Abstract

During the 2019–2020 school year, a high school student engaged in a science fair project that involved acquiring, processing, and interpreting geophysical data. The project used ground-penetrating radar (GPR) to identify response signatures of marked and unmarked grave sites in Fairlawn Cemetery in Stillwater, Oklahoma. During the investigation, the student was introduced to GPR acquisition equipment, seismic processing algorithms, and interpretation techniques. With the help of local university outreach and community mentors, the student was able to complete the science fair project with a positive outcome.

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