Inlet migration during the turning point between transgressive and regressive stages at the Guaratuba Holocene barrier, Paraná - Southern Brazil

Published: 12 December 2022| Version 1 | DOI: 10.17632/djwszrysdk.1
Marcelo Bogo, Maria Cristina Souza, Rodolfo Jose Angulo, Eduardo Barboza, Maria Luiza Rosa,
, shaiely fernandes, Augusto Ferreira-Jr


The dataset includes the raw GPR and DGPS data with shapefiles and vibrocore location.


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The GPR data were obtained with a GSSI™ (Geophysical Survey Systems, Inc.) SIR-3000 collector with a 200 MHz center frequency antenna, recording up to 12 m depth, coupled to a post-processed GNSS (Global Navigation Satellite System). The arrangement employed was Common Off-set, and frequency and gain filters were used during acquisition. The dielectric constant (10) chosen for the survey represents an average interval velocity of 0.09 m/ns. ). The field records were processed and interpreted using RADAN™ 6.6. and PRISM™ 2.6 softwares. At this stage bandpass filters (350 MHz for low frequencies and 100 MHz for high frequencies), Ormsby, and signal gain filters were applied.


Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul, Universidade Federal do Parana


Facies Analysis, Ground-Penetrating Radar, Environmental Geology