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Volume 63 (2):
Noise Reduction in Radon Monitoring Data Using Kalman Filter and Application of Results in Earthquake Precursory Process Research
Grad, M., Polkowski, M. , Wilde-Piórko, M. , Suchcicki, J. , Arant, T.
Passive Seismic Experiment
Release-Rebound Processes: Vector Motions
Induction Sounding of the Earth’s Mantle at a New Russian Geophysical Observatory
Effect of Time on Dynamic Shear Modulus of Selected Cohesive Soil of One Section of Express Way No. S2 in Warsaw
Redatuming Operators Analysis in Homogeneous Media
Li, C., Dai, Y. , Zhao, J. , Zhou, S. , Yin, J. , Xue, D.
Remote Sensing Monitoring of Volcanic Ash Clouds Based on PCA Method
Wu, W., Tong, M. , Niu, W. , Luo, L.
Influences of Al, Mg, and K on Calculating Concentrations of Other Formation Elements and Their Corrections in Geochemical Logging
Method for Identifying Micro-seismic P-Arrival by Time-frequency Analysis Using Intrinsic Time-Scale Decomposition
Hydrodynamic Equilibrium for Sediment Transport and Bed Response to Wave Motion
Scales of Turbulent Eddies in a Compound Channel
Pierini, J.O., Restrepo, J.C. , Lovallo, M. , Telesca, L.
Discriminating Between Different Streamflow Regimes by Using the Fisher–Shannon Method: An Application to the Colombia Rivers
Testing Texture of VHR Panchromatic Data as a Feature of Land Cover Classification
Estimation of Apollo Lunar Dust Transport using Optical Extinction Measurements
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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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