ISSN (printed): 1420-0597. ISSN (electronic): 1573-1499.
Accurate and efficient imaging of subsurface structure and modeling of processes in the subsurface require multidisciplinary collaboration among mathematicians engineers chemists physicists and geoscientists. Presently there exists no journal whose main objective is to provide a platform for interaction among these diverse scientific groups. To remedy this we propose to establish a new journal Computational Geosciences . The aim of this international journal is to facilitate the exchange of ideas across the disciplines and among universities and industrial and governmental laboratories. Computational Geosciences will publish high quality papers on mathematical modeling simulation data analysis imaging inversion and interpretation with applications in the geosciences. The themes and application areas to be covered include reservoir and environmental engineering hydrology geochemistry geomechanics seismic and electromagnetic imaging geostatistics and reservoir/aquifer characterization and high performance parallel computing. More specifically Computational Geosciences welcomes contributions concerning for example bioremediation diffusion and dispersion geology and geostatistics scale up multiphase flow and reactive transport geophysical imaging and inversion methods seismic and electromagnetic modeling numerical methods and parallel computing. Both theoretical and applied scientists are invited to participate. Computational Geosciences focuses mainly on quantitative aspects of models describing transport processes in permeable media. It is targeted at petroleum engineers hydrologists quantitative environmental engineers soil physicists soil and geochemists applied mathematicians geologists and seismologists.
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