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Volume 65 (6):
Paleomagnetic Results from Northeast Anatolia: Remagnetization in Late Cretaceous Sandstones and Tectonic Rotation at the Eastern Extension of the Izmir–Ankara–Erzincan Suture Zone
Feng, S., Bo, W. , Ma, Q. , Wang, Z.
Spectral Analysis for GNSS Coordinate Time Series Using Chirp Fourier Transform
Paul, P., Kundu, S. , Mandal, D.
Effect of Surface Wave Propagation in a Four-layered Oceanic Crust Model
Spichak, V.V., Godina, A.G.
A Conceptual Model of the Copper–porphyry Ore Formation Based on Joint Analysis of Deep 3D Geophysical Models: Sorskoe Complex (Russia) Case Study
Wang, T. , Wang, D., Sun, J. , Hu, B. , Liu, C.
Closed-loop SRME Based on 3D L1-norm Sparse Inversion
Janer, C.D. , Biton, D.C. , Batac, R.C.
Incorporating Space, Time, and Magnitude Measures in a Network Characterization of Earthquake Events
Maurya, D.C., Chowksey, V. , Tiwari, P. , Chamyal, L.S.
Tectonic Geomorphology and Neotectonic Setting of the Seismically Active South Wagad Fault (SWF), Western India, Using Field and GPR Data
Kotyrba, A., Stańczyk, K.
Sensing Underground Coal Gasification by Ground Penetrating Radar
Wang, T., Wang, D. , Wang, T. , Tian, M.
Inverse Data-space Multiple Elimination with 3D Curvelet Sparsity Promotion
Monitoring Field Scale CO2 Injection from Time-lapse Seismic and Well Log, Integrating with Advanced Rock Physics Model at Cranfield EOR Site
Skupio, R., de Alemar Barberes, G.
Spectrometric Gamma Radiation of Shale Cores Applied to Sweet Spot Discrimination in Eastern Pomerania, Poland
Nordström, E., Dineva, S. , Nordlund, E.
Source Parameters of Seismic Events Potentially Associated with Damage in Block 33/34 of the Kiirunavaara Mine (Sweden)
Amini, A., Parto, A.A.
3D Numerical Simulation of Flow Field Around Twin Piles
Lepeška, T., Radecki-Pawlik, A. , Wojkowski, J. , Walega, A.
Hydric Potential of the River Basin: Prądnik, Polish Highlands
Kandel, K.P., Khadka, B. , Bhatta, K. , Schnoor, P.W. , Ghimire, B.D.
On Precursors to the Italy Earthquake M.6.2 using VLF Signal of NSY(45.9 kHz) Received at Kiel Longwave Monitor
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