This issue of the Journal of Environmental and Engineering Geophysics (JEEG) introduces a new category of articles, Near Surface Geophysical Letters (NSGL), announced in conjunction with the 2013 SAGEEP meeting in Denver, Colorado. These concise articles (usually less than five printed pages) present important scientific advances likely to have immediate influence on near surface geophysical applications and research. Scientists in other fields (for example, hydrology) with advances that will directly affect near surface geophysical sciences are encouraged to submit NSGL contributions to SAGEEP meetings. The submitted work must constitute a new application or new research with interpretation and...

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