subsurface and could potentially be validated against the BB dye-staining patterns. Synthetic subsurface models are defined by specifying distributions of electrical conductivity, as well as dielectric permittivity and magnetic permeability. The two-dimensional FDTD code uses a source pulse, which is the normalized first derivative of a Blackman—Harris window function Irving and Knight, Any type of synthetic model can be created and modeled using the code; however, the computation time increases with the complexity of the chosen subsurface characteristics and model discretization.

We created a synthetic geologic model of m depth and m width for Hjelm Heath based on Italian porrno girles measurements as well as soil samples extracted during installation of the TDR well at the field site Ladekarl et al. Dielectric permittivity values used in the model were calculated based on soil moisture measurements from the nearby TDR well. During a real forced infiltration experiment, changes in electrical conductivity are expected to occur, caused by both the added amount of water and the potentially different electrical conductivity of the infiltrated water compared with the incipient soil water.

Thus, the amplitude variations and attenuation of the modeled signal in the synthetic tests were not affected as much as during a true infiltration experiment. We chose simulation parameters closely resembling Dating profil manner ringkobing skjern real GPR equipment used in the field experiment. The signal had a center frequency of MHz, the spacing between the transmitter and receiver was set to 0. The model discretization was 0. To recreate an infiltration event, we included a wetting front from 0 to 1. The middle of the infiltration was shaped like a 2-m-wide and 1-m-deep channel to simulate an unstable wetting front causing fingered flow Fig.

Because lateral flow was also likely to occur, another model containing a wedge-shaped area of increased moisture content was also created Fig. Synthetic GPR radargrams were calculated only for a 2-m-wide subsection of the model, which is marked in Fig. We assumed the spatial variability of moisture content and thus the dielectric permittivity to vary within each layer. Spatial variability was added to the input dielectric permittivity model as normally distributed and spatially uncorrelated random noise with standard deviations of 0.

This amount of random noise corresponds to heterogeneity in the moisture content of up to 1. Figures 2B to 2D and 3B to 3D show the variation in dielectric constant with depth for the three input models. We see how the change in dielectric constant, and thus in moisture content, becomes more diffuse when more heterogeneity is added. It should be noted that all the synthetic analyses in this study were made using a two-dimensional code, the underlying assumption being that the constructed subsurface models continue indefinitely perpendicular to the presented image.

Wave scattering is expected to increase in true three-dimensional environments, and consequently the findings presented here are therefore perhaps overly optimistic, yet they give an indication of what changes we can expect to observe. Results Figures 2E to 2G show the resulting synthetic radargrams that contain increasing degrees of heterogeneity within the subsurface for models with a channel-shaped increase in moisture content. If the subsurface is assumed not to be subject to internal variation in moisture content within each layer, the resulting synthetic radargram for the infiltration finger will show a distinct bowtie structure arising from its channel-like shape cf.

This effect can be seen in Fig. Likewise, the wedge causes diffraction hyperbolas along its bottom Fig. With the addition of more heterogeneity, the bowtie became more diffuse Fig. The larger heterogeneity also made the deeper reflections harder to recognize. Figures 3F and 3G show the resulting synthetic radargrams that contain increasing degrees of heterogeneity within the subsurface for models with a wedge-shaped increase in moisture content. Even with a low amount of added heterogeneity, the extent and shape of the wedge becomes hard to distinguish, and as the heterogeneity increases, the wedge disappears almost completely.

For the infiltration finger, we observed delays of up to 2 ns and a changed dip of deeper reflections due to the increase in moisture content in the top of the model marked with a dotted arrow in Fig. Even with strong heterogeneity that blurred the shape of the water front, these effects did not disappear and can thus provide information about the infiltration, even in cases where the direct effect cannot be seen. It can also be seen that the parts of the deeper reflections that were affected by the increase in moisture content in the infiltration finger had a greater lateral extent than the actual finger. This was due to the radiation pattern and Fresnel resolution of the signal and means that changes in the radargrams at depth are likely to represent actual changes on a smaller scale at shallower depths.

The increase in moisture content of 0. Based on the results of the numerical modeling, we expect to be able to delineate the bulk changes in moisture content arising from a forced infiltration experiment using reflection GPR. In the case of a moisture content increase in large coherent volumes of the subsurface, it should be possible to see attenuation of the signal in the wet areas not shown. The type of information that can be achieved through the GPR data is, however, dependent on the amount of heterogeneity in the subsurface. Sedimentary Structures The main excavation was a trench dug to a maximum depth of 2.

Only one side of the excavation was kept as a vertical profile, which can be seen in its full length and depth in Fig. The top of the profile was approximately 45 cm below the soil surface due to the removal of the topsoil and hard pan at the site. Figure 5 shows details from both vertical profiles as well as horizontal excavations. The vertical profile reveals that the uppermost subsurface at Hjelm Heath consists of several different sedimentary packages of sand with varying grain sizes and structures. This concurs with grain size analysis results from the field site reported by Ladekarl et al. These deeper root remnants are characterized by having black, hardened centers and are up to 5 cm in diameter.

Because the active root zone only extends to 0. This process is known as redoximorphism Jacobs et al. As such, this horizon is expected to have originated from the time around the last glaciation, when permafrost forced the groundwater upward during the winter Jacobs et al. Due to redoximorphism, Fe precipitates, seen as orange nodules, are much more prevalent below the horizon than above. Around the 2-m depth, there is a transition from planar to cross-bedded sediments as well as a decrease in grain size. The interface between the two sedimentary packages dips toward the northwest; this is best seen in Fig. Dye-Staining Patterns Dye-staining patterns arising from the infiltration experiment can be seen in Fig.

Note that the edges of the profile have not experienced infiltration.

We observed that the top 1 m of the profile below the infiltrated area was almost entirely blue due to dye staining, although areas pdofil within the top 1 m where bypass flow had occurred, ringkobiing in Fig. Pornchat israel the 1-m depth, the ringkobong pattern became more irregular and uniform matrix flow appeared to no longer be the dominant flow process. In the middle of the profile, we observed three large flow fingers Fig. The fingers had a maximum width of 0. Sedimentary structures within the large fingers did not reveal any variation that would make them more mznner to water flow; however, they appeared to initiate at the Japanese home nude depth as the redoximorphic horizon.

The precipitates probably prevented flow across sections of the prifil, causing the infiltrating water to break through prfoil few permeable windows, forming infiltration fingers. Toward the edges skjegn the infiltration area, water had infiltrated laterally to the sides Fig. Detailed inspection of skjren dye-staining patterns revealed that BB-stained water had moved along small sedimentary or structural boundaries in the layered sediments. The irregularity of water flow was in part initiated by grain size differences in the sand acting as small capillary barriers, as illustrated in Fig. Small-scale flow along horizontal or dipping boundaries between changing lithologies, as well as diffusive flow, can thus be responsible for transport of water out of the infiltration area.

With the purpose of investigating the three-dimensional nature of the infiltration patterns, we removed 0. The 1-m-wide ringkoing 2-m-high Singel dating r?dovre can be seen in Fig. Dating profil manner ringkobing skjern Blue dye staining in the top 1 m of this profile was less coherent compared with Fig. The large unstained or bypassed area in the top of the profile was caused by the presence of an ancient root Fig. In the horizontal view, some of the ancient roots appeared as circular black Datong with a periphery of undyed sand around them, suggesting hardening of the surrounding sand due to precipitation of organic matter see Fig.

Although the black root remnant in Fig. Isolated patches of dyed sand were found in numerous places in Datnig profile Tasteful pregnant nudes Fig. Notice also that the three large infiltration fingers seen in the main profile Fig. Rather, there is one large wide infiltration path to the right, which seems to extend below the depth of the excavation. The bypass of large areas at the top of the profile caused unstable flow, disrupting homogeneous infiltration. This was ringkkbing accentuated by the slightly hardened redoximorphic horizon that created infiltration fingers.

A two-dimensional migration velocity of 0. The preinfiltration GPR lines show the same overall distribution of reflections in the subsurface, which can be divided into three sections. The top section consists of parallel reflections dipping slightly toward the southeast, which corresponds to the planar bedding found in the top 2 m of the excavated profile. Below the parallel reflections, we find a more heterogeneous collection of less continuous reflections, with several distinct dipping reflections across the entire profile Section 2. In the unprocessed data, this feature appears as a bowtie c. Yilmazyet in the migrated lines it resembles several generations of a buried river channel.

Due to the short length of each line, however, it is generally difficult to determine what this relatively deep feature really is. Several reflections can be recognized with a high degree of connectivity throughout the entire data set. From Section 3 and below, the reflections become less pronounced and the radargrams are mostly dominated by multiples and noise. The last horizontal reflection in the bottom of Section 1 appears to fit the interface between the two textures of sand seen in the excavation at approximately the 2-m depth Fig.

Figures 6B and 6D show the raw and migrated post-infiltration GPR Line 44, respectively, and also here we see that it is possible to distinguish the three sections. Five reflections have been marked in both the pre- and post-infiltration radargrams Fig. Furthermore, the outline of the dyed area in the main excavation has been superimposed onto the post-infiltration radargram. Ground Penetrating Radar Signal Changes An important observation in comparing unmigrated radargrams from before and after infiltration is that no new diffraction features are apparent after infiltration Fig.

We would expect large contrasts in moisture content to create diffractions and disturb the image of the subsurface following the synthetic analyses described above. Since we can clearly recognize reflections at depth after infiltration, this is not the case. A closer look at the single traces of each radargram reveals that amplitudes for traces affected by infiltration are diminished after infiltration while traces from outside the infiltration area do not show the same tendencies. On several traces, especially the ones inside the infiltration area, the two data sets differ somewhat at the very top, i.

This could be attributed to minor changes in the surface characteristics. To collect the GPR data sets during infiltration, it was necessary to walk within the experimental area, which probably affected the uppermost sediments. Furthermore, the surface was raked during infiltration, which surely disturbed the top few centimeters of sand. These effects, as well as the minor uncertainty accompanied by repositioning the GPR equipment along the slides can probably explain the difference in signals at shallow depths. Inspection of GPR lines from within the infiltration area reveals that some reflections toward the middle changed and are less coherent and pronounced after infiltration.

An example of this is pointed out in Fig. Also, the signal around Reflection 4 in the middle of the radargram appears to have become attenuated after infiltration Fig. Both of these effects were probably due to the presence of infiltrated water. Below Reflection 3 at approximately the 2. It is best seen in the unmigrated data, Fig. This could be attributed to ponding of water on one side of a geologic boundary, thus causing the reflection coefficient to increase due to the higher contrast in GPR velocity between the two media. Similar observations were not as pronounced in lines outside the infiltration area, which further indicates that the observed changes were caused by the infiltrated water.

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