EUCOP2018 session reminder: Geophysical techniques in permafrost terrain

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EUCOP2018 session reminder: Geophysical techniques in permafrost terrain

HAUCK Christian
Dear colleagues,

we would like to invite you to submit an abstract to a geophysics session at the forthcoming 5th European Conference on Permafrost (EUCOP5) that will be held in Chamonix-Mont Blanc, France, 23rd June - 1st July 2018.

The title of the session is:

session 23: New developments and applications of geophysical techniques in permafrost terrain

Call for abstracts: https://eucop2018.sciencesconf.org/resource/page/id/12
Abstract submission deadline: 15 December 2017

You will find the text of the session announcement below.

We look forward to seeing you in Chamonix in 2018!

Christian Hauck (Department of Geosciences, University of Fribourg, Switzerland)
Christian Halla (Geographical Institute, University of Bonn, Germany)
Thomas Ingeman-Nielsen (Arctic Technology Center, Technical University of Denmark)
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Session 23 New developments and applications of geophysical techniques in permafrost terrain

Geophysical  methods,  including  e.g.  electrical,  electromagnetic,  seismic  and  gravimetric  techniques,   are   standard   methods   in   permafrost   research   for   detecting,  quantifying and monitoring frozen ground and ground ice occurrences. Recent studies show also  a high potential of these methods for multi-scale approaches in combination with point-scale in- situ measurements, upscaling techniques in combination with remote sensing data and detailed process studies in combination with energy balance and thermo-hydraulic modelling.
We welcome all kind of studies focusing on new or improved approaches using geophysical techniques, their application in permafrost terrain, innovative combinations with complementary data sets and models, and studies showing the potential of using geophysical techniques for process studies and permafrost monitoring.
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