2020 SEG Workshop on Underground Water and Karst Imaging

28 August 2020 | Virtual Workshop

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About

28 August 2020
Virtual Workshop

Natural and engineering activities affect underground water systems, the most drastic changes from which may be observed in karsts. It is crucial to image the underground in order to evaluate many global challenges such as water pollution, flow path distribution, sinkhole development, soil moisture, water cycle system, etc. Geophysical methods offer a unique pathway to image the subsurface from the property differences. The goal of this workshop is to bring together new initiatives, methodologies, imaging approaches, and case studies toward understanding underground water and karst systems that lie within the subsurface critical zone. We encourage contributions from traditional and novel methodologies with applications improving the understanding and monitoring of underground water and karst systems.

Organizer

Society of Exploration Geophysicists (SEG)

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Who should attend?

  • Geophysicists
  • Geologists
  • Civil and geotechnical engineers and drillers
  • Hydrogeologists
  • Karstologists
  • Soil scientists

Registration Categories

Full Registration Fee (expires after 27 August 2020, 11:59 PM CST)
US$273 (Nonmembers) | US$213 (Members)
US$130 (Student nonmembers) | US$115 (Student members)

Refund/Cancellation Policies

Cancellations must be received via email to [email protected] before 27 August 2020 for a refund, minus the US$50.00 service fee. No refunds will be processed after this date. 

Call for Abstracts

Please submit your paper to [email protected]
Submission Deadline: 25 June 2020 (US Central Standard Time)

Technical Topics

Methods:

  • Active and passive seismic and microseismic in detection and monitoring
  • Natural and artificial electrical and electromagnetic methods
  • Potential field methods
  • Ground penetrating radar
  • Borehole logging, borehole to surface, and cross-borehole tomography
  • Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV) and remote sensing    
  • Artificial intelligence and machine learning
  • New technologies and instruments

Applications:

  • Geotechnical engineering
  • Hydrogeophysics and hydrogeology
  • Mining and tunneling with water safety
  • Coastal zone and saltwater intrusion
  • Agricultural, medical and biogeophysics
  • Sustainable development
  • Surface and in-holes fluid monitoring
  • Other related cases

Chair

  • Prof. Jun Lin, Jilin University, China

Technical Co-chairs

  • Prof. Yunyue Elita Li, National University of Singapore, Singapore
  • Prof. Sixin Liu, Jilin University, China
  • Prof. Rongyi Qian, China University of Geosciences (Beijing), China
  • Prof. Huaifeng Sun, Shandong University, China
  • Prof. Bin Xiong, Guilin University of Technology, China

Sponsorship Opportunities

To maximize exposure and visibility for our partners, we offer an array of unique sponsorship opportunities designed to suit a range of budgets with target specific audiences for optimum return on investment. To become a sponsor, contact [email protected] for additional information.

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Important Dates

Call for Abstracts closed:
25 June 2020

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