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The state of the science and vision of the future: Report from the Hydrogeophysics Workshop
Knight, Rosemary [> >]
Cannia, James [> >]
Doetsch, Joseph [> >]
Fleming, John [> >]
Grimm, Bob [> >]
Heinze, Dan [> >]
Hobza, Chris [> >]
Huisman, Johan A. [> >]
Irving, James [> >]
Kemna, Andreas [> >]
Menghini, Antonio [> >]
Minsley, Burke [> >]
Moysey, Stephen [> >]
Nguyen, Frederic [Université de Liège - ULiège > > >]
Nyquist, Jonathan [> >]
Parsekian, Andrew [> >]
Rucker, Dale [> >]
Singha, Kamini [> >]
Smith, Bruce [> >]
Kruk, Jan Van Der [> >]
Leading Edge
American College of Physician Executives
[en] In July 2012, 72 hydrogeophysicists from around the world gathered at the Hydrogeophysics Workshop in Boise, Idaho, USA. This was the first workshop to be jointly sponsored by the Society of Exploration Geophysicists (SEG) and the American Geophysical Union (AGU), and brought together members from both societies, primarily from the Near-Surface Geophysics Section of SEG and the Near-Surface Focus Group and Hydrology Section of AGU. The intent of the workshop was to address current hydrogeophysical approaches for determining, predicting, and studying hydrologic properties and processes in both the saturated and unsaturated zones, at scales ranging from centimeters to watersheds.

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