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Meeting: Wavelet session at Geophysics (GAU) Fall meeting
 
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#8 Meeting: Wavelet session at Geophysics (GAU) Fall meeting

American Geophysical Union Fall 1997 Meeting
(December 8-12, 1997, San Francisco, California)

Special Union Session

Advances in Wavelet Transform Applications in Geophysics

Our goal is to bring together scientists who use wavelet analysis for
the understanding, modeling, and description of geophysical processes.
Papers are solicited that present innovative use of multiscale
analysis/modeling techniques and demonstrate their benefits for
improved understanding and prediction of geophysical processes

Conveners:

Praveen Kumar
Department of Civil Engineering, University of Illinois
205 North Mathews Avenue, Urbana, IL 61801
(217-333-4688; kumar1@uiuc.edu)

Efi Foufoula-Georgiou
St. Anthony Falls Laboratory, University of Minnesota
Mississippi River and 3rd Ave. S.E., Minneapolis, MN 55414
(612-627-4595; efi@mykonos.safhl.umn.edu).

Abstracts must be received by AGU headquarters no later than August
27, 1997 for postal/express mail and e-mail abstracts

or

September 3, 1997 by 11:59 P.M Eastern Time
for Interactive Web Form abstracts see http://www.agu.org

See AGU web site, http://www.agu.org, or EOS, Transactions of American
Geophysical Union, Vol. 78, No. 26, July 1, 1997 for abstract format
and submission details

Send a copy of the abstract to one of the conveners irrespective of
whether you submit your abstract to AGU by e-mail, WWW or regular
mail.
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