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Volume 50 (4):

Volume 50 (4):

Guterch, A., Grad, M.

Lithospheric structure of the Trans-European Suture Zone in Poland from POLONAISE'97 experiment

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Ernst, T., Jankowski, J.  , Jóźwiak, W.  , Lefeld, J.  , Logvinov, I.  

Geoelectrical model along a profile across the Tornquist-Teisseyre zone in southeastern Poland

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Semenov, V.Yu., Jankowski, J.  , Jóźwiak, W.  

New evidence of the anomalously conductive mantle beneath the Tornquist-Teisseyre zone in Poland

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Kulik, S., Burakhovich, T.  , Khazan, Y.  

Electrical conductivity anomalies in the crust and upper mantle of the Ukraine

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Logvinov, I.

Applying the horizontal spatial gradient method for the deep conductivity estimations in the Ukraine

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Ladanivskyy, B. T.  , Jankowski, J.  , Ernst, T., Kobzova, V.M., Rusiniak, L.  

Physical modelling of the induction vectors above the structures including 3D blocks in the crust

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Zhamaletdinov, A.A., Semenov, V.Yu., Shevtsov, A.  , Tokarev, A.D.  , Bobachev, A.  

Geoelectrical structure of the Baltic shield and its vicinity through the lithosphere and mantle

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Shuman, V., Kulik, S.

The fundamental relations of impedance type in general theories of the electromagnetic induction studies

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Pek, J.

Spectral magnetotelluric impedances for an anisotropic layered conductor

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Hvozdara, M., Vozar, J.  

Auxiliary 3-D electromagnetic induction models for the mantle diapir in the Pannonian Basin

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Cerv, V., Kovacikova, S.  , Pek, J.  , Pecova, J.  , Praus, O.  

Modelling of conductivity structures generating anomalous induction at the eastern margin of the Bohemian Massif and the West Carpathians

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