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Abstract

Environmental geophysics is enjoying rapid growth in<br>the present socio-political climate of increasing<br>awareness of the effect of man’s past activities on the<br>environment. It deals with pressing issues attracting<br>public attention ranging from local-scale fluid-rock<br>changes to large-scale climatic changes caused by<br>natural processes and anthropogenic activities.<br>Realistic multi-dimensional imaging of contaminated<br>land, understanding fluid-rock interactions, optimal<br>data integration and remote prediction of flow and<br>subsoil composition are the pressing scientific issues<br>at the present time. Some suggestions are offered in<br>this paper for handling these challenging problems.

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2001-10-28
2021-12-05
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