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10 Applied geophysics – Introduction Sources Course webpage: http://www.geology.wisc.edu/courses/g594/ - lecture notes, homeworks etc Required text Environmental and Engineering Geophysics, 1 st ed, Sharma, 1997 Other reference texts An Introduction to Applied and Environmental Geophysics, Reynolds, 1997. Applied Geophysics, 2 nd ed, Telford, Geldart, Sheriff, 1990 Exploration geophysics of the shallow subsurface, Burger, 1992.
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Unformatted text preview: Whole Earth Geophysics, Lillie, 1999. An introduction to geophysical exploration, Keary, Brooks and Hill, 2002 Applied geophysics – Introduction Grading 50% - Homework: Bi-weekly problem sets 10% - Quiz 1 October 7 th 15% - Quiz 2 November 23 rd 25% - Final December 17 th 12:25pm Announcements of any changes will be made at the lectures and on the webpage....
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