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Volume 64 (3):
Chelidze, T.L., Shengelia, I. , Zhukova, N. , Matcharashvili, T. , Melikadze, G. , Kobzev, G.
M9 Tohoku Earthquake Hydro- and Seismic Response in the Caucasus and North Turkey
High-Resolution Seismic Characterization of Shallow Gas Accumulations in the Southern Shelf of Marmara Sea, Turkey
Using Vertical Electrical Soundings for Characterizing Hydrogeological and Tectonic Settings in Deir El-Adas Area, Yarmouk Basin, Syria
Sun, Q., Zhang, W. , Su. T. , Zhu, S.
Variation of Wave Velocity and Porosity of Sandstone after High Temperature Heating
Wavelet Characteristics of Hydrological and Dissolved Oxygen Time Series in a Lowland River
Bouderbala, A., Remini, B. , Saaed Hamoudi, A. , Pulido-Bosch, A.
Application of Multivariate Statistical Techniques for Characterization of Groundwater Quality in the Coastal Aquifer of Nador, Tipaza (Algeria)
Scour Downstream of Grade Control Structures under the Influence of Upward Seepage
Spatial Distribution of Carbonaceous Aerosol in the Southeastern Baltic Sea Region (Event of Grass Fires)
Zheng, W., Wang, Z. , Ding, Y. , Li, Z.
Accurate Establishment of Error Models for the Satellite Gravity Gradiometry Recovery and Requirements Analysis for the Future GOCE Follow-On Mission
Pandey, U., Singh, A.K. , Singh, O.P. , Singh, B. , Saraswat, V.K.
A Study of Early/Slow VLF Perturbations Observed at Agra, India
Jimoh, O.E., Yesufu, T.K. , Ariyibi, E.A.
Investigation of Ionospheric Response to Geomagnetic Storms over a Low Latitude Station, Ile-Ife, Nigeria
Pundhir, D., Singh, B. , Singh, O.P. , Gupta, S.K.
Anomalous Variations of Ionosphere Associated with the Strong Earthquake at Pakistan-Iran Border at a Low Latitude Station Agra, India
Sapundjiev, D., Stankov, S.M.
Statistical Analysis and Modeling of the Local Ionospheric Critical Frequency: A Mid-latitude Single-Station Model for Use in Forecasting
Prospects for Solar and Space Weather Research with Polish Part of the LOFAR Telescope
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