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Geoscience studies the processes that form and shape the Earth's surface, the natural resources we use, and how water and ecosystems are interconnected.
In celebration of this year’s Earth Science Week, and in acknowledgement of the breadth of research, we’ve collated free leading articles in the geoscience portfolio. The articles below cover a variety of topics and have been grouped into the following themes, minerology and petrology, energy and hydrogeology.
All featured research will be available via this page until 28 February 2021 for you to read, share and cite.
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Minerology & Petrology
Sound scientific papers focused on the the study of rocks and the processes that form and transform them.
Research focused on the energies and technologies that help our understanding of the Earth.
|Big Earth Data||Re-understanding of land surface albedo and related terms in satellite-based retrievals||Yanmin Shuai, Latipa Tuerhanjiang, Congying Shao, et al.||2020|
|International Journal of Digital Earth||Which variables are essential for renewable energies?||Thierry Ranchin, Mélodie Trolliet, & Lionel Ménard||2019|
|Geology, Ecology and Landscapes||GIS-based approach for modeling grid-connected solar power potential sites: a case study of East Shewa Zone, Ethiopia||Abayneh Gerbo , Karuturi Venkata Suryabhagavan & Tarun Kumar Raghuvanshi||2020|
|Exploration Geophysics||S-Wave velocity structure exploration of sedimentary layers using seismic interferometry on strong motion records||Kosuke Chimoto & Hiroaki Yamanaka||2019|
|Exploration Geophysics||AusAEM: Australia’s airborne electromagnetic continental-scale acquisition program||Alan Yusen Ley-Cooper, Ross C. Brodie & Murray Richardson||2019|
|Exploration Geophysics||An integrated processing scheme for high-resolution airborne electromagnetic surveys, the SkyTEM||Esben Auken, Anders Vest Christiansen & Joakim H.||2018|
Research which examines the distribution and movement of groundwater in the soil and rocks of the Earth's crust.