About this Research Topic
To characterize the geoscience phenomena, the raw data are collected with the acquisition techniques such as seismic, electromagnetic, gravity, remote sensing, GPR, and so on, and then processed with mathematical methods based on the physical laws. The amount of geoscience data increases dramatically with the development of acquisition techniques, which brings a big challenge for the physical-based methods.
With the advance in deep learning techniques, researchers have been actively exploring data-driven solutions for geoscience problems, including data processing, modeling, inversion, detection, classification, and so on. Traditional geoscience methods are usually time-consuming and require intensive human labor and expert knowledge, the implementations of AI in geosciences show good potential to overcome these bottlenecks.
The objective of this Research Topic is to provide a platform for new research and discussion on how machine learning techniques can be applied in geoscience to achieve a low carbon future, with the following topics:
• Carbon capture and storage
• Oil and gas exploration
• Geothermal energy exploration
• Compressed air storage
• Hydrogen storage
• The battery raw materials exploration
• Climate monitoring and prediction
• Renewable energy
Keywords: AI in geosciences, carbon capture and storage, geothermal energy, hydrogen storage, renewable energy
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