Achievements, History and Challenges in Geophysics: 60th by Robert Bialik, Mariusz Majdański, Mateusz Moskalik

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By Robert Bialik, Mariusz Majdański, Mateusz Moskalik

Over the final six a long time, the sector of geophysics has skilled swift improvement. Seismic equipment, magnetic experiences, hydrology and atmospheric sciences have elevated because of a increase within the desktop sciences and dimension innovations. The frontiers of geophysics have additionally multiplied, now together with examine at the polar parts, either Arctic and Antarctic. a lot of these occasions are sincerely mirrored within the 60-year-long historical past of the Institute of Geophysics, Polish Academy of Sciences. This quantity describes the main sought after achievements, the historical past of study and likewise the long run strength of the Institute of Geophysics PAS. It describes measurements in quite a few initiatives, tools of studying medical info, and final yet no longer least the folks who've pushed this study in lots of clinical projects.

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Przegla˛d Geof 56(3–4):297–304 Kozłowski MF (1990) Pocza˛tki geofizyki na Wydziale Fizyki Uniwersytetu Warszawskiego (Beginnings of geophysics at the Faculty of Physics, Warsaw University). Przegla˛d Geof 35(1–2):97–106 Kreiner JM, Rymarowicz L (1992) Obserwatorium Meteorologiczno-Astronomiczne im, Marszałka Józefa Piłsudskiego na Popie Iwanie (Meteorological-astronomical observatory at pop Ivan). Przegla˛d Geof 37(1–2):77–85 Kwiatkowski A (1937) Pomiary polowe 1935 r. (Field measurements in 1935), Prace Grawimetryczne in 1935 (seria V), Główny Urza˛d Miar, Warszawa, pp 43 Lugeon J (1933) Polski Rok Polarny na Wyspie Niedz´wiedziej (Polish Polar Year on the bears’ Island).

The Department of Polar Research was established in 1977 as a result of the development of the polar and marine research programme in the Arctic and Antarctic. The main task of the Department was originally to organise expeditions to the Polish Polar Station, Hornsund, and control its operation. The Department was also responsible for the logistical preparation and protection of marine geophysical expeditions to the Arctic and Antarctic organised in 1978–1988. During this period, the Department developed, in particular, the acoustic and sedimentological studies conducted in the basins revealed by retreating glaciers, their forefields and fjords.

This issue). The Hel station had to terminate its activity in its original shape after the outbreak of the Second World War on 1 September 1939. The Germans seized the last Polish outpost, which happened to be the little town of Hel with surroundings, on 2 October. In recent times, an interesting story of three quartz horizontal magnetometers (QHM) from Hel has been presented, with optimistic end, by Voppel and Schulz (2002). In 1930, Polish geophysicists established their first organization, the Society of Geophysicists in Warsaw (Towarzystwo Geofizyków w Warszawie), with Prof.

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