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Proceedings of Thru-the-Earth Electromagnetics, August 15-17,1973, Colorado School of Mines
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    bjectives and Constraints of Through-the-Earth Electromagnetic Communication Systems / Howard E. Parkinson (p. 1-8) -- State of Knowledge of Analytical Techniques for Thru-the-Earth Electromagnetic Wave Problems Relevant to Mine Rescue / James R. Wait (p. 9-14) -- Electromagnetic Field Solutions for mite and Finite Cables for Conducting Half -Space Models - - Both Frequency and Time - Domain / David A. Hill (p. 15-19) -- Theory and Experiments Relating to Electromagnetic Fields of Buried Sources with Consequences to Communication aad Lacation / Richard G. Geyer (p. 20-33). -- Electromagnetic Direction Finding Experiments for Location of Trapped Miners / R. G. Olsen and A. J. Farstad (p. 34-37) -- Theory of Propagation of UHF Radio Waves in Coal Mine Tunnels / Alfred G. Emslie, Robert L. Lagace, and Peter F. Strong (p. 38-48) -- Guided Propagation of Radio Waves / P. Delogne, L. Deryck, and R. Liegeois (p. 48-53) -- Radio Propagation Measurements in Coal Mines at UHF and VLF / Arthur E. Goddard (p. 54-61) -- Performance of Manpack Electromagnetic Location Equipment in Trapped Miner Location Tests /A. J. Farstad (p. 62-72) -- Fields of a Magnetic Dipole Fxcited Buried Cylinder / Allen Q. Howard, Jr. (p. 73-80) -- The Electromagnetic Response of a Buried Sphere for Buried Dipole Excitation / D. A. Hill and J. R. Wait (p. 81-85) -- The Perturbation of Alternating Electromagnetic Fields by Three- Dimensional Bodies / F. W. Jones (p. 86-91) -- A Discussion on the Three-Dimensional Boundary Value Problem for Electromagnetic Fields/ David Rankin (p. 92-94) -- Reply to: "A Discussion on the Three-Dimensional Boundary Value Problem for Electromagnetic Fields (David Rankin) / F. W. Jones. (p. 95-97) -- Use of Zoral Hzrmonic Series for Obtaining Numerical Solutions to Electromagnetic Boundary Value Problems / Richard L. Lewis (p. 98-103) -- Application of Lebedev-Kontorovich Transforms for .Describing Electromagnetic Wave Propagation in an Inhomogeneous Earth / Richard G. Geyer (p. 104-) -- Subsurface Applications of Periodic Electromagnetic Video Pulse Signals / David L. Moffatt (p. 112-120) -- Electromagnetic Survey Method Applicable to Underground Quarries / R. Gabillard, J. P. Dubus, F. Cherpereel (p. 121-129) -- Feasibility of a Radio Communication in Mine Galleries by Means of a Coaxial Cable Having a High Coupling Impedance / J. Fontaine, B. Demoulin, P. Degauque, and R. Gabillard (p. 130-139) -- Electromagnetic Transmission and Detection at Deep Depths / D. B. Starkey (p. 140-148) -- Admittance and Effective Height of Buried Antennas / Giorgio Franceschetti (p. 149-150) -- Spectrum Measurements of Electromagnetic Noise in Coal Mines / W. D. Benserrra and J. W. Adarns (p. 151-155) -- Amplitude Statis tics of Electromagnetic Noise in Coal Mines / M. Kanda and J. W. Adarns (p. 156-160) -- Design of an ELF Noise Processor / J. E. Evans and A. S. Griffiths (p. 161) -- Experimental Comparison of Buried and Elevated ELF Transmitting Antennas / Peter R. Bannister, Frederick J. Williams, J. Robert Katan, and John R. Ball (p. 162-167) -- An Underground Electromagnetic Sounder Experiment / Lambert Dolphin, Jr. , Robert Bollen, and George Oetzel (p. 168) -- Summary Report on Electromagnetic Noise Measurement Program / John W. Adams (p. 169) -- Summary Report of Electromagnetic Location Techniques Working Group / Arnold J. Farstad (p. 171-177) -- Summary Report of Uplink and Downlink Communications Working Group / Robert L. Lagace (p. 178-201) -- Summary Report of Operational Communications / Working Group / Martyn F. Roetter (p. 202-217).

    "This report (Grant No. G0133023) includes papers on current research in thru-the-earth communications. The papers presented herein summarize a workshop sponsored by the Bureau of Mines at the Colorado School of Mines, which was concerned with the problem of how information may be conveyed by electromagnetic waves propagating through rock media without the benefit of lines and cables. Some of the limitations and scope of such schemes are identified." - NIOSHTIC-2

    NIOSHTIC no. 10001482

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