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Basic Seismic Utilities (BSU) is software for engineering geophysics


All of the data on this web page are available for free download. Boise State University provides the data for the benefit of research and education in near-surface geophysics. The data are provided with no warranties of any kind, whether expressed or implied, by Boise State University. All users of the data assume all risks, including any and all risks of injury, harm, monetary and/or financial loss, and/or all claims arising directly or indirectly from the use of the data.

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Evidence of self-channelization of pyroclastic density currents revealed by ground-penetrating radar at Mt St Helens, Washington(.zip, 133MB)

Multi-offset radar data acquired over a conductive LNAPL plume at the Former Wurtsmith AFB, Michigan.

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