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Volume 33 (3):

Volume 33 (3):

Kijko, A.  

Theoretical model for a relationship between mining seismicity and excavation area

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Gibowicz, S.J.

Seismic moment and seismic energy of mining tremors in the Lubin Copper Basin in Poland

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Grad, M.

A note on the application of the Wiechert-Herglotz method and modelling in studies of the Earth's crust by deep seismic sounding

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Kijko, A.  , Dessokey, M.M.  , Kebeasy, R.M.  , Haseab, G.H.  

Preliminary estimation of seismic hazard in the Aswan Lake area in Egypt

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Jeleńska, M.

Paleomagnetism of Permo-Carboniferous sediments of Spitsbergen, Svalbard Archipelago

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Krzyścin, J.

Wave-induced disturbances of momentum and heat flux in the atmosphere over growing sea surface waves

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Rączkowski, W.  , Wójcik, A.  , Zuchiewicz, W.  

Neotectonic sections across the Polish Carpathians

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De, S.  

Shear modes in a system composed of liquid and half-space under high initial stresses

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Roy, P.P.  

A simplified approach to the propagation of edge waves in a thinly layered laminated plate with couple stresses under biaxial initial stresses

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From 1st January 2017 the formula of Acta Geophysica will be changed. It will be published in cooperation with Springer Company. As a consequence, Acta Geophysica will no longer be an open access journal but it will be one of the Springer Platform journals. Although the publication of articles in Acta Geophysica will still be free of charge, the access to them will be limited to Springer Platform subscribers. As an option Springer enables all authors so called Open Choice program that allows an open access publication of articles. This option is free of charge for researchers in many European countries.

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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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