The three day meeting will consist of oral and poster presentation that share advancements and applications of airborne geophysics for ground water, mineral, petroleum, geotechnical and hazards investigations.
The development and application of airborne geophysics is rapidly accelerating. Airborne methods are increasingly used for groundwater assessment, natural resource exploration and large-scale geotechnical investigations. The workshop will provide a venue for participants to learn about new instrumentation, interpretation software, and applications of Airborne methods to solve diverse real- world problems.
We welcome contributions within all aspects of airborne geophysics, including hardware and software development and case-history applications to solve societal problems including aquifer assessment, natural resource, geotechnical and hazard investigations.
Because wide-spread use of airborne methods requires an expanded pool of technically skilled hydrologists, geologists, geophysicists, and engineers, several short courses focusing on technical and application aspects of Airborne Geophysics will be held prior to the workshop.