The book series entitled "Advances in Geological Science" that reveal new developments in geophysics owing to the advances in geosciences, especially in data collection and data processing has taken its place in the world of science. Our faculty member  Prof. Dr. Tuncay Taymaz from the  Department of Geophysical Engineering are among the editors of the book series together with Prof. Dr. Junzo Kasahara from Tokyo and Shizuoka Universities and Prof. Dr. Michael Zhdanov from University of Utah.  

Prof.Dr. Tuncay Taymaz said the following about the book: “Studies in the twentieth century uncovered groundbreaking facts in geophysics and produced a radically new picture of the Earth’s history. However, in some respects it also created more puzzles for the research community of the twenty-first century to tackle. This book series aim to present the state of the art of contemporary geological studies and offer the opportunity to discuss major open problems in geosciences and their phenomena. The main focus is on physical geological features such as geomorphology, petrology, sedimentology, geotectonics, volcanology, seismology, glaciology, and their environmental impacts. The monographs in the series, including multi-authored volumes, will examine prominent features of past events up to their current status, and possibly forecast some aspects of the foreseeable future. The guiding principle is that understanding the fundamentals and applied methodology of overlapping fields will be key to paving the way for the next generation.” (Springer-Nature Book Series – Advances in Geological Science).

Detailed information for these book series can be found from the following links: