Surveys in Geophysics
Surveys in Geophysics publishes refereed overview articles on physical, chemical and biological processes occurring within the Earth, on its surface, in its atmosphere and in the near-Earth space environment, including relations with other bodies in the solar system. Observations, their interpretation, theory and modeling are presented in relation to relevant disciplines in the Geosciences and related areas.Published articles present balanced and well constructed reviews of recent advances in areas of topical interest, written for the broad community of earth scientists in academia, government and industry. The subjects covered in Surveys in Geophysics comprise all aspects of the solid Earth, geodesy, oceans and atmosphere, meteorology and climate, hydrology, environmental issues, solar-terrestrial and space physics, plus the physics of the Moon and the terrestrial-type planets. The Managing Editor of Surveys in Geophysics is Michael J. Rycroft, CAESAR Consultancy, Cambridge, UK.
34 Volumes 152 Issues 959 Articles available from 1973 - 2013Browse Volumes & Issues
A Review of High-Performance Computational Strategies for Modeling and Imaging of Electromagnetic Induction Data
Gregory A. Newman (November 2013)
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- Surveys in Geophysics
- Volume 1 / 1973 - Volume 34 / 2013
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- Springer Netherlands
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