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Volume 56 (2):

Teisseyre, R.

Introduction to asymmetric continuum: dislocations in solids and extreme phenomena in fluids

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Bykov, V.G.

Stick-slip and strain waves in the physics of earthquake rupture: experiments and models

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Rybicki, K.R., Yamashita, T.

Constrains on stresses in isotropic homogeneous infinite half-spaces being in welded contact: 2D anti-plane and in-plane cases

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Papadimitriou, E.E., Karakostas, V.G.

Rupture model of the great AD 365 Crete earthquake in the southwestern part of the Hellenic Arc

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Paudyal, H., Singh, H.N.  , Shanker, D., Singh, V.P.  

Stress pattern in two seismogenic sources in Nepal-Himalaya and its vicinity

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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

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Korrat, I.M., Gharib, A.A.  , Abou Elenean, K.A., Hussein, H.M., El Gabry, M.N.

Spectral characteristics of natural and artificial seismic events in the Lop Nor test site, China

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Varamashvili, N.  , Chelidze, T., Lursmanashvili, O.  

Phase synchronization of slips by periodical (tangential and normal) mechanical forcing in the spring-slider model

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Majewska, Z., Ziętek, J,

Acoustic emission and volumetric strain induced in coal by the displacement sorption of methane and carbone dioxide

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Wiszniowski, J., Hościłowicz, M.  , Skrzyński, A.  , Suchcicki, J.  , Teisseyre, K.P.  

Differential calibration of seismometers for measurement of rotation and strain

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Kouris, S.S.

Thresholds of TEC variability describing the plasmaspheric disturbed state

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Coleman, S.E., Nikora, V.I., Melville, B.W., Goring, D.G., Clunie (Dougal), T.M., Friedrich, H.

SWAT.nz: New-Zealand-based “Sand Waves and Turbulence” experimental programme

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Kiamehr, R., Eshagh, M., Sjöberg, L.E.

Interpretation of general geophysical patterns in Iran based on GRACE gradient component analysis

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Jankowski, J., Jóźwiak, W., Vozár, J.

Arguments for ionic nature of the Carpathian electric conductivity anomaly

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Al-Oufi, A., Mustafa, H.A.  , Al-Tarazi, E., Abu Rajab, J.

Exploration of the extension of two lava tubes, faults and dikes using very low frequency-electromagnetic technique in NE Jordan

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Marcak, H., Gołębiowski, T.

Changes of GPR spectra due to the presence of hydrocarbon contamination in the ground

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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

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Li, L.

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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