Surveys in Geophysics
ISSN (printed): 0169-3298. ISSN (electronic): 1573-0956.
Surveys in Geophysics publishes papers on the study of the physical processes occurring within the Earth on its surface and in the space surrounding it including its interaction with other bodies in the solar system. The papers appearing in the journal present a concise well constructed review of recent advances in areas of topical interest written for the broad geophysical community i.e. all earth scientists having some background in physics whether they are working in academia or are engaged in other professional activities. The nature of the review articles which appear as soon as is practicable after the pioneering work which they describe is such that they can also be used by graduate students in their coursework as an alternative to textbooks. The subjects dealt with in Surveys in Geophysics comprise all areas covered by EGS IUGG and AGU: the solid Earth its oceans and atmosphere solarñterrestrial phenomena planets and space physics hydrology atmospheric physics meteorology the magnetosphere and ionosphere; the geophysics of the Moon and the terrestrial-type planets; and the physics of exploration for natural resources including new developments in the methods and techniques of applied geophysics. Readers of Surveys in Geophysics thus have available mature thoughtful reviews of recent developments in their own field and they may be confident of keeping abreast in areas peripheral to their own. Its unparalleled access and breadth of coverage make Surveys in Geophysics one of the leading specialist publications on the Earth sciences.
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