• Facebook share
  • Linked In share
  • Twitter share
  • Instagram share

Webinar: Ground Penetrating Radar (presented by Texas UESI)

Loading Events

« All Events

Webinar: Ground Penetrating Radar (presented by Texas UESI)

March 28 @ 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM CDT


This session will cover Ground Penetrating Radar as a non-destructive, near-surface geophysical remote sensing tool. This presentation will cover theory, applications, advantages and limitations, and past project examples.


Luke Cooper, Geophysicist, Lina T. Ramey & Associates

An industry transplant from oil and gas to transportation and utilities, Luke has worked in seismic signal processing for 11 years and applied these skills to advance Ground Penetrating Radar (GPR) for 5 years at Utility Mapping Services, Inc. and Lina T. Ramey & Associates.  He has experience in both single and multi-channel units, the processing workflow, and anomaly identification.   As one of the first persons to apply multi-channel GPR nationally to multi-mile, 3D modelled utility projects, Luke has had the great opportunity to process and/or acquire 2D & 3D mapping projects spanning:

  • HART, HI: Light Rail Installation
  • Deadwood, SD: Historic Culvert Identification
  • LAX Airport: ITF West/ATF Expansion
  • FHWA SHRP2 Study: Custer Ave. Helena, MT
  • DFW Airport: Terminal A & C Site Clearances
  • Coastal Water Authority: Lake Houston Dam Void Study
  • Multiple Texas refineries
  • and many more


$10 for members, $25 for non-members, Free for Student Members or Life Members


March 28
12:00 PM - 1:00 PM CDT
Event Categories:
, ,


Texas Section
Texas UESI