Jonathan Algeo, PhD
Jonathan Algeo, PhD
Geophysical Survey Systems, Inc.
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Early‐Time GPR: A method to monitor spatial variations in soil water content during irrigation in clay soils
J Algeo, RL Van Dam, L Slater
Vadose Zone Journal 15 (11), 1-9, 2016
A comparison of ground‐penetrating radar early‐time signal approaches for mapping changes in shallow soil water content
J Algeo, L Slater, A Binley, RL Van Dam, C Watts
Vadose Zone Journal 17 (1), 1-11, 2018
The GPR early-time method to measure water content of clay soils
RL Van Dam, J Algeo, L Slater
VII Simpósio Bras. Geofísica, 2016
The Effectiveness of Using GPR to Monitor Changes in Soil Water Content in Clayey Floodplain Soils Due to Rain Events Before Stream Modifications
Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs 44 (7), 75, 2012
Application of GPR Early-Time Signal Analysis for Mapping and Monitoring of Soil Moisture in the Shallow Vadose Zone
JT Algeo
Rutgers The State University of New Jersey, Graduate School-Newark, 2022
On the Effectiveness of GPR Early-time Analysis for Mapping Soil Water Content
RL Van Dam*, J Algeo, LD Slater, AM Binley, CW Watts
15th International Congress of the Brazilian Geophysical Society & EXPOGEF …, 2017
Determining the relative impact of electrical conductivity and dielectric permittivity on the GPR early-time signal
J Algeo, LD Slater, AM Binley, RL Van Dam, CW Watts
AGU Fall Meeting Abstracts 2016, H34A-05, 2016
Using GPR early-time amplitude analysis to monitor variations in soil water content at a clay-rich agricultural site in response to irrigation
J Algeo, R Van Dam, L Slater
EGU General Assembly Conference Abstracts 17, 4290, 2015
Student Zone: Rutgers University SEG Student Chapter explores geophysics locally and globally
G Osterman, J Algeo, N Terry
The Leading Edge 34 (3), 354-356, 2015
Monitoring Stormwater Redistribution Into Low Resistivity Soils Using Noninvasive Geophysical Techniques
J Algeo
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