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Volume 56 (2):
Introduction to asymmetric continuum: dislocations in solids and extreme phenomena in fluids
Stick-slip and strain waves in the physics of earthquake rupture: experiments and models
Constrains on stresses in isotropic homogeneous infinite half-spaces being in welded contact: 2D anti-plane and in-plane cases
Rupture model of the great AD 365 Crete earthquake in the southwestern part of the Hellenic Arc
Stress pattern in two seismogenic sources in Nepal-Himalaya and its vicinity
Domański, B., Gibowicz, S.J.
Comparison of source parameters estimated in the frequency and time domains for seismic events at the Rudna copper mine, Poland
Spectral characteristics of natural and artificial seismic events in the Lop Nor test site, China
Varamashvili, N. , Chelidze, T., Lursmanashvili, O.
Phase synchronization of slips by periodical (tangential and normal) mechanical forcing in the spring-slider model
Acoustic emission and volumetric strain induced in coal by the displacement sorption of methane and carbone dioxide
Wiszniowski, J., Hościłowicz, M. , Skrzyński, A. , Suchcicki, J. , Teisseyre, K.P.
Differential calibration of seismometers for measurement of rotation and strain
Thresholds of TEC variability describing the plasmaspheric disturbed state
SWAT.nz: New-Zealand-based “Sand Waves and Turbulence” experimental programme
Interpretation of general geophysical patterns in Iran based on GRACE gradient component analysis
Arguments for ionic nature of the Carpathian electric conductivity anomaly
Exploration of the extension of two lava tubes, faults and dikes using very low frequency-electromagnetic technique in NE Jordan
Changes of GPR spectra due to the presence of hydrocarbon contamination in the ground
Chau, N.D., Jodłowski, P. , Kalita, S.J. , Olko, P. , Chruściel, E. , Maksymowicz, A. , Waligórski, M., Bilski, P., Budzanowski, M.
Natural radiation and its hazard in copper ore mines in Poland
LETTER TO THE EDITOR: Calculation of reflection and transmission coefficients for qP waves incident on a planar interface between isotropic and triclinic media
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