Ilya V. Buynevich

1. Buynevich, I.V. and FitzGerald, D.M., 2001. Styles of coastal progradation revealed in subsurface records of paraglacial barriers, New England, USA. Journal of Coastal Research, SI 34, p. 194-208.

Paper #1 presents a model of coastal barrier progradation, modified from seismic reflection nomenclature to be applicable for describing GPR refection geometry.

 

2. Buynevich, I.V., FitzGerald, D.M., and Goble, R.J., 2007. A 1,500-year record of North Atlantic storm activity based on optically dated relict beach scarps. Geology, 35, 543-546.

Paper #2 uses one of the progradation styles described in the previous article (punctuated progradation) as a means of locating and dating buried erosional unconformities in sand-dominated coastal sequences, specifically due to georadar signal response to heavy-mineral concentrations (HMCs).

 

3. Buynevich, I.V., Bitinas, A., and Pupienis, D., 2007. Lithological anomalies in a relict coastal dune: geophysical and paleoenvironmental markers. Geophysical Research Letters, 34, L09707, doi:10.1029/2007GL029767.

Paper #3 focuses on aeolian HMCs as geophysical anomalies and sedimentological marker horizons with paleoenvironmental implications.

 

4. Buynevich, I.V., 2009. Taphonomic applications of georadar. Journal of Taphonomy, 7, 47-52.

Paper #4 addresses GPR applications in taphonomic research and is designed to acquaint taphonomists with the technique.

 

5. Buynevich, I.V., Jol, H.M., and FitzGerald, D.M., 2009. Coastal Environments. In: Jol, H.M. (ed.), GPR: Radar Theory and Applications. Elsevier, pp. 299-322.

Paper #5 summarizes GPR applications in coastal research, including the utilization of radar’s limitations when mapping saltwater intrusion and clay-rich paleo-lagoon sequences.

 

6. Buynevich, I.V., Souza Filho, P.W.M., Asp, N.E., 2010. Dune advance into a coastal forest, equatorial Brazil: a subsurface perspective. Aeolian Research, 2, 27-32.

Paper # 6 discusses icebed profiles of three glaciers in the Dry Valleys of Antarctica, and possible causes for the limited depth of the profiled stratigraphy.

 

6. Buynevich, I.V., Souza Filho, P.W.M., Asp, N.E., 2010. Dune advance into a coastal forest, equatorial Brazil: a subsurface perspective. Aeolian Research, 2, 27-32.

Paper #6 examines signal response of known point-source diffractions (buried vegetation) in aeolian settings that lack paleosols and reflection amplitude contrast between various subsurface features.

 

7. Buynevich, I.V., 2011. Buried tracks: ichnological applications of high-frequency georadar. Ichnos, 18, 189-191.

Paper #7 summarizes the few studies to date that address GPR applications in ichnological research and present high-frequency (2.3 GHz) images of laboratory experiments with buried tracks.