AGU is an international scientific society of over 35,000 members. Research includes the Earth, oceans, atmosphere, space, and planets. AGU is dedicated to advancing the understanding of the Earth and its environment in space, and making the results available to the public through scholarly publications, meetings (Spring and Fall), and the Internet.
Organization of professional earth scientists specialising in the practical application of the principles of physics and mathematics to solve problems in a broad range of geological situations.
Acquires, processes and interprets seismic data from the lithosphere. The data are collected using commercial contractors and are publicly released. Includes current projects and historical achievements.
A non-profit organization dedicated to furthering the profession of geophysical practice related to mining, environmental and groundwater activities in Canada.
Information about the annual meeting, membership and affiliated societies.
Promotes the science of geophysics, especially as it applies to exploration, and promotes fellowship and co-operation among those persons interested in geophysical prospecting.
An applied geophysical research group concentrating on the acquisition, analysis and interpretation of multicomponent seismic data.
Funded by the National Science Foundation to apply modern observational, analytical and telecommunications technologies to investigate the structure and evolution of the North American continent and the physical processes controlling earthquakes and volcanic eruptions.
Member resources and journals, as well as information about geophysical methods used for engineering and environmental assessment.
The ESC is a commission of IASPEI, which is associated to IUGG and its aim is to promote seismological studies and projects in Europe, countries bordering the Mediterranean and immediate neighbours; an area from the Mid-Atlantic Ridge to the Urals and the Arctic ocean to northern Africa.
Promotes the scientific study of problems related to earthquakes and other seismic sources, the propagation of seismic waves, and the Earth's internal structure, properties, and processes.
IRIS is a university research consortium dedicated to exploring the Earth's interior through the collection and distribution of seismographic data.
Promotes the safe operation of helicopters and fixed-wing aircraft on airborne geophysical surveys. The association develops recommended practices, serves as a center for exchange of safety information and as a repository for specialized statistics.
Non-governmental organization charged with the final collection, analysis and publication of standard earthquake information from all over the world.
Dedicated to advancing, promoting, and communicating knowledge of the Earth system, its space environment, and the dynamical processes causing change.
An institution-wide effort of the National Center for Atmospheric Research (NCAR) to encourage the application and further development of statistical analysis to the problems faced in the earth sciences.
Research in the physics of fluid induced microseismicity, to establish physical fundamentals for microseismic monitoring and to further develop the seismicity based reservoir characterization approach.
Develops electromagnetic methods, software and modelling tools for the purpose of offshore petroleum exploration.
A consortium research project focusing primarily on the high-frequency seismic wave propagation in complex 3-D isotropic and anisotropic structures.
An international association devoted to the advancement of earthquake science. Includes news and meetings, publications, and links to government and education resources.
SEG hosts 2 monthly publications and yearly trade shows, at the international, national, and regional level. The major organization for geophysicists involved in exploration and production of hydrocarbons.
Includes a membership directory, research symposium, online publications and schedule of short courses.
Research for seismic exploration with a focus on macro-model independent seismic imaging, true-amplitude migration, and rock physics.
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