Many cemetery operators are faced with limited space and a growing demand for burial plots. Some have chosen to install mausoleums as a mechanism to address this need. Unfortunately, documentation of plot locations can be limited on older portions of cemeteries, thus limiting development of the property. Few methods other than digging or probing can identify grave sites, except for imaging the subsurface through non-intrusive ground penetrating radar (GPR). Further, GPR is also quick and inexpensive, since approximately an acre per day can be imaged.
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