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In order to investigate a subsoil for a potential impact of UXOs, it must be geophysically probed. TAUBER uses the geophysical methods

• Geomagnetics

• Electromagnetics (TDEM)

• Georadar (GPR)

All three methods have different advantages and limitations. The choice of the detection method is always adapted by TAUBER to the specific situation at site.

In principle, there are in the detection of a subsoil two different types of probes must be distinguished, irrespective of the choice of the geophysical method:

Surface Survey

In this non-destructive probing method, the ground is detected by measurements on the surface. This approach is particularly suitable for examining the upper 0 - 3 m, but under ideal conditions it can also yield results up to 6 m depth.

Borehole Survey

In this case, low-vibration drillings with a rotating screw are used to probe these drill holes subsequently geophysically. With this approach, all desired depth ranges can be investigated for suspicion of UXOs.