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Special volume 65 (4): Special Section: Impacts of climate and land use change on hydrological processes; Guest Editor: Renata J. Romanowicz, pp. 785-892
Vermeulen, P., Kijko, A.
More statistical tools for maximum possible earthquake magnitude estimation
Farahi Ghasre Aboonasr, S., Zamani, A. , Razavipour, F. , Boostani, R.
Earthquake Hazard Assessment in the Zagros Orogenic Belt of Iran Using a Fuzzy Rule-based Model
Eppelbaum, L., Katz, Y.
A New Regard on the Tectonic Map of the Arabian–African Region Inferred from the Satellite Gravity Analysis
Interpretation of Magnetic Anomalies Using a Genetic Algorithm
Duan, P., Liu, G. , Tu, Y. , Huang, C.
Detection of Antarctic Oscillation Signals in Earth’s Oblateness Variations
Liebenberg, K. , Smit, A., Coetzee, S. , Kijko, A.
A GIS Approach to Seismic Risk Assessment with an Application to Mining-Related Seismicity in Johannesburg, South Africa
Varotsos, C.A., Efstathiou, M.N. , Cracknell, A.P.
On the Association of Aerosol Optical Depth and Total Ozone Fluctuations with Recent Earthquakes in Greece
Shi, Y., Jing, H. , Zhang, W. , Ning, D.
Suppressing Multiples Using an Adaptive Multichannel Filter Based on L1-norm
Integrated Core-log Interpretation of Wenchuan Earthquake Fault Scientific Drilling Project Borehole 4 (WFSD-4)
Szijártó, M., Balázs, L. , Drahos, D. , Galsa, A.
Numerical Sensitivity Test of Three-Electrode Laterolog Borehole Tool
Godah, W., Szelachowska, M. , Kryński, J.
On the Analysis of Temporal Geoid Height Variations Obtained from GRACE-Based GGMs over the Area of Poland
Zhang, K. , Lü, Q., Yan, J. , Hu, H. , Fu, G.
The Electrical Resistivity Signature of a Fault Controlling Gold Mineralization and the Implications for Mesozoic Mineralization: a Case Study from the Jiaojia Fault, Eastern China
Tomecka-Suchoń, S., Żogała, B. , Gołębiowski, T. , Dzik, G. , Dzik, T. , Jochymczyk, K.
Application of Electrical and Electromagnetic Methods to Study Sedimentary Covers in High Mountain Areas
Feng, L., Zhang, Y.
Dispersion Calculation Method Based on S-Transform and Coordinate Rotation for Love Channel Waves with Two Components
Porosity and Hydraulic Conductivity Estimation of the Basaltic Aquifer in Southern Syria by Using Nuclear and Electrical Well Logging Techniques
Tadivaka, R.V. , Paruchuri, B.P. , Miriyala, S., Koppireddi, P.R. , Devanaboyina, V.R.
Detection of Ionospheric Scintillation Effects Using LMD–DFA
The Impacts of Changes in Climate and Land Use on Hydrological Processes. Preface to The Special Section
Climate-driven Changes to Streamflow Patterns in a Groundwater-dominated Catchment
Kundzewicz, Z.W., Stoffel, M., Ruiz-Villanueva, V., Ballesteros-Cánovas, J.A. , Wyżga, B. , Niedźwiedź, T., Kaczka, R., Łupikasza, E., Spyt, B., Janecka, K. , Pińskwar, I., Choryński, A. , Zawiejska, J. , Mikuś, P., Hajdukiewicz, H.
Changes of Flood Risk on the Northern Foothills of the Tatra Mountains
Piniewski, M., Meresa, H.K. , Romanowicz, R. , Osuch, M. , Szcześniak, M., Kardel, I., Okruszko, T. , Mezghani, A. , Kundzewicz, Z.W.
What Can We Learn from the Projections of Changes of Flow Patterns? Results from Polish Case Studies
Meresa, H.K., Romanowicz, R. , Napiórkowski, J.
Understanding Changes and Trends in Projected Hydroclimatic Indices in Selected Norwegian and Polish Catchments
Doroszkiewicz, J., Romanowicz, R.
Guidelines for the Adaptation to Floods in Changing Climate
Debele, S.E., Strupczewski, W.G. , Bogdanowicz, E.
A Comparison of Three Approaches to Non-stationary Flood Frequency Analysis
Debele, S.E., Bogdanowicz, E. , Strupczewski, W.G.
Around and About an Application of the GAMLSS Package to Non-stationary Flood Frequency Analysis
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