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Near Surface Geophysics is an international journal for the publication of research and development in geophysics applied to near surface. It places emphasis on geological, hydrogeological, geotechnical, environmental, engineering, mining, archaeological, agricultural and other applications of geophysics as well as physical soil and rock properties. Geophysical and geoscientific case histories with innovative use of geophysical techniques are welcome, which may include improvements on instrumentation, measurements, data acquisition and processing, modelling, inversion, interpretation, project management and multidisciplinary use. The papers should also be understandable to those who use geophysical data but are not necessarily geophysicists.

Impact Factor 2015: 1.232

Near Surface Geophysics is indexed/abstracted in the Current Contents/ Physical, Chemical & Earth Sciences, ISI Alerting Service and Science Citation Index Expanded.

Near Surface Geophysics is published 6 times a year.

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Ranajit Ghose

Associate Editors
Frank Boerner Rock physics and hydrogeophysics
Adam Booth Georadar and seismics
Giorgio Cassiani – Georadar, electrical and electromagnetic methods
Nigel Cassidy – Geoelectrics and georadar 
Federico Cella – Gravity and magnetics
Michele Cercato – Seismics, Surface Waves
David Daniels – Ground Penetrating Radar
Torleif Dahlin – Geoelectrics and electromagnetics
Maurizio Fedi – Gravity and magnetics
Gerald Gabriel – Gravity and magnetics
Ranajit Ghose – Seismics and geotechnics
Mark Goldman – Electromagnetics
James Harris – Seismics
Denis Jongmans – Shallow seismics and geotechnics
Thomas Kalscheuer – Electromagnetics
Andreas Kemna – Hydrogeophysics and induced polarisation
Jung-Ho Kim – Geoelectrics, electromagnetics and GPR
Oliver Kuras – Geoelectrics and electromagnetics
Anatoly Legchenko – Magnetic Resonance Sounding and hydrogeophysics
Meng Heng Loke – Geoelectrics and inversion
Jean-Luc Mari – Seismics  
Manuel Senos Matias – Geoelectrics and georadar
Mike Müller-Petke – Rock physics and nuclear magnetic resonance
Raffaele Persico – Georadar and archaeogeophysics
Salvatore Piro – Georadar and archaeogeophysics
André Pugin – Seismics
Dhananjay Ravat – Gravity and magnetics
Luigi Sambuelli – Geoelectrics and electromagnetics
Claudio L. Strobbia – Seismic surface waves
Alain Tabbagh – Geoelectrics, electromagnetics and geothermics
Bülent Tezkan – Electromagnetics
Panagiotis Tsourlos – Geoelectrics
Saurabh Verma – Electromagnetics

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Volume 14, Number 4 August 2016

307  | Multiwave Gaussian beam prestack depth migration of exploration-scale seismic data with complex near-surface effects
J.Han, Y. Wang and C. Yu

315  | Detection of geological structures using impact-driven piling as a seismic source
B. Farmani, N. Kitterød and E. Gundersen

327  | Locating mofettes using seismic noise records from small dense arrays and matched field processing analysis in the NW Bohemia/Vogtland Region, Czech Republic
H.F. Estrella, J. Umlauft, A. Schmidt and M. Korn

337  | Demonstrating the contribution of dielectric permittivity to the in-phase EMI response of soils: example of an archaeological site in Bahrain
C. Benech, P. Lombard, F. Rejiba and A. Tabbagh

345  | Comparison between thermal airborne remote sensing, multi-depth electrical resistivity profiling, and soil mapping: an example from Beauce (Loiret, France)
C. Pasquier, H. Bourennane, I. Cousin, M. Séger, M. Dabas, J. Thiesson and A. Tabbagh

357  | Using electrical anisotropy for structural characterization of sediments: an experimental validation study
S. Al-Hazaimay, J.A. Huisman, E. Zimmermann, and H. Vereecken

371  | Ambiguities in geophysical interpretation during fracture detection—case study from a limestone quarry (Lower Silesia Region, Poland)
T. Golebiowski, S. Porzucek and B. Pasierb





















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