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  1. Introduction to Applied Geophysics: Exploring the Shallow Subsurface by H. Robert Burger, Anne F. Sheehan, et all 2006-07-06
  2. Applied Geophysics by W. M. Telford, L. P. Geldart, et all 1990-10-26
  3. The Solid Earth: An Introduction to Global Geophysics by C. M. R. Fowler, 2004-12-20
  4. Environmental and Engineering Geophysics by Prem V. Sharma, 1997-12-13
  5. Paleoclimatology (Series on Geology and Geophysics, No. 18) by Thomas J. Crowley, Gerald R. North, 1996-04-04
  6. Field Geophysics (Geological Field Guide) by John Milsom, 2003-05-23
  7. 3D Seismic Imaging (Investigations in Geophysics No. 14) by Biondo L. Biondi, 2006-09-20
  8. Fundamentals of Geophysics by William Lowrie, 2007-10-22
  9. Handbook Of Geophysics In Archaeology (Equinox Handbooks in Anthropological Archaeology) by Alan J. Witten, 2006-09-01
  10. Electromagnetic Methods in Applied Geophysics:Vol.1, Theory (Investigations in Geophysics No.3) by Misac N. Nabighian, 1993-06
  11. Introduction to Applied and Environmental Geophysics by John M. Reynolds, 2010-10-30
  12. Whole Earth Geophysics: An Introductory Textbook for Geologists and Geophysicists by Robert J. Lillie, 1998-05-22
  13. Near-Surface Geophysics (Investigations in Geophysics No. 13) by Dwain K. Butler, 2005-11-01
  14. Fractals and Chaos in Geology and Geophysics by Donald L. Turcotte, 1997-07-13

1. Geophysics - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
geophysics, a branch of Earth sciences, is the study of the Earth by quantitative physical methods, especially by seismic, electromagnetic,
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Jump to: navigation search Geophysics , a branch of Earth sciences , is the study of the Earth by quantitative physical methods, especially by seismic electromagnetic , and radioactivity methods. The theories and techniques of geophysics are employed extensively in the planetary sciences in general. The field of geophysics includes the branches of:
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2. Geophysics
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Geophysics invites submission of manuscripts for consideration in its upcoming special sections. Full information about each call for papers is found in the links below. Submissions are made from Geophysics ’ Manuscript Central site. Please read the Instructions to Authors guidance before submitting manuscripts. 4D Gravity Monitoring
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Geophysics , published by SEG since 1936, is an archival journal encompassing all aspects of research, exploration, and education in applied geophysics. Its articles, generally more than 175 per year in six issues, cover the entire spectrum of geophysical methods, including seismology, potential fields, electromagnetics, and borehole measurements. Geophysics , a bimonthly, provides theoretical and mathematical tools needed to reproduce depicted work, encouraging further development and research. (

3. Department Of Geophysics, Stanford University
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    5. Geophysics On The Internet
    geophysics involves the application of physical laws and principles to a study of the Earth and other astronomical bodies. The Internet is a world wide
    Geophysics On The Internet Geophysics involves the application of physical laws and principles to a study of the Earth and other astronomical bodies. The Internet is a world wide collection of clients (your machine) and servers (computers which house potentially useful material). This page is dedicated to providing you access to the wealth of geophysical information on the Internet.
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    6. Geophysics Authors/titles Recent Submissions
    Subjects Chemical Physics (physics.chemph); geophysics (physics.geo-ph) Subjects Fluid Dynamics (physics.flu-dyn); geophysics (physics.geo-ph) physics physics.geo-ph
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    Title: A Macro-Element for Dynamic Soil-Structure Interaction Analyses of Shallow Foundations Authors: Charisis Chatzigogos (LMS), Alain Pecker (LMS), (LMS) Comments: Subjects: Geophysics (physics.geo-ph)
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    Title: Time-frequency analysis of Transitory/Permanent frequency decrease in civil engineering structures during earthquakes Authors: Clotaire Michel (LGIT), (LGIT, LCPC) Subjects: Geophysics (physics.geo-ph)
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    8. Earth And Space Sciences (Geology And Geophysics) At UW
    The Earth and Space Sciences at the University of Washington (formerly Geology and geophysics)
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    9. Geophysics
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    10. Department Of Geophysics Welcomes You
    CSM has one of North America s oldest geophysics programs and one of the world s foremost departments in applied geophysics.
    Welcome to the Web site of the CSM Department of Geophysics. The Geophysics Department is located in the Cecil H. and Ida Green Graduate and Professional Center on the Colorado School of Mines Campus in Golden, Colorado. Congratulations! Paul Sava honored with Reginald Fessenden Award at the September 2007 SEG meeting in San Antonio
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    12. Institute For Geophysics, Jackson School Of Geosciences, The University Of Texas
    Conducts geophysical investigations of the history, structure, and dynamics of the earth s crust and of earthquake phenomena.

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    13. Reviews Of Geophysics Geochemistry, geophysics, and Geosystems (G3)Electronic journal of the American Geophysical Union and the Geochemical Society, which publishes articles related to the physics and chemistry of the Earth
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    14. NOAA/NESDIS/NGDC/MGG-World Data Center For Marine Geology And Geophysics, Boulde
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    15. The International Union Of Geodesy And Geophysics (IUGG) | Union Geodesique Et G
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    17. University Of Minnesota - Department Of Geology And Geophysics
    NEWS FLASH geophysics program ranks high in Faculty Scholarly Productivity Index reported by Chronicle of Higher Education!
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    18. NMT Geophysics Program
    geophysics Open File Reports EES Home Geology/Geochemistry Hydrology geophysics Site Map Search. Last Updated December 21, 2007 by Webmaster.
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    20. IGPP - Cecil H. And Ida M. Green Institute Of Geophysics And Planetary Physics -
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