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Photo Gallery of BG Research at Fridley, Minnesota

[Photo of borehole radar equipment being set up at Fridely, Minnesota.]

Borehole radar being set up at the Naval Industrial Reserve Ordinance Plant (NIROP), Fridley, Minnesota, field site.

[Photo of field house]

On-site field house where oil is stored prior to and during injection.

[Photo of of scientist pouring fluids into large tank]

Eric White (OGW, Branch of Geophysics) pouring ferrofluids into oil that is to be injected into the ground.

[Photo of scientists holding onto borehole antenna]

Eric White (OGW, Branch of Geophysics) and Peter Joesten (OGW, Branch of Geophysics) lower a borehole radar antenna into borehole.

[Photo of scientists workign radar equipment in boreholes]

Peter Joesten (OGW, Branch of Geophysics) (left, background) and Eric White (OGW, Branch of Geophysics) (right, foreground) conduct borehole radar survey.

[Photo of  of scientist holding radar cable and of radar antenna on the ground surface]

Chris Kochiss (OGW, Branch of Geophysics) holds radar receiver antenna in borehole during vertical radar profiling survey. Transmitter antenna is located on the ground surface in the foreground of the picture.

[Photo of scientist pulling radar cable, with oil splased onto protective clothing]

Chris Kochiss (OGW, Branch of Geophysics) lowers borehole radar antenna into well that was used for oil injection.

[Photo of scientists cleaning tool]

Alton Anderson (USGS NY District) and Dick Hodges (USGS Borehole Geophysics Research Project, Denver) prepare to conduct neutron logging in borehole at NIROP.

[Photo of scientists cleaning tool]

Alton Anderson (USGS NY District) and Dick Hodges (USGS Borehole Geophysics Research Project, Denver) clean neutron logging tool after conducting logging in boreholes at NIROP.

[Photo of scientist holding radar cable leading into borehole]

Peter Joesten (OGW, Branch of Geophysics) pulls radar cable to remove radar antenna from borehole.

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