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Volume 64 (5):
Hybrid-Empirical Ground Motion Estimations for Georgia
Yang, W. , Chen, Z., Hou, Z. , Yu, C.
Three Dimensional Crustal Density Structure of Central Asia and its Geological Implications
Baddari, K., Bellalem, F. , Baddari, I. , Makdeche, S.
Some Probabilistic and Statistical Properties of the Seismic Regime of Zemmouri (Algeria) Seismoactive Zone
Recent Efforts Toward the Establishment of the Lonjsko Polje Geomagnetic Observatory
Effect of Corrugation and Reinforcement on the Dispersion of SH-wave Propagation in Corrugated Poroelastic Layer Lying over a Fibre-reinforced Half-space
Jayalakshmi, S., Raghukanth, S.T.G.
Intra Plate Stresses Using Finite Element Modelling
Plado, J., Preeden, U. , Joeleht, A. , Pesonen, L.J. , Mertanen, S.
Palaeomagnetism of Middle Ordovician Carbonate Sequence, Vaivara Sinimäed Area, Northeast Estonia, Baltica
Araszkiewicz, A., Figurski, M. , Jarosiński, M.
Erroneous GNSS Strain Rate Patterns and their Application to Investigate the Tectonic Credibility of GNSS Velocities
Huang, H., Fan, P. , Li, J. , Wang, M. , Rong, X.
A Theoretical Explanation for Rock Core Disking in Triaxial Unloading Test by Considering Local Tensile Stress
Yavorovich, L.V. , Bespalko, A.A. , Fedotov, P.I., Baksht, R.B.
Electromagnetic Radiation Generated by Acoustic Excitation of Rock Samples
Madahizadeh, R. , Mostafazadeh, M., Ashkpour-Motlagh, S.
Earthquake Potential in the Zagros Region, Iran
Tectonic Plate Parameters Estimated in the International Terrestrial Reference Frame ITRF2008 Based on SLR Stations
Long-term Geomechanical Observation in the Jeroným Mine
Spectral Decomposition Using the CEEMD Method: a Case Study from the Carpathian Foredeep
New Relations of Water Saturation’s Calculus from Well Logs
Kamislioglu, M., Kulahci, F.
Chaotic Behavior of Soil Radon Gas and Applications
Application of Multichannel Analysis of Surface Waves to S-Phase Wave Anisotropy Estimation
Yan, H., Yang, L. , Dai, H. , Li, X.Y.
Implementation of Elastic Prestack Reverse-Time Migration Using an Efficient Finite-Difference Scheme
Susić, Z., Toljić, M. , Bulatović, V. , Ninkov, T. , Stojadinović, U.
Present-day Horizontal Mobility in the Serbian Part of the Pannonian Basin; Inferences from the Geometric Analysis of Deformations
Miernik, K. , Bogacz, A. , Kozubal, A. , Danek, T., Wojdyła, M.
Pareto Joint Inversion of 2D Magnetotelluric and Gravity Data – Towards Practical Applications
Moradpouri, F., Moradzadeh, A. , Pestana, R.C. , Soleimani Monfared, M.
Seismic Reverse Time Migration Using A New Wave-Field Extrapolator and a New Imaging Condition
Gwizdała, M., Jeleńska, M. , Łęczyński, L.
Magnetometry as a Tool to Estimate the Pollution of Marine Environment Around Small Shipwrecks (Gulf of Gdańsk) – Preliminary Results
Removal of Random Noise in Seismic Data by Time-varying Window-length Time-frequency Peak Filtering
Study of Site Effect at Seismic Station Located in Undermined Area of Karviná Region (Czech Republic)
Extreme Historical Droughts in the South-Eastern Alps − Analyses Based on Standardised Precipitation Index
Sensitivity Analysis and Calibration of a Rainfall-Runoff Model with the Combined Use of EPA-SWMM and Genetic Algorithm
Maddahi, M.R., Afzalimehr, H. , Rowiński, P.M.
Flow Characteristics over a Gravel Bedform: Kaj River Case Study
Time-averaged Turbulent Flow Characteristics over a Highly Spatially Heterogeneous Gravel-Bed
Use of Entropy in the Assessment of Uncertainty of River Runoff Regime in Poland
Precipitation Type Specific Radar Reflectivity-rain Rate Relationships for Warsaw, Poland
Posyniak, M. , Szkop, A. , Pietruczuk, A., Podgórski, J. , Krzyścin, J.
The Long-Term (1964-2014) Variability of Aerosol Optical Thickness and its Impact on Solar Irradiance Based on the Data Taken at Belsk, Poland
Struzewska, J., Jefimow, M.
A 15-Year Analysis of Surface Ozone Pollution in the Context of Hot Spells Episodes over Poland
GPS Amplitude Scintillations over Kampala, Uganda, During 2010-2011
Automatic Mexico Gulf Oil Spill Detection from Radarsat-2 SAR Satellite Data Using Genetic Algorithm
Nabawy, B.S., Rochette, P.
A Preliminary Study On the Electrical Signatures of Some Iron and Stony Meteorites and Their Dependence On Nickel Content
Li, S., Li, L. , Peng, J.
Variability of Ionospheric TEC and the Performance of the IRI-2012 Model at the BJFS Station, China
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