Near Surface Special Interest Communities

Check out the EAGE Special Interest Communities dedicated to Near Surface Geosciences. Within these groups, community members are encouraged to share relevant news updates, career development opportunities, and to promote collaborative projects and discussions on the latest scientific achievements.

New Special Interest Communities!

EAGE Technical Community on Uncrewed Aerial Vehicles (UAV)

UAV is a network of members interested in sharing knowledge and developing skills among geoscientists and engineers exploring and working on drone technology, robotics, drone geosciences, terrestrial remote sensing with applications to the areas of natural hazards, geotechnics and site investigations, environmental geosciences, rock outcrop digital imaging & analysis, resource and mining exploration, etc.

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EAGE Technical Community on Geohazards

It is a network of members interested in promoting the development and application of a multidisciplinary approach to the natural hazards assessment, encouraging innovation, technical progress, and fostering the communication, fellowship and cooperation between those working in, studying or otherwise being interested in these fields.

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Mineral Exploration Geophysics Special Interest Community

It is a network of dedicated EAGE members, aiming to bring together professionals, researchers, academia and students with a professional focus on the topic.The group is affiliated to the EAGE Near Surface Geoscience parallel conference series ‘Geophysics for Mineral Exploration & Mining’ and aims to provide a home outside of the conference series.

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Hydrogeophysics Special Interest Community

The Hydrogeophysics Special Interest Community is dedicated to providing a platform for all those working, studying or interested in hydrogeophysics and related disciplines. The group is affiliated to the EAGE Near Surface Geoscience parallel conference series on ‘Hydrogeophysics: Contribution to Exploration and Management of Groundwater, Land-Use and Natural Hazards under a Changing Climate’ which had its first edition at the 2021 Near Surface Geoscience Conference.

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