Delineating paleochannels using shallow seismic reflection
Miller, R.D., and J. Xia
A workshop examination of shallow seismic reflection surveying
Steeples, D.W., A.G. Green, T.V. McEvilly, R.D. Miller, W.E. Doll, and J.W. Rector
Near-surface velocity gradients and their effect on shallow reflection data (pdf)
Miller, R.D., and J. Xia
Delineation of salt dissolution sinkholes using minimal deployment shallow 3-D seismic reflection surveying (pdf)
Villella, A., J. Xia, and R.D. Miller
Estimation of shear wave velocity in a compressible Gibson half-space by inverting Rayleigh wave phase velocity (pdf)
Xia, J., R.D. Miller, and C.B. Park
Near-surface seismic imaging and reflectivity studies of the Melton Valley waste areas, Oak Ridge Reservation (pdf)
Carr, B.J., W.E. Doll, and R.D. Miller
Hydrogeologic facies characterization of an alluvial fan near Fresno, California, using geophysical techniques
Burow, K.R., G.S. Weissmann, R.D. Miller, and G. Placzek
Shallow high resolution seismic reflection to delineate upper 400 m around a collapse feature in central Kansas
Miller, R.D., A. Villella, and J. Xia
High resolution seismic reflection survey to map bedrock and glacial/fluvial layers in Fridley, Minnesota
Miller, R.D., and J. Xia
Comparison of seismic sources for imaging geologic structures on the Oak Ridge Reservation, Tennessee
Doll, W.E., R.D. Miller, and J. Xia
Summary report on surface-wave project at Kansas Geological Survey
Park, C.B., Miller, R.D., and Xia, J
Multi-channel analysis of surface waves (MASW)-“A summary report of technical aspects, experimental results, and perspective” 
Park, C.B., Miller, R.D., and Xia, J

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