By S. E. Medvedev (auth.), Jan Harff, Daniel F. Merriam (eds.)
This symposium on 'Computerized Basin research for diagnosis of strength - and Mineral assets' was once equipped by means of Dr. Jan Harff, chairman ofthe clinical Committee for the assembly, in Giistrowin what used to be then East Germany. Sponsors ofthis assembly have been the overseas Union of Geological Sciences' fee on garage, automated professional cessing and Retrieval of Geologic information (COGEODATA), Academy of Sciences of the German Democratic Republic (GDR), nationwide Oil and fuel Trustofthe GDR, and the overseas organization for Mathematical Geology (IAMG). major themes of the symposium, held from 19-22 June 1990, have been software of machine ways to the exploration and exploitation of oil and gasoline, coal, and different power and mineral assets. there have been computing device demonstrations in addition to a one-day box journey to the geothermic heating plant in Waren. The nearby crew for japanese Europe of COG EO facts additionally met throughout the convention. Fifty-one papers have been provided together with 8 poster periods by means of authors from 14 nations. As used to be to be anticipated, there has been a wide percent of papers from the East Bloc of ecu international locations, particularly the GDR, USSR, and the CSSR with a good illustration from the FRG and united states and a smattering from the 9 others. lots of the papers have been software orientated and on the topic of the mineral industries. there has been considerable time for trade of rules and dissemination of material.
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