Most view the field of hydrogeophysics as the bridge between the disciplines of hydrology and geophysics. Within SEG, hydrogeophysics most definitely remains, as it began, with a heavy focus on the development and implementation of novel geophysical methods for hydrologic applications. Rather than applying existing geophysical methods to the problem of estimating subsurface hydrologic properties or monitoring hydrologic processes, the research community within SEG has continued to develop new ways of acquiring data, new ways of analyzing data, and new ways of communicating the geophysical results to end users — who are often much more interested in hydrology than geophysics!

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