Preface to the Special Issue on ‘ ‘ The 22 nd Electromagnetic Induction Workshop , Weimar , Germany ’

Abstract

The international Electromagnetic (EM) Induction Workshops of IAGA Working Group I.2 (now Division VI of IAGA) are the premier events for researchers around the world to exchange latest developments in the field of geophysical electromagnetism. The Workshop in Weimar, Germany, was held over seven days, from 24 to 30 August 2014. It was attended by 377 delegates from 43 countries who submitted a total of 371 abstracts. The scientific programme was organised by an International Program Committee of the Working Group. Highlights of both this and previous workshops have been the review talks from invited, internationally acclaimed scientists. Themes for these review talks vary from workshop to workshop. They highlight recent advances in the rapidly evolving fields of electromagnetic induction, including important new directions of research as well as results focusing on geological targets. The review papers presented at the workshops have traditionally been published as Special Issues of Surveys in Geophysics or Geophysical Surveys since the 1978 workshop in Murnau, Germany. This latest Special Issue on the 22nd Electromagnetic Induction Workshop in Weimar, Germany, includes the following review papers:

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@inproceedings{Ritter2016PrefaceTT, title={Preface to the Special Issue on ‘ ‘ The 22 nd Electromagnetic Induction Workshop , Weimar , Germany ’}, author={Oliver Ritter and Pilar Queralt and Graham S. Heinson and Oleg Pankratov and Anne Neska}, year={2016} }