ImpDAR: an open-source impulse radar processor

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ImpDAR : an open-source impulse radar processor. / Lilien, David A.; Hills, Benjamin H.; Driscol, Joshua; Jacobel, Robert; Christianson, Knut.

I: Annals of Glaciology, Bind 61, Nr. 81, 29.06.2020, s. 114-123.

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Lilien, DA, Hills, BH, Driscol, J, Jacobel, R & Christianson, K 2020, 'ImpDAR: an open-source impulse radar processor', Annals of Glaciology, bind 61, nr. 81, s. 114-123. https://doi.org/10.1017/aog.2020.44

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Lilien, D. A., Hills, B. H., Driscol, J., Jacobel, R., & Christianson, K. (2020). ImpDAR: an open-source impulse radar processor. Annals of Glaciology, 61(81), 114-123. https://doi.org/10.1017/aog.2020.44

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Lilien DA, Hills BH, Driscol J, Jacobel R, Christianson K. ImpDAR: an open-source impulse radar processor. Annals of Glaciology. 2020 jun 29;61(81):114-123. https://doi.org/10.1017/aog.2020.44

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Lilien, David A. ; Hills, Benjamin H. ; Driscol, Joshua ; Jacobel, Robert ; Christianson, Knut. / ImpDAR : an open-source impulse radar processor. I: Annals of Glaciology. 2020 ; Bind 61, Nr. 81. s. 114-123.

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