Soil & Groundwater Magazines & Journals

  • AWE International

    AWE International is the only A4 glossy magazine that reports to Europe and the Middle East on matters relevant to the environmental analysis industry. Published in March, June, September and December/January each issue contains legislation updates for the whole of Europe and the Middle East, in-depth articles written by respected authorities ...

  • Re/Views in Environmental Science and Bio/Technology

    The areas of environmental science and environmental (bio)technology are broad, multidisciplinary, fast growing and extremely active. During the last twenty years, an overwhelming amount of data has become available and a panoply of discoveries has been made. It is almost impossible to keep up to date on current developments in these areas. ...

  • Biotechnology Journal

    Biotechnology Journal is the new, international resource for both biotechnology researchers and professionals in related disciplines. Special attention is given to novel aspects and methods as well as healthcare, nutrition and technology, but also to the public, legal, ethical and cultural aspects of biotechnological ...

  • World Water & Environmental Engineering

    Stay in touch with the global water information leader, World Water. No other publication gives you a better opportunity to learn, connect, buy, and sell in the global water market. World Water covers the full spectrum of water issues including groundwater, desalination, wastewater, and sludge ...

  • Land Contamination & Reclamation

    A quarterly peer reviewed journal covering risk assessment, investigation, containment systems, treatment technologies, natural attenuation and monitoring. Also features legislation, policy and communication ...

  • An Adaptive Wavenumber Sampling Strategy for 2.5D Seismic-Wave Modeling in the Frequency Domain

    Simulation of seismic waves from a 3D point-source in a 2D medium may be performed in the frequency-wavenumber domain (called 2.5D modelling). It involves computing the Fourier-transformed Green's function for a number of frequency (ω) and strike direction wavenumber (ky) values and doubly inverse transforming to convert to the traveltime and ...

  • Rapid 2-D/3-D crosshole resistivity imaging using the analytic sensitivity function

    We develop a method to obtain 2-D/3-D resistivity images for crosshole dc electric measurements. This imaging procedure consists of two steps: (1) an approximate resistivity image is obtained using a simple projection based on the analytic form of the sensitivity function for the specified electrode array and a modified version of an inversion ...

  • A synthetic study on crosshole resistivity imaging using different electrode arrays

    By means of numerical simulations, the possibilities of crosshole resistivity imaging with different survey geometries are investigated for three- and four-electrode arrays. The sensitivity variation for the different arrays and the effectiveness in crosshole resistivity imaging with such data are examined. A comparative analysis was carried out ...

  • Composite boundary‐valued solution of the 2.5-D Green’s function for arbitrary acoustic media

    Theoretically, the Green’s function can be used to calculate the wavefield response of a specified source and the Fréchet derivative with respect to the model parameters for crosshole seismic full‐waveform inversion. In this paper, we apply the finite‐element method to numerically compute the 2.5-D Green’s function for an arbitrary acoustic medium ...

  • A new method for crosswell reflector imaging

    Imaging seismic reflectors with crosshole and VSP tomographic data is only occasionally carried out using Kirchhoff-style migration schemes. We introduce a new kinematic method here for tomographically imaging reflectors. The scheme first picks up traveltimes of each reflected event from common-shot gather tomographic data. It then uses the picked ...

  • Geo-Marine Letters

    Geo-Marine Letters is an international peer reviewed journal focussing on the rapid publication of concise original studies and reviews dealing with processes, products and techniques in marine geology, geophysics, and ...

  • Seismic refraction mapping of fracture swarms in the Western Coalfield of New South Wales, Australia

    The Western Coalfield of New SouthWales, Australiais situated approximately 150 km northwest of Sydney along the western margin of the Sydney Basin. Mining is carried out under the Blue Mountains Plateau, which reaches a maximum elevation of 1100m and is heavily dissected. The main producing seams are the Katoomba and Lithgow seams. They have been ...

  • Crosshole acoustic velocity imaging with full-waveform spectral data: 2.5-D numerical simulations

    This paper focuses on the question of full-waveform inversion and the use of crosshole full-waveform spectral data. We examine the differences in effectiveness of each form of data (real, imaginary, amplitude, phase and Hartley spectra) and determine which is best for imaging the velocity distribution. By 2.5-D numerical simulation for three ...

  • Resources, Conservation and Recycling

    The Editors welcome contributions from research, which consider all aspects of resource management, particularly with regard to conservation and sustainability objectives. The journal emphasizes the transformation processes involved in a transition toward more sustainable production and consumption systems. Emphasis is upon technological, ...

  • Aquatic Geochemistry

    Aquatic Geochemistry provides a medium for the publication of original studies broadly relating to the geochemistry of natural waters and their interactions with rocks and minerals under relatively near Earth-surface conditions. Theoretical, experimental, and modelling papers dealing with this subject area, as well as papers presenting ...

  • 3-D frequency-domain seismic wave modelling in heterogeneous, anisotropic media using a Gaussian quadrature grid approach

    We present an extension of the 3-D spectral element method (SEM), called the Gaussian quadrature grid (GQG) approach, to simulate in the frequency-domain seismic waves in 3-D heterogeneous anisotropic media involving a complex free-surface topography and/or sub-surface geometry. It differs from the conventional SEM in two ways. The first is the ...

  • Management of Environmental Quality - An International Journal

    Unique attributesTo examine in a deep and objective manner the various environmental factors and their impact on the overall quality of ecosystems and quality of life, to suggest possible remedies to environmental problems and to adopt an inter-disciplinary approach to the problem of managing the environment and upkeeping good quality standards, ...

  • International Journal of Tomography & Statistics

    International Journal of Tomography & StatisticsThe main aim of the International Journal of Tomography and Statistics (IJTS) is to publish refereed, well-written original research articles, and studies that describe the latest research and developments in computerized Tomography and Statistics. It also covers the many potential applications and ...

  • Climatic Change

    Climatic Change is dedicated to the totality of the problem of climatic variability and change - its descriptions, causes, implications and interactions among these. The purpose of the journal is to provide a means of exchange between those working on problems related to climatic variations but in different ...

  • Ecological Indicators

    The ultimate aim of Ecological Indicators is to integrate the monitoring and assessment of ecological and environmental indicators with management practices. The journal will provide a forum for the discussion of the applied scientific development and review of traditional indicator approaches as well as for theoretical, modelling and quantitative ...

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