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Airborne Surveys and Monitoring of the Earth – Application to the Mitigation of Natural and Anthropogenic Hazards
Exploration Geophysics Special Issue, Volume 45, Number 1
Airborne surveys are highly useful for their capacity to map, monitor, and forecast natural and anthropogenic hazards safely and efficiently, and for understanding the Earth's global structures and their variations. This special issue is based on papers presented at a session of the Japan Geoscience Union Meeting 2012 (Airborne Surveys and Monitoring of the Earth – Application to the Mitigation of Natural and Anthropogenic Hazards) which was held on 23 May 2012 in Chiba, Japan.