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A ground penetrating radar (GPR) survey was used to image the fluvial architecture within a buried paleovalley at Maple Creek, Guyana. The survey was part of a larger study of the stratigraphy and organization of fluvial elements within the valley fill. The survey consisted of 44 km of 50 and 100 MHz GPR profiles collected in a grid pattern. The 100 MHz antennae were used where depth to bedrock was less than 20 m, and the 50 MHz antennae were used where depth to bedrock exceeded 20 m. The survey grid consisted of 28 east-west–trending transects and 6 north-south–trending transects....

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