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Volume 65 (1):
Centimeter-level precise orbit determination for the HY-2A satellite using DORIS and SLR tracking data
Sibsonian and non-Sibsonian natural neighbour interpolation of the total electron content value
Interference of an upstream pier on local scour at downstream piers
Zheng, J., Lu, J.R. , Jiang, T.Q. , Liang, Z.
Microseismic event denoising via adaptive directional vector median filters
Li, J., Huang, H. , Wang, M.
A theoretical derivation of the dilatancy equation for brittle rocks based on Maxwell model
Szwed, M., Pińskwar, I. , Kundzewicz, Z.W. , Graczyk, D. , Mezghani, A.
Changes of snow cover in Poland
Spatio-temporal assessments of rockburst hazard combining b values and seismic tomography
Meilutyté-Lukauskiené, D., Akstinas, V. , Kriaučiŭniené, J. , Šarauskiené, D. , Jurgelénaité, A.
Insight into variability of spring and flash flood events in Lithuania
Gegenhuber, N., Kienler, M.
Improved petrographic-coded model and its evaluation to determine a thermal conductivity log
Baiyegunhi, C., Gwavava, O.
Magnetic investigation and 2.5 D gravity profile modelling across the Beattie magnetic anomaly in the southeastern Karoo Basin, South Africa
Gupta, S. , Ahmed, M., Pramanik, A.
Shear waves in elastic medium with void pores welded between vertically inhomogeneous and anisotropic magnetoelastic semi-infinite media
Volcanic ash cloud detection from MODIS image based on CPIWS method
Forced oscillation measurements of seismic attenuation in fluid saturated sandstone
Automatic scaling of critical frequency foF2 from ionograms recorded at São José dos Campos, Brazil: a comparison between Autoscala and UDIDA tools
Magnetoelastic shear wave propagation in pre-stressed anisotropic media under gravity
Sakkas, V., Lagios, E.
Ground deformation effects from the ~M6 earthquakes (2014-2015) on Cephalonia–Ithaca Islands (Western Greece) deduced by GPS observations
Kowalczyk, S., Żukowska, K.A. , Mendecki, M.J. , Łukasiak, D.
Application of electrical resistivity imaging (ERI) for the assessment of peat properties: a case study of the Całowanie Fen, Central Poland
Kara, I. , Bal, O. , Tekkeli, A.B. , Karcioğlu, G.
A different method for interpretation of magnetic anomalies due to 2-D dipping dikes
Console, R., Nardi, A. , Carluccio, R. , Murru, M. , Falcone, G. , Parsons, T.
A physics-based earthquake simulator and its application to seismic hazard assessment in Calabria (Southern Italy) region
Kaczmarek, Ł., Wejrzanowski, T. , Skibiński, J. , Maksimczuk, M. , Krzyżak, A.
High-resolution computed microtomography for the characterization of a diffusion tensor imaging phantom
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