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Volume 65 (6):

Çinku, M.C.

Paleomagnetic Results from Northeast Anatolia: Remagnetization in Late Cretaceous Sandstones and Tectonic Rotation at the Eastern Extension of the Izmir–Ankara–Erzincan Suture Zone

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Feng, S., Bo, W.  , Ma, Q.  , Wang, Z.  

Spectral Analysis for GNSS Coordinate Time Series Using Chirp Fourier Transform

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Paul, P., Kundu, S.  , Mandal, D.  

Effect of Surface Wave Propagation in a Four-layered Oceanic Crust Model

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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

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Wang, T.  , Wang, D., Sun, J.  , Hu, B.  , Liu, C.  

Closed-loop SRME Based on 3D L1-norm Sparse Inversion

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Janer, C.D.  , Biton, D.C.  , Batac, R.C.

Incorporating Space, Time, and Magnitude Measures in a Network Characterization of Earthquake Events

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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

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Kotyrba, A., Stańczyk, K.  

Sensing Underground Coal Gasification by Ground Penetrating Radar

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Wang, T., Wang, D.  , Wang, T.  , Tian, M.  

Inverse Data-space Multiple Elimination with 3D Curvelet Sparsity Promotion

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Ghosh, R.

Monitoring Field Scale CO2 Injection from Time-lapse Seismic and Well Log, Integrating with Advanced Rock Physics Model at Cranfield EOR Site

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Skupio, R., de Alemar Barberes, G.  

Spectrometric Gamma Radiation of Shale Cores Applied to Sweet Spot Discrimination in Eastern Pomerania, Poland

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Nordström, E., Dineva, S.  , Nordlund, E.  

Source Parameters of Seismic Events Potentially Associated with Damage in Block 33/34 of the Kiirunavaara Mine (Sweden)

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Amini, A., Parto, A.A.  

3D Numerical Simulation of Flow Field Around Twin Piles

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Lepeška, T., Radecki-Pawlik, A.  , Wojkowski, J.  , Walega, A.  

Hydric Potential of the River Basin: Prądnik, Polish Highlands

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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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