Home  Special issue  Volume list  Copyright info  Editorial board  Instructions for authors  General information  Subscription information  Review criteria 

Volume 60 (4):

Grad, M., Polkowski, M.  

Seismic Wave Velocities in the Sedimentary Cover of Poland: Borehole Data Compilation

Show details  View Abstract  Text/BibTeX Reference  


Baddari, K., Frolov, A.D.  , Tourtchine, V.  , Makdeche, S.  , Rahmoune, F.  

Effect of Temperature on the Physical Precursors of Rock Block Failure

Show details  View Abstract  Text/BibTeX Reference  


Xiao, L., Mao, Z.  , Li, G.  , Jin, Y.  

Calculation of Porosity from Nuclear Magnetic Resonance and Conventional Logs in Gas-Bearing Reservoirs

Show details  View Abstract  Text/BibTeX Reference  


Hajian, A., Zomorrodian, H.  , Styles, P.  

Simultaneous Estimation of Shape Factor and Depth of Subsurface Cavities from Residual Gravity Anomalies using Feed-Forward Back-Propagation Neural Networks

Show details  View Abstract  Text/BibTeX Reference  


Tafarojnoruz, A., Gaudio, R., Calomino, F.

Bridge Pier Scour Mitigation under Steady and Unsteady Flow Conditions

Show details  View Abstract  Text/BibTeX Reference  


Kubrak, E., Kubrak, J., Rowiński, P.M.

Influence of a Method of Evaluation of the Curvature of Flexible Vegetation Elements on Vertical Distributions of Flow Velocities

Show details  View Abstract  Text/BibTeX Reference  


Romanowicz, R.J., Kulasová, A., Ředinová, J., Blazková, S.D.

Influence of Afforestation on Water Regime in Jizera Catchments, Czech Republic

Show details  View Abstract  Text/BibTeX Reference  


Asfahani, J.

Quaternary Aquifer Transmissivity Derived from Vertical Electrical Sounding Measurements in the Semi-arid Khanasser Valley Region, Syria

Show details  View Abstract  Text/BibTeX Reference  


Cieśliński, R., Major, M.

Differences in the Abiotic Parameters of Water in Coastal Lakes in the Light of the EU Water Framework Directive: An Example of the Polish Southern Baltic Coast

Show details  View Abstract  Text/BibTeX Reference  


Mandeep, J.S., Islam, M.T.

Evaluation of Statistical Tropospheric Scintillation Models Using SUPERBIRD-C Satellite for Malaysia

Show details  View Abstract  Text/BibTeX Reference  


Czechowski, L.

Thermal History and Large Scale Differentiation of the Saturn’s Satellite Rhea

Show details  View Abstract  Text/BibTeX Reference  


Rutkowska, M., Jagoda, M.

Estimation of the Elastic Earth Parameters Using SLR Data for the Low Satellites STARLETTE and STELLA

Show details  View Abstract  Text/BibTeX Reference  


Grzesiak, M., Świątek, A.

Solar Terminator-Related Ionosphere Derived from GPS TEC Measurements: A Case Study

Show details  View Abstract  Text/BibTeX Reference  


Wielgosz, P., Paziewski, J., Krankowski, A.  , Kroszczyński, K.  , Figurski, M.  

Results of the Application of Tropospheric Corrections from Different Troposphere Models for Precise GPS Rapid Static Positioning

Show details  View Abstract  Text/BibTeX Reference  


Volume 60 (4):

Back to the previous page    Back to the index
Quick search



Search string:


Important files for contributors

Acta Geophysica - Microsoft Word Template

Download: Microsoft Word template (.dotx)


Acta Geophysica - License to Publish

Download: License_to_Publish (.pdf)


Impact factor

Impact factor: 0.968 (2016)

Journal Citation Reports, Thomson Reuters



Acta Geophysica

Dear Colleagues,

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.

With best regards,

Editorial Board of Acta Geophysica

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.


Full texts are available at Springer:



Acta Geophysica has been covered by the Science Citation Index-Expanded since 2007.

Acta Geophysica is open to all kinds of manuscripts including research and review articles, short communications, comments to published papers, letters to the Editor as well as book reviews. Some of the issues are fully devoted to particular topics; we do encourage proposals for such topical issues.

We accept submissions from scientists world-wide, offering high scientific and editorial standard and comprehensive treatment of the discussed topics.


Copyright and ownership:

Institute of Geophysics, Polish Academy of Sciences


Supported by:

Committee of Geophysics, Polish Academy of Sciences



Linguistic editing of English versions of papers for Acta Geophysica and internet publication of volumes 64 and 65 of Acta Geophysica are, according to the agreement 684/P-DUN/2016, cofunded by the Ministry of Science and Higher Education from the funds designated for popularization of science.


Co-published by:

Co-published by Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg


Distribution rights:

Springer Science + Bussiness Media, Inc.


Printed in Poland

Powered by:

http://www.php.net       http://www.mysql.org

AG Homepage prepared by:
Grzegorz Kwiatek