If you attended SAGEEP 2023 last week in New Orleans you might have come across some of the most outstanding talks from our previous Near Surface Geoscience Conference & Exhibition 2022, presented in the “Best of EAGE Near Surface 2022”. This is part of our long standing cooperation with the Environmental and Engineering Geophysical Society (EEGS), strengthening the bond between the two societies and promoting the sharing of innovative applications of the environmental and engineering geophysics across the Atlantic. To complete the exchange, the four best papers from SAGEEP 2023 will be invited to present at NSG2023 this September, and we look forward to welcoming them! Keep an eye out for the technical programme later in the year to find out what the selection will be.
In the meantime, if you missed the “Best of EAGE Near Surface 2022”, you can still find all four papers in EarthDoc: a fantastic range of research exploring the latest technologies for near surface geoscience.
– Assessing quantitatively interpretable zones from 1D forward modelling AEM inversion models, by Wouter Deleersnyder et al.
– Distributed Acoustic Sensing (DAS) for Detection of Defects in Dams using Ambient Noise Interferometry, by Anna Stork et al.
– A semi-airborne EM study of the Hope ore deposit (Namibia) using a drone-based concept, by Philipp Kotowski et al.
– Coupled Hough-transform and deep learning for improved diffraction delineation, by Magdalena Markovic et al.
Don’t forget! You can still join NSG2023 as a speaker – and participate in the selection for the next “Best of EAGE Near Surface” session – by submitting your work until 25 April!