b'Environmental geophysics Environmental geophysicstalks that I think will be interesting toI am also very interested in hearing the geoscientists concerned with applyingtalk being given by CSIROs Aaron Davis geophysics to environmental problems.on Making EM systems and bore logs speak And not just in the obvious streams.the same language. The issue of scale Needless to say, much of what I willbetween different surveys is crucial, so I recommend reflects my own interestsam hoping to hear that real progress is and biaseswhich is why they pay mebeing made on this front.the big bucks!In the Remote Sensing section I see As you might expect, there are a numberthat there are at least three talks on IP, of talks in the Groundwater section that Iwith two on IP contamination (or is that think will be intriguing. Dave Allen frominformation?) in TEM/AEM data sets. Groundwater Imaging is speaking on theI have collected TEM data in the last use of towed EM systems on the farmyear with an amazing amount of what scale (a subject in which, as we all know,appears to be IP effects, and that has I have an abiding interest). Carmen Krapfsparked my interest in how to recognise Mike Hatchfrom the Geological Survey of Souththese effects in the data, and then maybe Associate Editor for Australia will speak on the use of AEMeven trying to figure out how to use Environmental geophysics (plus complementary information) tothem. I will definitely be having a look at michael.hatch@adelaide.edu.au unravel the location of palaeovalleys inthese talks. To some extent I wonder how the aboriginal APY lands of remote northmuch of our TEM data is contaminated by western South Australia. Ken Lawriesmall amounts of IP that we dont even and KP Tan from Geoscience Australiarecognise. Hmmm, pretty good inversion will talk on some of the important workresults, but for some reason the late-time What not to miss in Perth that that GA is doing to geophysically/ modelled results dont match the data as geohydrologically characterise largewell as I expectedIve said that before.Welcome readers to this issuesswaths of northern Australia.column on geophysics applied to theAnd finally I see that the ever-interesting environment. This column is dedicatedI am very interested in passive seismic, butAlan Jones from Complete MT Solutions to consideration of the upcominghave never even seen the equipment inwill be here to talk about alternatives Australasian Exploration GeoscienceuseI will definitely be attending a fewto the L2 norm in inversions (this may Conference (AEGC 2019), to be heldtalks on this technique. I really need to getnot strictly qualify as environmental in Perth from September 2 to 5 (shew,my hands on some equipment and to seegeophysics). I have not seen the abstract, still lots of time to get my talk ready!).what it is all about. Every time I turn aroundbut am pretty sure that he is not going to Ive had a look at the preliminaryI get an unexpected plug for these datasuggest L1so am curious to see where programme, and there are quite a fewsetstime for me to get in on the action. he goes with this.The ASEG in social mediaThe ASEG has just joined Instagram https://www.instagram.com/aseg_news/ so go on, give us a follow! Wed love to share your photos too, so please email Kate Robertson at communications@aseg.org.au if you have any images you would like featured.We know not everyone is on Instagram, but you can also find us on a variety of other social media platforms too!Weshare relevant geoscience articles, events, opportunities and lots more.Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/AustralianSocietyOfExplorationGeophysicistsLinkedIn company page: https://www.linkedin.com/company/australian-society-of-exploration-geophysicists/LinkedIn group: https://www.linkedin.com/groups/4337055/Twitter: https://twitter.com/ASEG_newsYoutube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC-dAJx8bXrX5BEudOQp4ThAAUGUST 2019 PREVIEW 36'