On the cover: For our annual Geophysical Review, two photos that capture the world of today’s seismic crews. The camels standing in a line by their cables were snapped in Algeria; the vaguely similar trucks were on duty near Bakersfield, Calif.
Photo by Global Geophysical Services
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