Reviews presented at Workshops of formerly Working Group I.2 and presently Division VI of IAGA
International Association of Geomagnetism and Aeronomy
Electromagnetic Induction in the Earth

Number
Year
Location
Country

Review Papers

Publication

I
1972
Edinburgh
Scotland

Physics of the Earth and Planetary Interiors, 7, 277-398, 1973

II
1974
Ottawa
Canada

Physics of the Earth and Planetary Interiors, 10, 201-322, 1975

III
1976
Sopron
Hungary

Acta Geodaetica, Geophysica, et Montanistica, Academy Sciences Hungary, 11, 329-509, 1976

IV
1978
Murnau
Germany

Geophysical Surveys, 4, 7-185, 1980

Note: Geophysical Surveys was renamed to Surveys in Geophysics

V
1980
Istanbul
Turkey

Geophysical Surveys, 4, 335-508, 1982.

Note: Geophysical Surveys was renamed to Surveys in Geophysics

VI
1982
Victoria
Canada

Geophysical Surveys, 6, 1-213, 1983.

Note: Geophysical Surveys was renamed to Surveys in Geophysics

VII
1984
Ile-Ife
Nigeria

Unpublished

  • A. Dupis, Induction studies in continental regions, including AMT prospecting for natural resources
  • E. Oni, A research/review of 15 years of electromagnetic induction studies at Ibadan

Surveys in Geophysics, 8, 235-374, 1986.

VIII
1986
Neuchatel
Switzerland

Surveys in Geophysics, 9, 233-387, 1988.

IX
1988
Sochi
Russia

Unpublished

  • Z. Nagy, Review in session "Controlled-source methods and the effects of nonuniform source fields"

Surveys in Geophysics, 11, 133-327, 1990.

X
1990
Ensenada
Mexico

Surveys in Geophysics, 13, 305-515, 1992

XI
1992
Wellington
New Zealand

Surveys in Geophysics, 15, 119-275, 1994

XII
1994
Brest
France

Unpublished

  • U. Raval, Review on electromagnetic signature of mantle dynamics

Surveys in Geophysics, 17, 361-556, 1996.

XIII
1996
Onuma
Japan

Unpublished

  • T. Uchida, Review in session "Applications of electromagnetic methods for geothermal exploration"

Surveys in Geophysics, 18, 441-510, 1997.

XIV
1998
Sinaia
Romania

Tutorial

Surveys in Geophysics, 20, 201-375, 1999.

XV
2000
Cabo Frio
Brazil

Short Courses (unpublished)

  • F. Simpson, Strategies for handling 3D or anisotropic data
  • G.D. Egbert, Robust processing
  • R.L. Mackie, 2-D MT inversion
  • J. Tyburczy, The relation of laboratory conductivity measurements to field observations

Surveys in Geophysics, 23, 99-273, 2002.

XVI
2002
Santa Fe
USA

Surveys in Geophysics, 26, 507-669, 2005.

XVII
2004
Hyderabad
India

Surveys in Geophysics, 26, 671-799, 2005.

XVIII
2006
El Vendrell
Spain

Surveys in Geophysics, 28, 117-272, 2007.

XIX
2008
Beijing
China

Surveys in Geophysics, 31, 131-283, 2010.

XX
2010
Giza
Egypt

Surveys in Geophysics, 33, 1-209, 2012.

XX
2012
Darwin
Australia

Surveys in Geophysics, 35, 1-257, 2014.

XXI
2014
Weimar
Germany

Surveys in Geophysics, 37, 1-189, 2016.

XXII
2016
Chiang Mai
Thailand

    Reviewers and topics are (see expanded version with photos and bios here):
    Preprints distributed at the workshop:
  • Alan Chave: Estimation of the Magnetotelluric Response Function: The Path from Robust Estimation to a Stable MLE
  • Takuto Minami: Recent progress in studies on EM fields generated by oceanic flows including tsunamis: Their properties and applications
  • Marion Miensopust: Application of 3D EM inversion in practice - Challenges, pitfalls and solution approaches
  • Max Moorkamp: Integrating electromagnetic data with other geophysical observations for enhanced imaging of the Earth
  • Javier Fullea: Joint modelling of conductivity and other geophysical and petrological observables to infer the structure of the lithosphere and uppermost mantle
  • Letian Zhang: A Review of Recent Developments in the Study of Regional Lithospheric Electrical Structure of the Asian Continent
  • Stephan Thiel: Electromagnetic monitoring of hydraulic fracking: relationship to permeability, seismicity and stress
  • Prasanta Patro: MT studies for petroleum and geothermal resources: Examples with emphasis on Asian region

XXIII
2018
Lulea
Sweden

    Suggestions solicited. Contact Division VI Chairman Dr. Nik Palshin.

XXIV
2020
Kusadesi
Turkey

    Suggestions solicited. Contact Division VI Chairman Dr. Nik Palshin.