Series: Proceedings of the 30th International Geological Congress Volume: 10
The 30th International Geological Congress was held in Beijing, China in August 1997. Leadings scientists convened to present their findings and views to the international geological research community. Volume 10 of 26 focuses on new technology for the geosciences. All articles in the proceedings have been refereed and keynote papers have been included in Volume 1. These proceedings aim to present a view of contemporary geology and should be of interest to researchers in the geological sciences.
Remote sensing methods at the century border, A.V. Pertsov; geologic remote sensing in the thermal infrared, A.B. Kahle; multi-frequency and multi-polarization radar for geological applications, Guo Huadong et al; the combined multispectral-stereo scanner MOMS - a new remote sensing tool for geological applications, J. Bodechtel and Qingxia Lei; estimation of SiO2 content using simulated TIR remote sensing data generated from spectra measured on the sawed surfaces of rocks at Cuprite, Nevada, USA, Y. Ninomiya et al; geothermal zoning of European Russia on the base of satellite infra-red thermal survey, V.I. Gorny et al; the geological features of Tang impact structure detected by spaceborne SAR image, Shao Yun et al; mineral exploration in Israel using integrated remote sensing data, T. Wever et al; SIR-C interferometry for Karakax fault study in West China, Wang Chao et al; detection of infrared and microwave radiation in rock fracturing experiments - a potential remote sensing tool for earthquake forecasts, Cui Chengyu et al; direct and indirect petroleum exploration methods by using remote sensing techniques, Guo Defang et al; remote sensing - GIS for dynamically monitoring of land salinization and urbanization trend in North China Plain, Sun Xinghe et al; technology supporting access to multisource, multidiscipline, geoscience data, A.M. Hittelman; digital representations of topography - attempting to characterize the Earth's surface, D.A. Hastings et al; the lineaments studies of the earthquake affected area in Decaan basalts (India), P.S. Kulkarni et al; a new system of the analytical SEM producing colour images, T. Shoji et al; new improvements in multi-element analysis of geological samples by multi-iron counting spark source mass spectrometry (MIC-SSMS), K.P. Jochum et al; integrated systems analysis of the multilevel heterogeneous geoinformation, O.L. Kouznetsov and Eu.N. Cheremisina; precious metal concentrations in polymetallic nodule reference samples, V. Balaram et al; the advanced geodrilling techniques in China, Geng Ruilin; appearance of insert and button complex-type rock drilling tools in China, Zhang Hanbin and Zhang Guoju; the down-the-hole hammer reverse circulation drilling technique and its application, Yin Kun and Jiang Rongqing; geological applications of RADARSAT, V. Singhroy.
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