Geo-electromagnetic research aids geo-hazard mitigation
Article first published online: 3 JUN 2011
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Eos, Transactions American Geophysical Union
Volume 83, Issue 11, page 119, 12 March 2002
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Some 100 Earth scientists from nine different nations recently gathered in Lerici, Italy; for the Second International Workshop on Geo-Electro-Magnetism. While this was not a thematic meeting, most of the 40 papers presented focused on applications of electromagnetic methods to natural or man-made hazards such as known faults, seismically active regions, volcanoes, landslides, andenvironmental or civil engineering problems. Anomaly and main field studies, both field investigations and theoretical techniques, were also well represented.