Special Issue "Advances in Applied Geophysics"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: 31 December 2021.
Interests: geophysics; earth physics; seismology; applied geophysics
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Interests: geophysics; space applications in geophysics; satellite geodesy (GNSS); satellite interferometry
In the context of the increasing demand for knowledge of the physical properties of the Earth’s crust with geophysical measurements, the development of new approaches for the characterization of the Earth’s crust is a crucial issue.
The focus of this Special Issue of applied sciences is seismic and electromagnetic exploration, magnetotellurics, archeogeophysics, petrophysics, inversion techniques, satellite techniques to study the Earth’s surface, and instrument development, as applied to support our image of the Earth’s crust. In addition, during the two last decades, the use of geophysical techniques for addressing environmental, engineering, and hydrogeological issues has developed significantly, since geophysical prospection can provide additional and fine information about the underground medium.
This Special Issue aims to bring together the most recent works on the application of geophysical methods for the imaging of the Earth’s crust along with the possible environmental, engineering, and hydrogeological applications, for the fine characterization of the near surface structure.
Without being exhaustive, the concerned methods are seismics, electromagnetics (e.g., magnetotellurics, time–domain electromagnetics, radar), active electrical methods (e.g., electrical resistivity tomography and induced polarization) or passive electrical methods (spontaneous potential), nuclear magnetic resonance, and even microgravimetry. Contributions focusing on the petrophysical laws, along with the application of modern satellite technique, such as satellite geodesy, interferometry, gravity etc., which may be combined with classical geophysical and seismological methods for the solution of geophysical problems are also welcome.
Prof. Dr. Filippos Vallianatos
Dr. Vassilis Sakkas
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- geophysical imaging
- earth’s crust
- electrical methods
- environmental and engineering geophysics
- satellite techniques