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Advances in Modeling and Interpretation in Near Surface Geophysics


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Lingua: Inglese


Pubblicazione: 08/2021
Edizione: 1st ed. 2020


This book deals primarily with the aspects of advances in near surface geophysical data modeling, different interpretation techniques, new ideas and an integrated study to delineate the subsurface structures. It also involves the practical application of different geophysical methods to delineate the subsurface structures associated with mineral, groundwater exploration, subsurface contamination, hot springs, coal fire etc.
This book is specifically aimed with the state-of-art information regarding research  advances and new developments in these areas of study, coupled to extensive modeling and field investigations obtained from around the world. It is extremely enlightening for the research workers, scientists, faculty members and students, in Applied Geophysics, Near Surface Geophysics, Potential Field, Electrical and Electromagnetic Methods, Mathematical Modeling Techniques in Earth Sciences, as well as Environmental Geophysics.


Part One: Advances in Modeling, Inversion, Interpretations and New Methods.

Chapter 1. Joint Inversion of Airborne VLF-EM and magnetic data.

Chapter 2. How to deal with uncertainty in Inversion.

Chapter 3. Modeling Streaming potential in Porous Media, Description and Benefits of the effective excess charge approach.

Chapter 4. Integrated interpretation of airborne geophysical data.

Chapter 5. Advances in the electrical resistivity method for environmental and engineering problems.

Chapter 6. Global optimization algorithms for exploration geophysics: a review.

Chapter 7. On the electromagnetic scattering of objects of regular geometry: implications of near surface investigations.

Chapter 8. Application of gravity and self-potential new formula to mineral exploration.

Chapter 9. Role of Euler Deconvolution in near surface gravity and magnetic applications.

Chapter 10. Efficacy of Geophysical Methods to Delineate Thin Aquifers at Greater Depths.

Chapter 11. One and two dimensional problems in direct current resistivity domain.

Part Two: Field Studies.

Chapter 12 Geothermal potential and Circulation depth of thermal springs in the Hudai geothermal field of Sandikli basin (Afyon, Central Turkey) using geothermometry and heat flow data.

Chapter 13. Mineral discrimination by multi-frequency induced polarization: two case histories.

Chapter 14. Geoelectrical characterization of chumathang hot spring area.

Chapter 15. Application of three geophysical methods in sinkholes investigations: A case study of
Marghitas Karst Plateau, Banat Mountains, Romania.

Chapter 16. Integrated Geoelectrical and Hydrochemical investigation of Shallow Aquifers in Konkan Coastal Area, Maharashtra, India: Advanced Artificial Neural Networks based Simulation Approach.

Chapter 17. Heliborne TDEM (Time Domain Electromagnetic) Methods for Ground Water and Mineral Exploration.

Chapter 18. Ground Penetrating Radar (Under Water) for Condition Assessment of Stilling Basins.

Chapter 19. Geo-electrical imaging for geotechnical investigation: A case study.

Chapter 20. Applications of geophysical techniques in resolving the saline and fresh water interaction in the coastal region of India: A review for the past few decades. 


Arkoprovo Biswas is an Assistant Professor at Department of Geology, Institute of 
Science, Banaras Hindu University (BHU), Varanasi. Hereceived his B.Sc. (2002) in Geology
 from Presidency College, University of Calcutta, M.Sc. (2004) in Geological Science, 
M.Tech (2006) in Earth and Environmental Science from IIT Kharagpur, P. G. Diploma (2009) 
in Petroleum Exploration from Annamalai University. He joined Geostar Surveys India Pvt. 
Ltd as a Geophysicist in 2006 and later joined WesternGeco Electromagnetics, Schlumberger 
as an On Board Data Processing Field Engineer/Geophysicist in 2007 and served there till
 2008. In 2013 he received his Ph.D. in Exploration Geophysics from IIT Kharagpur. Later,
he joined the Department of Earth and Environmental Sciences, Indian Institute of Science
 Education and Research Bhopal as a Visiting Faculty in 2014 and completed his tenure in 
2015. He again joined Wadia Institute of Himalayan Geology (WIHG) Dehradun in 2016 as 
Research Associate and later he joined BHU on October 2017.His main Research Interest
 includes Near Surface Geophysics, Integrated Electrical and Electromagnetic Methods, 
Geophysical Inversion, Mineral and Groundwater Exploration and Subsurface contamination.
He has published several papers on theoretical modeling, inversion and application in 
practical geoscience problems in peer-reviewed international, national journals and book 
chapters. He is also a Life member of Indian Geophysical Union and an Active member of 
SEG (USA). He is also an Associate Editor of Journal of Earth System Sciences, Springer
 and reviewer of many international journals.

Shashi Prakash Sharma is a Professor at the Department of Geology and Geophysics, 
Indian Institute of Technology, Kharagpur, India. He graduated (1988) from Banaras 
Hindu University, Varanasi, and received a Ph.D. (1994) from the National Geophysical 
Research Institute, Hyderabad, India. He worked in the Rajasthan Groundwater Department 
from 1994 to 1996 and Oulu University, Finland, from 1996 to 1999 before joining IIT 
Kharagpur at 1999. His research interests include electrical and electromagnetic 
geophysics, joint inversion, global optimization, VLF Electromagnetics, integrated 
interpretation, and groundwater and mineral exploration. He received the Marie Curie
 fellowship for advanced research 2008–2009 at EotvosLorand Geophysical Research 
Institute, Budapest, Hungary. He was visiting Professor at University of Hokkaido, 
Japan in 2015. He is also active as editorial board member of national journals and 
reviewer of some international journals. He has published numerous papers on theoretical 
modeling, inversion and application in practical Geoscience problems in peer-reviewed 
international, national journals and book chapters. Till date, 7 students have been
 awarded PhD degrees under his supervision.

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Condizione: Nuovo
Collana: Springer Geophysics
Dimensioni: 235 x 155 mm Ø 775 gr
Formato: Brossura
Illustration Notes:62 Illustrations, black and white
Pagine Arabe: 414
Pagine Romane: xv

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