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Latest Issue of JEEG  Published
The June, Vol. 21.2, issue is available onlineJEEG wants your manuscripts: Details at Submit to JEEG.

Latest Issue FastTIMES Published
March, 2016, Vol. 21.1, Special Issue on the Application of Drone Technology for Geophysics (5.9 MB)


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Latest Journal of Environmental & Engineering Geophysics Published!

The latest issue of JEEG, 21.2, June, 2016 has been mailed and is available for viewing and download.  This issue includes Near Surface Geophysical Letters.  To access the online JEEG, click here.  To ensure you are receiving our notices of publication, be sure to update your profile, including your current email address.  Just log in to the web site with your Username and Password (if you have forgotten your log in information, click Login in the grey box - upper right-hand corner - and click the "Forgot your username?" or "Forgot your password?" to retrieve your information).  If you do not have a Username and Password, contact EEGS at staff@eegs.org. 

Invitation to participate in survey on the demand, rationale, and needs for a potential national facility for near-surface and "critical zone" geophysics

W. Steven Holbrook, Co-Director, Wyoming Center for Environmental Hydrology and Geophysics, has issued an invitation to take a short survey on the demand, rationale, and needs for a potential national facility for near-surface and "critical zone" geophysics.  NOTE:  this survey is not just for geophysicists!   Students and researchers who are not expert geophysicists but would like to have access to near-surface geophysical instrumentation, software, and expertise are invited to participate.  Click  https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1HiT4yfsuqElVczDP3lw5vwCMCR7Xq-AHQ4D2F_J8SBE/viewform to go directly to the survey.  For more information, contact Steve Holbrook steveh@uwyo.eduhttp://www.steveholbrook.com or (307) 766 2427 (voice).