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Abstract

Environmental Geophysics is defined by Steeples and Miller<br>(1993) as the use of geophysical measurements of part of the<br>earth to evaluate or remediate problems in the earth's<br>environment. A reveiw of environmental geophysical literature<br>shows a substantial pre-occupation with localities or targets<br>that will require future remediation. Greenhouse (1992)<br>comments that the term environmental geophysics is "not<br>descriptive so much of methodology or target as it is of a<br>context. It is usually practiced in association with<br>hydrogeology and hydrogeologists.

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1994-03-27
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