The John S. Summer Memorial International Workshop on Induced Polarization in Mining and the Environment was organized to get recommendations for geologic, geochemical, and geophysical research from IP users and practitioners for IP applications to mining and environmental problems. Conventional IP, as well as IP effects in EM and GPR, were considered. During the program, research recommendations came from 'break-out' sessions and round table discussions. As to be expected, uniform reports were not received from the break-out groups. Thus, the report was homogenized into a common format. Considerable condensation of the material has resulted in a more readable document without any significant loss of information content.
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