Thread: International Symposium on Deep Earth Exploration and Practices (Beijing, China 10/24-10/26 2018)

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*Dear Colleagues: *
DEEP-2018: International Symposium on DEEP Earth Exploration and Practices
will be held in Beijing, China from 24-26 October this year. The detailed
information about the meeting, online registration, abstract submission,
and financial support can be found at http://deep.sinoprobe.org/

We would in particular like to draw your attention to the session “Emerging
techniques for deep earth exploration". This session welcome contributions
from studying the interior of the earth using novel geophysics techniques
broadly defined. We hope you will submit an abstract, and share this
announcement with interested colleagues. As a reminder, *the deadline for
financial support applications is 1 August and abstract submissions is 1
September*.

Thank you,
Fan-Chi Lin (University of Utah)
Huajian Yao (University of Sciences and Technology of China)
Yaoguo Li (Colorado School of Mines)
Qingyun Di (Institute of Geology and Geophysics , CAS)
Changchun Yin (Jilin University)


*Session number:* 9
*Session Title:* Emerging techniques for deep earth exploration
*Session Description:* Geophysical techniques are important tools for
investigating the earth structures ranging from the near-surface to the
upper mantle. However, traditional geophysical techniques for the deep
earth encounter challenges due to weak signal, noise, limited depth of
exploration, low resolution at depth. Thus, to study the deep-earth
structures for exploration, monitoring and hazard assessment, advanced
geophysical techniques are needed. We invite submissions related to recent
developments in the exploration of deep-earth structures, mineral and oil
and gas exploration, detection and development of urban underground,
environment and natural hazard assessment, including but not limited to the
modeling, instrument development, survey design, data processing, and
inversion and interpretation. We also encourage case studies on the
application of geophysical techniques in these areas.
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Fan-Chi Lin
Assistant Professor
Geology and Geophysics
University of Utah
271 Frederick Albert Sutton Building
Salt Lake City, UT 84112
Phone: 801-581-4373
http://noise.earth.utah.edu

  • *Dear Colleagues: *
    This is a reminder that the deadline for abstract submission is 1 September
    for the DEEP-2018 International Symposium.

    DEEP-2018: International Symposium on DEEP Earth Exploration and Practices
    will be held in Beijing, China from 24-26 October this year. The detailed
    information about the meeting, online registration, abstract submission,
    and financial support can be found at http://deep.sinoprobe.org/
    <http://deep.sinoprobe.org/

    We would in particular like to draw your attention to *Session 9* *“Emerging
    techniques for deep earth exploration"*. This session welcome contributions
    from studying the interior of the earth using novel geophysics techniques
    broadly defined. We hope you will submit an abstract, and share this
    announcement with interested colleagues.

    Thank you,
    Fan-Chi Lin (University of Utah)
    Huajian Yao (University of Sciences and Technology of China)
    Yaoguo Li (Colorado School of Mines)
    Qingyun Di (Institute of Geology and Geophysics , CAS)
    Changchun Yin (Jilin University)


    *Session number:* 9
    *Session Title:* Emerging techniques for deep earth exploration
    *Session Description:* Geophysical techniques are important tools for
    investigating the earth structures ranging from the near-surface to the
    upper mantle. However, traditional geophysical techniques for the deep
    earth encounter challenges due to weak signal, noise, limited depth of
    exploration, low resolution at depth. Thus, to study the deep-earth
    structures for exploration, monitoring and hazard assessment, advanced
    geophysical techniques are needed. We invite submissions related to recent
    developments in the exploration of deep-earth structures, mineral and oil
    and gas exploration, detection and development of urban underground,
    environment and natural hazard assessment, including but not limited to the
    modeling, instrument development, survey design, data processing, and
    inversion and interpretation. We also encourage case studies on the
    application of geophysical techniques in these areas.

    Fan-Chi Lin
    Assistant Professor
    Geology and Geophysics
    University of Utah
    271 Frederick Albert Sutton Building
    Salt Lake City, UT 84112
    Phone: 801-581-4373
    http://noise.earth.utah.edu

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