Aims and scope
Near Surface Geophysics is an international journal for the publication of research and development in geophysics applied to near surface. It places emphasis on geological, hydrogeological, geotechnical, environmental, engineering, mining, archaeological, agricultural and other applications of geophysics as well as physical soil and rock properties. Geophysical and geoscientific case histories with innovative use of geophysical techniques are welcome, which may include improvements on instrumentation, measurements, data acquisition and processing, modelling, inversion, interpretation, project management and multidisciplinary use. The papers should also be understandable to those who use geophysical data but are not necessarily geophysicists.
Impact Factor 2016: 1.293
Near Surface Geophysics is indexed/abstracted in the Current Contents/ Physical, Chemical & Earth Sciences , ISI Alerting Service and Science Citation Index Expanded .
Near Surface Geophysics is published 6 times a year.
EAGE-HAGI 1st Asia Pacific Meeting on Near Surface Geoscience & Engineering 2018
First Near Surface Geoscience & Engineering event in Indonesia
The Indonesian Association of Geophysicists (HAGI) and the European Association of Geoscientsts & Engineers (EAGE) are excited to announce that the Near Surface Geoscience event is coming to Asia for the first time.
Submit your abstract for oral and poster presentations today and present your ideas and research work to like-minded near surface geosciences audience. Under the theme "Geosciences and Technology for Our Communities", contributions are invited on the whole spectrum of near surface geoscience methods and applications ranging from geotechnical, geohazards to archaeology and geotourism.
This first Near Surface Geoscience & Engineering event is taking place in Yogyakarta, Indonesia, on 11-12 April 2018. More information? Please visit: https://goo.gl/u3rspx.
NSG Special Issue on 'Urban geophysics: New Developments and Research Trends'
NSG Special Issue publication: June 2018
Early online publication: Accepted papers early online after galley proof
Beatriz Benjumea. Cartographic and Geological Institute of Catalonia. firstname.lastname@example.org
Juan Jose Galiana-Merino, 'Dept. Physics, Systems Engineering and Signal Theory, University of Alicante, email@example.com
Torleif Dahlin, Engineering Geology, Lund University, firstname.lastname@example.org