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Volume 62 (1):
Saenger, E.H., Madonna, C. , Frehner, M. , Almqvist, B.S.G.
Numerical Support of Laboratory Experiments: Attenuation and Velocity Estimations
Magnetotelluric Inversion for Azimuthally Anisotropic Resistivities Employing Artificial Neural Networks
Generation of SH-Type Waves Due to Shearing Stress Discontinuity in a Sandy Layer Overlying an Isotropic and Inhomogeneous Elastic Half-Space
Analysis of Largest Earthquakes in Turkey and its Vicinity by Application of the Gumbel III Distribution
The Application of Well Logging and Seismic Modeling to Assess the Degree of Gas Saturation in Miocene Strata (Carpathian Foredeep, Poland)
Xiao, L., Liu, X.-P. , Zou, C.-C. , Hu, X.-X. , Mao, Z.-Q. , Shi, Y.-J. , Guo, H.-P., Li, G.-R.
Comparative Study of Models for Predicting Permeability from Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (NMR) Logs in Two Chinese Tight Sandstone Reservoirs
Determination of Aquifer Geometry Through Geophysical Methods: A Case Study From Quetta Valley, Pakistan
Shaban, A. , Telesca, L., Darwich, T. , Amacha, N.
Analysis of Long-Term Fluctuations in Stream Flow Time Series: An Application to Litani River, Lebanon
A Large Eddy Based Lattice-Boltzmann Simulation of Velocity Distribution in an Open Channel Flow with Rigid and Flexible Vegetation
Acharya, N., Kulkarni, M.A. , Mohanty, U.C. , Singh, A.
Comparative Evaluation of Performances of Two Versions of NCEP Climate Forecast System in Predicting Indian Summer Monsoon Rainfall
Suparta, W., Fraser, G.J.
A Case Study of Relationship between GPS PWV and Solar Variability during the Declining Phase of Solar Cycle 23
Sub-monthly Gravity Field Recovery from Simulated Multi-GRACE Mission Type
Swiatek, A., Stanislawska, I. , Zbyszynski, Z. , Dziak-Jankowska, B.
Extension of EGNOS Ionospheric Correction Coverage Area
Acknowledgments for 2012-2013 Referees
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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.
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