Applied Geophysics

In Applied Geophysics, emphasis on the use of geophysical methods in exploration and mapping of natural resources and in environmental and engineering studies. A central subject is Computational Geophysics, in which multidimensional numerical modelling and inversion are investigated as an essential part in the interpretation of geophysical data. Research targets also include the structure, composition and evolution of the Earth's crust and upper mantle, which are linked to the genesis and distribution of geological resources.

Last updated: 6.2.2019