3D workshop

There is an increasingly pressing need for high-quality 3-D geological information about shallow deposits as attention to environmental and land-use issues grow, particularly in urban and suburban areas. Attention is also turning to the study of regional groundwater systems and to their long-term sustainable development. Although technological capability is accelerating even as these demands for information are becoming increasingly more compelling, there is a continuing lack of high-quality data. This situation is particularly true in the densely populated and industrialized parts of the United States, Canada, and Europe, which are covered by thick glacial deposits.

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Although technological capability is accelerating even as these demands for information are becoming increasingly more compelling, there is a continuing lack of high-quality data. This situation is particularly true in the densely populated and industrialized parts of the United States, Canada, and Europe, which are covered by thick glacial deposits.Although technological capability is accelerating even as these demands for information are becoming increasingly more compelling, there is a continuing lack of high-quality data. This situation is particularly true in the densely populated and industrialized parts of the United States, Canada, and Europe, which are covered by thick glacial deposits.Although technological capability is accelerating even as these demands for information are becoming increasingly more compelling, there is a continuing lack of high-quality data. This situation is particularly true in the densely populated and industrialized parts of the United States, Canada, and Europe, which are covered by thick glacial deposits.Although technological capability is accelerating even as these demands for information are becoming increasingly more compelling, there is a continuing lack of high-quality data.

This situation is particularly true in the densely populated and industrialized parts of the United States, Canada, and Europe, which are covered by thick glacial deposits.Although technological capability is accelerating even as these demands for information are becoming increasingly more compelling, there is a continuing lack of high-quality data. This situation is particularly true in the densely populated and industrialized parts of the United States, Canada, and Europe, which are covered by thick glacial deposits.

Abstracts and presentations

Text for testing. The workshop abstracts have both been published as formal open file publications.

The 2001, 2004, 2009, and 2018 abstracts were published by the Illinois State Geological Survey and can be downloaded at http://www.isgs.illinois.edu/publications or ordered by contacting the ISGS Information Office.

The 2002, 2006, and 2011 abstracts were published by the Geological Survey of Canada and can be accessed through GEOSCAN.

The 2007 and 2013 abstracts were published by the Minnesota Geological Survey and can be downloaded at: https://conservancy.umn.edu/handle/11299/708 or ordered by contacting their Maps and Publications Sales.

The 2015 abstracts were published by the Alberta Geological Survey and can be downloaded at http://ags.aer.ca/publications/SPE_101.html.

The 2001, 2004, 2009, and 2018 abstracts were published by the Illinois State Geological Survey and can be downloaded at http://www.isgs.illinois.edu/publications or ordered by contacting the ISGS Information Office.

The 2002, 2006, and 2011 abstracts were published by the Geological Survey of Canada and can be accessed through GEOSCAN.

The 2007 and 2013 abstracts were published by the Minnesota Geological Survey and can be downloaded at: https://conservancy.umn.edu/handle/11299/708 or ordered by contacting their Maps and Publications Sales.

The 2015 abstracts were published by the Alberta Geological Survey and can be downloaded at http://ags.aer.ca/publications/SPE_101.html.

The 2001, 2004, 2009, and 2018 abstracts were published by the Illinois State Geological Survey and can be downloaded at http://www.isgs.illinois.edu/publications or ordered by contacting the ISGS Information Office.

The 2002, 2006, and 2011 abstracts were published by the Geological Survey of Canada and can be accessed through GEOSCAN.

The 2007 and 2013 abstracts were published by the Minnesota Geological Survey and can be downloaded at: https://conservancy.umn.edu/handle/11299/708 or ordered by contacting their Maps and Publications Sales.

The 2015 abstracts were published by the Alberta Geological Survey and can be downloaded at http://ags.aer.ca/publications/SPE_101.html.