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Volume 55 (4):

Błęcki, J., Wronowski, R.  , Parrot, M.  , Savin, S.P.  

Nonlinear plasma wave processes observed in the polar cusp

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Chukwuma, V.U.

On the geomagnetic and ionospheric responses to an intense storm associated with weak IMF Bz and high solar wind dynamic pressure

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Krankowski, A., Shagimuratov, I.I., Baran, L.W.  , Yakimova, G.  

The structure of the mid- and high-latitude ionosphere during the November 2004 storm event obtained from GPS observations

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Abdullah, M., Strangeways, H.J., Walsh, D.M.A.  

Effects of ionospheric horizontal gradients on differential GPS

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Zakharenkova, I.E., Shagimuratov, I.I., Krankowski, A.

Features of the ionosphere behavior before the Kythira 2006 earthquake

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Teisseyre, K.P.

Analysis of a group of seismic events using rotational components

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Acharya, D.P., Maji, Ch.  

Effect of surface stress on magneto-elastic surface waves in finitely conducting media

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Paradisopoulou, P.M., Garlaouni, Ch.G., Jin, X., Papadimitriou, E.E., Karakostas, V.G., Yang, J.  

Application of the stress evolutionary model along the Xiaojiang fault zone in Yunnan Province, Southeast China

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Vaněk, J.  , Kozák, J.

First macroseismic map with geological background (composed by L.H. Jeitteles)

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Dolgikh, G.I., Dolgikh, S.G.  , Kovalev, S.N.  , Ovcharenko, V.V.  , Chupin, V.A.  , Shvets, V.A.  , Yakovenko, S.V.  

Experimental estimate of a relation between sea wave energies and the Earth’s crust microdeformations

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Pospelova, G.A., Król, E., Levkovskaya, G.M.  , Kruczyk, J.  , Kądziałko-Hofmokl, M.  , Kulakov, S.A.  

Magnetic, paleomagnetic and palynologic studies of Paleolithic depositions of the Akhshtyrskaya cave (Russia)

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Poręba, A., Zuberek, W.M., Nogaj-Chachaj, J.  , Kotyrba, A.  , Siwek, S.  

Archaeological objects in loesses recognized by GPR research at the site Karmanowice, Poland

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Strupczewski, W.G., Kochanek, K., Singh, V.P.

On the informative value of the largest sample element of log-Gumbel distribution

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