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Special volume 58 (5): Multi-Disciplinary Research on Geo- and Man-Made Hazards; Guest Editors: Elefteria E. Papadimitriou and Sedat Inan

Papadimitriou, E.E., İnan, S.

Multi-Disciplinary Research on Geo- and Man-Made Hazards. Preface to the Topical Issue

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Freund, F.

Toward a Unified Solid State Theory for Pre-Earthquake Signals

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İnan, S., Seyis, C., Kulak, F., Dikbaş, A., Tan, O. , Ergintav, S., Çakmak, R., Yörük, A., Çergel, M., Yakan, H.  , Ertekin, K.  , Şimşek, Ş., Karakuş, H.  , Saatçilar, R.  , Akçiğ, Z.  , İravul, Y., Tüzel, B.  

Multi-Disciplinary Earthquake Researches in Western Turkey: Hints to Select Sites to Study Geochemical Transients Associated to Seismicity

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Ramola, R.C.

Relation Between Spring Water Radon Anomalies and Seismic Activity in Garhwal Himalaya

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İnan, S., Seyis, C.

Soil Radon Observations as Possible Earthquake Precursors in Turkey

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Karakostas, V.G., Papadimitriou, E.E.

Fault Complexity Associated with the 14 August 2003 Mw6.2 Lefkada, Greece, Aftershock Sequence

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Erdik, M., Sesetyan, K., Demircioglu, M., Hancilar, U., Zulfikar,C., Cakti, E., Kamer, Y., Yenidogan, C., Tuzun, C., Cagnan, Z., Harmandar, E.

Rapid Earthquake Hazard and Loss Assessment for Euro-Mediterranean Region

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Walia, D., Lyngdoh, A.C., Saxena, A.

Seismotectonic Zones Demarcation in the Shillong Plateau Using the Microearthquakes and Radon Emanation Rate

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Walia, D., Mipun, B.S.

Hydrological Behavior of Umshing River, East Khasi Hills, Meghalaya

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Steinhäusler, F.

Geohazards Due to Technologically Enhanced Natural Radioactive Wastes

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Seyis, C., İnan, S., Streil, T.

Ground and Indoor Radon Measurements in a Geothermal Area

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Cosma, C., Papp, B., Moldovan, M., Cosma, V., Cindea, C., Suciu, L., Apostu, A.

Measurement of Radon Potential from Soil Using a Special Method of Sampling

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Sainz, C., Fuente, I., Quindós, L., Gutierrez, J.L., Arteche, J.L., Quindós, L.S.

Analysis of the Contribution of Natural Sources of Radiation to the Total Dose Received by Workers. Short Communication

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