Soil & Groundwater Magazines & Journals

  • Sustainability: Science, Practice, & Policy

    Sustainability: Science, Practice, & Policy (SSPP) is a peer-reviewed, open-access journal that provides a platform for the dissemination of new practices and for dialogue emerging out of the field of sustainability. The e-Journal fills a gap in the literature by establishing a forum for cross-disciplinary discussion of empirical science as well ...

  • Waste Management World

    'Waste Management World”, ISWA’s official newsmagazine is published by ISWA and PennWell, UK, 6 times a year. One issue a year will incorporate the International Directory of Solid Waste Management with a listing of ISWA Members as well as a classified listing of waste management ...

  • Water Environment & Technology (WE&T)

    Water Environment & Technology (WE&T) is the premier magazine for the water quality field. WE&T provides information on what professionals demand: cutting-edge technologies, innovative solutions, operations and maintenance, regulatory and legislative impacts, and professional ...

  • Crosshole seismic inversion with normalized full‐waveform amplitude data

    We investigate a simple scheme for full‐waveform amplitude spectrum inversion of crosshole seismic data with an unknown source wavelet. The method is based on our 2D/2.5D finite‐element method of acoustic‐wave modeling. The normalized amplitude data, defined as the spectral ratio of the original trace amplitude to the average amplitude for the ...

  • A numerical comparison of 2D resistivity imaging with ten electrode arrays

    This paper compares the resolution and efficiency of 2D resistivity imaging survey with eight electrode arrays by numerical simulations. The arrays analysed include the pole-pole (PP), pole-dipole (PD), pole-bipole (PB), Wenner- a (WN), Schlumberger (SC), dipole-dipole ...

  • Environmental Science: Nano

    NEW JOURNAL LAUNCHING 2014Environmental Science: Nano will be a comprehensive source of information on nanomaterial interactions with biological and environmental systems.Sustainable nanotechnology requires the understanding of how nanomaterials enter, migrate and undergo transformations as they move through various environmental and biological ...

  • International Journal of Library Science

    International Journal of Library ScienceThe main aim of the International Journal of Library Science (ISSN 0975 – 7546) is to publish refereed, well-written original research articles, and studies that describe the latest research and developments in the area of library Science and information. This is a broad-based journal covering all area of ...

  • International Journal of Emergency Management (IJEM)

    The IJEM is a refereed international journal published to address contingencies and emergencies as well as crisis and disaster management. Coverage includes the issues associated with: storms and flooding; nuclear power accidents; ferry, air and rail accidents; computer viruses; earthquakes ...

  • Sustainability: Science, Practice, & Policy

    Sustainability: Science, Practice, & Policy (SSPP) is a peer-reviewed, open-access journal that provides a platform for the dissemination of new practices and for dialogue emerging out of the field of sustainability. The e-Journal fills a gap in the literature by establishing a forum for cross-disciplinary discussion of empirical science as well ...

  • Water Engineering Australia

    The magazine covers all issues related to water engineering, including supply, use, management, treatment, recycling and drainage. It is published 6 times a year (March, April, June, July, September and October).Water Engineering Australia is a new communication service for all engineers involved in the water industry. It includes a printed news ...

  • Gas Oil & Mining Contractor (GOMC) Magazine

    GOMC serves those who maintain, service, and support land-based gas, oil and mining operations throughout North America with temporary services, transport, disposal, set-up, and ...

  • Kinematic inversion of seismic waves in an arbitrary anisotropic background medium

    Traditional kinematic inversion of seismic body waves in anisotropic media uses the 'weak anisotropy' assumption and the eigenvectors of the Christoffel equation. This gives rise to a linearised inversion approach which may encounter a singularity problem with the two quasi-shear waves. This paper presents a new iterative, nonlinear kinematic ...

  • 2.5D modelling of elastic waves in transversely isotropic media using the spectral element method

    The spectral-element method provides an accurate alternative to the finite-element method for modelling elastic waves in anisotropic media. With the aim of reducing the high computational overheads of 3D modelling, we have implemented 2.5D spectral-element modelling of elastic waves, initially for vertically transversely isotropic media, and then ...

  • Mine Water and the Environment

    Mine Water and the Environment welcomes original contributions that address either technical questions or practical issues related to the evaluation, prediction, prevention, or control of water problems at mining operations or their impact on the environment. The journal and its audience is interdisciplinary. Manuscripts should convey new ...

  • Population Ecology

    Population Ecology publishes original research articles and reviews on various aspects of population ecology, from the individual to the community level. Among the specific fields included are population dynamics and distribution, evolutionary ecology, ecological genetics, theoretical models, conservation biology, agroecosystem studies, and ...

  • A new kinematic method for mapping seismic reflectors

    This paper presents a modern version of an old technique of common tangent reflection migration. Rather than using the graphical method of swinging arcs and looking for the envelope of touching tangents on widely separated geophones, we use a numerical scheme of searching along each isochron, constructed by a wave‐equation‐based modeling scheme ...

  • On the computation of the Fréchet derivatives for seismic waveform inversion in 3D general anisotropic, heterogeneous media

    We present a perturbation method and a matrix method for formulating the explicit Fréchet derivatives for seismic body-wave waveform inversion in 3D general anisotropic, heterogeneous media. Theoretically, the two methods yield the same explicit formula valid for any class of anisotropy and are completely equivalent if the model parameterization ...

  • Computing the Sensitivity Kernels for 2.5-D Seismic Waveform Inversion in Heterogeneous, Anisotropic Media

    2.5-D modeling and inversion techniques are much closer to reality than the simple and traditional 2-D seismic wave modeling and inversion. The sensitivity kernels required in full waveform seismic tomographic inversion are the Fréchet derivatives of the displacement vector with respect to the independent anisotropic model parameters of the ...

  • Drain Trader Magazine

    A monthly, subscription only magazine for the drainage industry. Unlike other publications, our magazine caters for the entire industry. Each issue is full of industry news, product innovation, environmental issues, trenchless news and much more. Whatever your area of expertise, we want to hear from ...

  • Environmental Forensics

    Environmental Forensics provides a forum for scientific investigations that address environmental contamination which is subject to law court, arbitration, public debate, or formal argumentation and is subject to the basic science that serves as underpinnings to those activities. Journal subject matter encompasses all aspects of contamination ...

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