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Volume 64 (2):
Professor Adam Marian Dziewoński (1936-2016). Obituary
On Data Interpolation at Three Croatian Repeat Stations by Using the Spherical Elementary Currents Systems Method
Muthuganeisan, P. , Raghukanth, S.T.G.
Site-specific Probabilistic Seismic Hazard Map of Himachal Pradesh, India. Part I. Site-specific Ground Motion Relations
Assessment of the Relative Largest Earthquake Hazard Level in the NW Himalaya and its Adjacent Region
Hachani, F., Balti, H. , Kadri, A. , Gasmi, M.
Gravity Data from the Teboursouk Area (“Diapirs Zone”, Northern Tunisia): Characterization of Deep Structures and Updated Tectonic Pattern
Azad, M.-R. , Koneshloo, M., Kamakar Rouhani, A. , Aghajani, H.
Comparison of Factorial Kriging Analysis Method and Upward Continuation Filter to Recognize Subsurface Structures – A Case Study: Gravity Data from a Hydrocarbon Field in the Southeast Sedimentary Basins of the East Vietnam Sea
New Methods for Modeling Laterolog Resistivity Corrections
ELRIS2D: A MATLAB Package for the 2D Inversion of DC Resistivity/IP Data
Guo, J., Mu, D. , Liu, X. , Yan, H. , Sun, Z. , Guo, B.
Water Storage Changes over the Tibetan Plateau Revealed by GRACE Mission
Romanowicz, R.J., Bogdanowicz, E,. Debele, S.E. , Doroszkiewicz, J. , Hisdal, H., Lawrence, D. , Meresa, H.K., Napiórkowski, J.J. , Osuch, M., Strupczewski, W.G. , Wilson, D., Wong, W.K.
Climate Change Impact on Hydrological Extremes: Preliminary Results from the Polish-Norwegian Project
Barbu, N., Burada, C. , Stefan, S. , Georgescu, F.
Changes in the Large-Scale Atmospheric Circulation over Romania Between 1961 and 2010 on Seasonal Basis
Application of Gravity Gradients in the Process of GOCE Orbit Determination
Mid-Latitude Single Station F region Storm Morphology and Forecast
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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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