Mapping anthropogenic fill with GPR for unmarked grave detection: A case study from a possible location of Mokare's grave, Albany, Western Australia
Geophysical techniques are a commonly used, non-invasive method for the location of unmarked graves. Contrary to popular perception, most studies rely not on directly imaging skeletal material but instead on locating the subsurface disturbance created by
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