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In reputable projects scientists of different field always work together...
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In reputable projects scientists of different field always work together...

Hi Louis Racic, This is good post aabout "how can geophysicists and geologists work together and understand each other"

I had also no idea that there was any kind of schism that existed between the two...

I think it's awesome Geophysicists and Geologists working together.

Old article, but thoroughly enjoyed the read!

~ Lisa

"Geophysicists and geologists working together: are we there yet?"
I had no idea that there was any kind of schism that existed between the two!
The post reads as if the two speak independent languages. Is it as bad as that?

As we start to understand why trial and error is so painful a process, we may be able to use it more constructively.


Any geophysicist first of all must be geologist. Otherwise the flow of formal "inversions" will continue to discredit geophysics.

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