Military Geosciences in the Twenty-First Century
Military geosciences are concerned with using the broad scope of the earth sciences for military purposes. These purposes range from direct support for military operations to a broad spectrum of non-combat military activities and military land management applications. Historically, the focus has been on geology and geography, but other earth science disciplines such as geophysics, remote sensing, and geocomputation have become increasingly important as a consequence of technological progress made during the final decades of the twentieth century. The eighteen chapters in this volume address the critical aspects of the role of geosciences in military undertakings by focusing on historical perspectives, geoscience for military operations, and military environmental stewardship.
CiteMilitary Geosciences in the Twenty-First CenturyRussell S. Harmon, Sophie E. Baker, Eric V. McDonaldDOI: https://doi.org/10.1130/9780813758220ISBN (print): 9780813741222ISBN (electronic): 9780813758220Publisher: Geological Society of AmericaPublished: 2014
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