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AGU-SEG Hydrogeophysics Workshop
July 24, 2017 - July 27, 2017
Imaging the Critical Zone. In this workshop, we will bring together hydrogeophysicists and other critical zone scientists to explore new ways to work together, using recent advances in hydrogeophysics to address key scientific questions about the critical zone. Specifically, we aim to bring together hydrogeophysicists and other critical zone scientists to inform and exchange ideas, identify the critical areas of future research to optimize the use of hydrogeophysics for critical zone science, and write a white paper identifying research focus areas for critical zone-geophysics
We invite abstracts for the four following sessions:
- Interfaces in the Critical Zone
- Hydro-bio-geo-chemical processes in the Critical Zone
- Critical Zone properties & rock physics
- Scaling of Critical Zone data to address science questions
Each session will begin with two invited talks – one hydrogeophysicist and one Critical Zone scientist. All other presentations will be as posters. Before the viewing of posters, there will be an oral session where each presenter has 3 minutes to introduce their poster. In order to encourage the exchange of ideas and development of new collaborations, we will have all lunches and one dinner together.
Abstract submission is open, and closes at midnight 23 February 2017, U.S. Eastern Standard Time. Notification of abstract acceptance and final program will be published on 22 March 2017.
Organised by American Geophysical Union and the Society for Exploration Geophysics.
IAH is actively involved with programs that provide a valuable forum for scientists and engineers who have a broad interest in global perspectives on groundwater resources and hydrogeological issues.
The USNC is affiliated with the National Ground Water Association (NGWA) and the Geological Society of America (GSA), as these organizations also have international groundwater science interests. The USNC holds meetings at annual events of these other organizations to encourage networking among USNC members and others who are interested in promoting international cooperation among hydrogeologists and others with an interest in groundwater. The USNC meets in the spring at the NGWA Ground Water Summit and in the fall at the GSA Annual Conference.
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