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Volume 56 (4):
Kacper Mieczysław Rafał Rybicki, a Geophysicist, Planetologist, Astrophysicist - Obituary
Tomiyama, K. , Oda, H.
Estimation of Inner-Core Rotation Rate by Using the Earth’s Free Oscillation
Electrical Structure of the Upper Mantle Beneath Central Europe: Results of the CEMES Project
Aeromagnetic Anomalies Uncover the Precambrian Basement in the Chhattisgarh Basin Area, Central India
Remarks on the Thermal Conductivity and Heat Flow Density of the Indian Craton
Mukhopadhyay, B., Dasgupta, S.
Swarms in Andaman Sea, India – a Seismotectonic Analysis
Some Relationships between VAN Seismic Electric-Signals (SES) and Earthquake Parameters: Study for the 1995-2007 Period
Simulating Time-Histories and Pseudo-Spectral Accelerations from the 1992 Cairo Earthquake at the Proposed El-Fayoum New City Site, Egypt
Magnetic Structure of Polluted Soil Profiles from Eastern Ukraine
The Role of Seismic Methods in Investigation of Rock Mass
Finite Difference Modeling of Seismic Wave Propagation in Monoclinic Media
Kumar, S. , Narayan, J.P.
Absorbing Boundary Conditions in a Fourth-Order Accurate SH-Wave Staggered Grid Finite Difference Algorithm
Misra, A., Marangos, O.
Micromechanical Model of Rough Contact Between Rock Blocks with Application to Wave Propagation
Monitoring Ionospheric Scintillations and TEC at the Polish Polar Station on Spitsbergen: Instrumentation and Preliminary Results
Application of Predictive Regional Ionosphere Model to Medium Range RTK Positioning
Ionospheric Trough in GPS Signal
GPS Observations at Quasi-Conjugate Points under Disturbed Conditions
Comment on “Calculation of Reflection and Transmission Coefficients for qP Waves Incident on a Planar Interface Between Isotropic and Triclinic Media” by L. Li
Reply to “Comment on ‘Calculation of Reflection and Transmission Coefficients for qP Waves Incident on a Planar Interface Between Isotropic and Triclinic Media’ by A. Chattopadhyay”
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Acta Geophysica, formerly Acta Geophysica Polonica, is an international journal dealing with all fields of general and applied geophysics. This broad scope is divided into the following five groups: solid Earth sciences, hydrology, atmospheric sciences, space sciences and applied geophysics.
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