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Journal (Vol. 18 Issue 1) Available Online
The March issue of the Journal of Environmental and Engineering Geophysics (JEEG) is now available online. Members can access EEGS publications (JEEG and SAGEEP Proceedings) at Membership/Members Only/Online Research Collection. Click on the Literatum (platform) link to view the list of publications. (Members must be logged in to the EEGS web site to access the Members Only tab.)
EEGS Student Committee Invites Student Chapter Formation
Student Committee Chairman, Laura Sherrod, outlines the process to form a Student Chapter and calls for students and faculty advisors to review the benefits of EEGS Student Chapter activities.
Call for Presentations and Participation: Coastal Geophysics Workshop
The Near Surface Section of the Society of Exploration Geophysicists, with the support of EEGS and the AGU Near Surface Focus Group, is conducting a coastal geophysics workshop, "Near Surface Geophysics in the Dynamic Coastal Environment: Crossing the Land/Sea Interface" on Friday, September 27, 2013 at the SEG Annual Meeting in Houston, Texas USA. The deadline for expressing interest in presenting at this workshop is April 30, 2013. Requests for consideration should be sent to John Goff or Jeff Paine. Those who wish to attend but would rather not give a presentation should also contact the organizers.
News and Updates on the SEG-EEGS Merger Talks
Updates and answers to frequently asked questions about talks between EEGS and the SEG to form a new near surface entity are provided under About Us from the web page menu or from the Quick Links menu.
SAGEEP 2013 Technical Program Available for Viewing
The Technical Program schedule has been published. Details at SAGEEP 2013 / Program.
Geophysicists, engineers, geoscientists and end-users from around the world gathered in Denver, Colorado March 17-21, 2013 to meet, discuss near-surface applications of geophysics and learn about recent developments in near-surface geophysics.
Funding Available for Environmental Research and Development
The Department of Defense’s (DoD) Strategic Environmental Research and Development Program (SERDP) is seeking to fund environmental research and development proposals. SERDP also will be funding environmental research and development through the SERDP Exploratory Development (SEED) Solicitation. To learn more about these two funding opportunities click here.
Call for Papers
Special Issue of the Journal of Environmental and Engineering Geophysics: Time Domain Electromagnetics
The Journal of Environmental and Engineering Geophysics (JEEG) announces a Call for Papers for a special issue on Time Domain Electromagnetics. This issue is scheduled for publication in March 2014. The special issue editor is Antonio Menghini, Aarhus Geophysics, Denmark. Sponsorship of this issue is still open. For further information and how to submit, click here.
Frequently Asked Questions Answered
In September 2011, the Society of Exploration Geophysicists (SEG) and the Environmental and Engineering Geophysical Society (EEGS) began talks about a possible merger between the two organizations. Many relevant questions pertaining to the decision and their corresponding answers are found on the About Us/ SEG-EEGS Merger FAQ tab.
JEEG Wants Your Manuscripts!
The majority of EEGS members and readers of the Journal of Environmental and Engineering Geophysics (JEEG) are involved in interesting and innovative studies. Whether it is developing a new process or approach, modifying present applications, or applying a common technique in an innovative manner, the JEEG readership would like to know what YOU are doing. JEEG Editor, Janet Simms, is appealing to potential contributors to document their experiences and submit them to JEEG. She reminds everyone that with SAGEEP approaching, many will be attending the conference to give a presentation, or learn about new research, software, and hardware advancements. Colleagues will be discussing what they have been doing. "Put those discussions on paper and submit your work efforts to JEEG—let the world know what you are doing!" All SAGEEP attendees who are giving an oral or poster presentation should consider submitting their work to JEEG, which receives a much wider audience.
JEEG is an internationally recognized journal in geophysics, has an impact factor of 0.837 (2010), and is accessible through both SEG and EAGE libraries, and GeoScience World (GSW), a library database subscribed to by the majority of universities and colleges with a geoscience curriculum.
Information on submitting a manuscript to JEEG can be found at jeeg.allentrack.net.
Geophysics Careers - Newly Added: PhD Student Seeking Internship
A new listing has been added to the job opening announcements: Student seeking internship - use the "Geophysics Careers" link in the Quick Links box (right-hand panel) to learn more.
"Advances in Near-surface Seismology and Ground-penetrating Radar," Richard D. Miller, John H. Bradford, and Klaus Holliger, Editors
This book combines 29 referred papers that will be of interest to the researcher and practitioner alike. It is designed to bring together the best of the past decade, state-of-the-practice applications of today, and visions for the next decade. Special Student Pricing!
To place your order, simply print, complete and fax or mail the EEGS Publications Order Form to the EEGS business offices. Click here for an excerpt and the Table of Contents. To learn more about EEGS Publications, click here.
Latest Issue of FastTIMES
||Click here to read the latest issue. The current issue of FastTIMES features two geophysical techniques - seismoelectric and microgravity - that have become the focus of more research and development in recent years.
For the next issue of FastTIMES, technical articles and industry contributions on any near surface technique and their geophysical applications will be accepte
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), Barry Allred (email@example.com
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