In this video, I explain how to convert a GPS- or TS-based GPR dataset into a “vector” dataset. This is useful for correcting for GPR antenna pitch, roll, tilt, and elevation changes due to surveying over undulating topography.
It is critical to beware that this function assumes your GPR antenna is always positioned at a constant height above the ground surface (or actually on the ground surface) during data collection. This method works well for cart-based systems, for example, but will not be suitable for datasets that were collected with drone-mounted GPR antennas.
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