|Airborne Geophysical Survey Workshop|
A collection of papers covering the practical aspects of performing airborne magnetic , radiometric , and electromagnetic surveys.
A collection of papers on tectonic activity , atmospheric electricity , meteors , and unexplained natural phenomena.
|Application of Geophysical Methods to Highway Related Problems|
Provides highway engineers with a basic knowledge of geophysics and nondestructive test (ndt) methods for solving specific engineering problems during geotechnical site investigation , construction , and maintenance of highways.
|Astronomical and Geophysical Data Analysis Services|
Collects observations , analyzes , distributes and publishes information and data related to astronomy , geodesy , geophysics and allied sciences.
|EPA Dynamic Field Activities - Geophysical Methods|
Common geophysical methods used by the environmental protection agency at hazardous waste sites include: ground penetrating radar , seismic refraction , electromagnetics , and magnetometry. presents case studies and field-based analytical methods.
|Genetic algorithms in joint inversion|
Research discussing some of the advantages and disadvantages of using genetic algorithms for joint inversion of different geophysical datasets , particularly magnetotellurics and seismic receiver functions.
|Geophysical Exploration for Engineering and Environmental Investigations|
Manual describing the geophysical procedures commonly conducted by the army corps of engineers , used for engineering , geological and environmental investigations.
Research institute in new zealand specializing in earth systems , seismic data acquisition and processing , laboratory analysis , environmental and natural hazards risk analysis.
|Gravity Magnetic Glossary|
An introduction to the technical terminology used in potential fields , gravity and magenetics studies.
|GSC National Geomagnetism Program|
Contains resources of the geological survey of canada on the ever-changing magnetic field. includes a magnetic declination calculator and compass tutorial , and a database from canadian magnetic observatories.
|Introduction to Magnetotellurics|
A geophysical technique that uses naturally-occurring (or man-made) electromagnetic fields to probe the electrical conductivity structure of the earth.
Magnetotellurics (mt) is a geophysical method to study the distribution of electrical conductivity in the earth. article includes examples of recordings and resistivity ranges of standard rock types.
|Magnetotellurics MT: Technique, Interpretation, and Application|
A detailed article explaining the practical application of magnetotellurics. includes case studies to present processing and interpretation techniques.
|Michael Studinger's Homepage|
Geophysical and glaciological research on the antarctic continent with aerogeophysical methods.
An international electronic forum for the free exchange of knowledge , programs and data between scientists engaged in the study of the earth using electromagnetic methods , principally magnetotellurics.