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DETERMINING THE MAXIMUM DEGREE OF HARMONIC COEFFICIENTS IN GEOPOTENTIAL MODELS BY MONTE CARLO METHODS
LAMÉ SURFACES AS A GENERALISATION OF THE TRIAXIAL ELLIPSOID
COMPARISON OF THE QUALITIES OF RECENT GLOBAL AND LOCAL GRAVIMETRIC GEOID MODELS IN IRAN
ANALYTICAL PARTIAL DERIVATIVES OF THE PHASE- AND GROUP VELOCITIES FOR RAYLEIGH WAVES PROPAGATING IN A LAYER ON A HALF-SPACE
SIMULATING STRONG GROUND MOTION FROM COMPLEX SOURCES BY RECIPROCAL GREEN FUNCTIONS
RESOLUTION TESTS OF GLOBAL GEODYNAMIC MODELS BY TRAVEL-TIME TOMOGRAPHY
PENNY-SHAPED FRACTURES REVISITED*
NUMERICAL MODEL OF CONVECTION IN SILLS
MODELLING OF THE CONDUCTANCE DISTRIBUTION AT THE EASTERN MARGIN OF THE EUROPEAN HERCYNIDES
ONGOING PASSIVE SEISMIC EXPERIMENTS UNRAVEL DEEP LITHOSPHERE STRUCTURE OF THE BOHEMIAN MASSIF
Methods of Celestial Mechanics, Volume I
Computational Earthquake Science, Part I, edited by A. Donnellan, P. Mora, M. Matsuura and X. Yin. Pure Appl. Geophys., 161, (2004). Birkhauser Verlag, Basel-Boston-Berlin, ISBN 3-7643-7142-0