Advancing process-based watershed hydrological research using near-surface geophysics : a vision for , and review of , electrical and magnetic geophysical methods

  title={Advancing process-based watershed hydrological research using near-surface geophysics : a vision for , and review of , electrical and magnetic geophysical methods},
  author={David A. Robinson and Andrew M. Binley and Nic Crook and F. D. Day-Lewis and T. P. A. Ferr{\'e} and V. J. S. Grauch and Rodney E Knight and Monja Angelika Knoll and Venkat Lakshmi and Ron Miller and John Nyquist and Louise Pellerin and Kamini Singha and Lisa M Slater},
We want to develop a dialogue between geophysicists and hydrologists interested in synergistically advancing process based watershed research. We identify recent advances in geophysical instrumentation, and provide a vision for the use of electrical and magnetic geophysical instrumentation in watershed scale hydrology. The focus of the paper is to identify instrumentation that could significantly advance this vision for geophysics and hydrology during the next 3–5 years. We acknowledge that… CONTINUE READING
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