3 edition of Index to Geophysical Abstracts 168-171, 1957. found in the catalog.
Index to Geophysical Abstracts 168-171, 1957.
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The United States Geological Survey (USGS) is a scientific organization created inand is part of the U.S. government. Their scientists explore our environment and ecosystemsAuthors: D. Vitaliano, M. Rabbitt. INDEX TO GEOPHYSICAL ABSTRACTSAbstract Bentz, Alfred, and Closs, Hans.
Developments in geophysical and geological exploration for oil in Germany _____ Berbezier, J. The equipment used in radiometric surveys Berckhemer, Hans. 'See Sutton, G. : M.C. Rabbitt, D.B. Vitaliano, S.T. Vesselowsky. Get this from a library. Index to Geophysical abstracts,[Geological Survey (U.S.);].
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Geophysical Abstracts is now being published in five chapters a year: four quarterly numbers of abstracts and a fifth number containing the annual author and subject indexes. The author and subject indexes to Geophysical Abstractswill be published as Bulletin E.
IVAuthor: M.C. Rabbitt, D.B. Vitaliano, S.T. Vesselowsky. GEOPHYSICAL ABSTRACTSJANUARY-MARCH By MAnY C. RABBITT, Dono'l'HY B. VITALIANo, S. VESSEWWSKY, and others INTRODUCTION EXTENT OF COVERAGE Geophysical Abstracts includes abstracts of techflical papers and books on the physics of the solid earth, the applicatien o£ pliy8icaiAuthor: M.C.
Rabbitt, D.B. Vitaliano, S.T. Vesselowsky. Geophysical Research Abstracts (GRA) is the conference series publishing the abstracts accepted for the General Assemblies of the European Geosciences Union (EGU).
It links the annual conference programmes listing programme groups, included sessions, and their contributions. The abstracts underwent an access review by the session conveners. Geophysics in GeoScienceWorld.
Archive of all issues. January - January-February Volume 85 | Issue 1 January-February Imprint Geophysical Research Abstracts (GRA) is published under licence by Copernicus GmbH (Copernicus Publications). The licenser is EGU – European Geosciences Union GmbH, Theresienhöhe 28, Munich, Germany, HRBcounty court Munich.
Geophysical Research Abstracts The open-access abstracts of the EGU General Assemblies. Preview Abstract World-wide activity in geophysics exploration by the petroleum industry was slightly decreased in the year as compared towhich was a record year.
Significant gains reported in the Eastern Hemisphere were not sufficient to off-set fully the. Abstracts Periodicals Abstracts Periodicals: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Rabbitt, Mary C. Geophysical abstractsJanuary-March (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, National government publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Mary C Rabbitt; Geological Survey (U.S.).
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Summary results of geophysical studies undertaken in Tchad. Appli-cation of the different methods to exploration for water _____ Abel'skiy, M. : Dorothy B. Vitaliano.
Strahler, A. () Quantitative Analysis of Watershed Geomorphology. Transactions, American Geophysical Union, 38, - - Volume - ; - Volume - ; - Volume - ; - Volume - ; - Volume - ; - Volume - (includes index for Geophysical prospecting, and: Early geophysical papers); 1 v.
(includes index for Geophysical prospecting, and Geophysics, the leading edge of exploration, ). GEOPHYSICAL ABSTRACTSMAY-JUNE BY MARY C. KABBITT, DOROTHY B. VITAMANO, S. VESBELOWSKY, and others INTRODUCTION EXTENT OF COVERAGE Geophysical Abstracts includes abstracts of technical papers and books on the physics of the solid earth, the application of physicalAuthor: M.C.
Rabbitt, D.B. Vitaliano, S.T. Vesselowsky. The 3D analytic signal amplitude of a total magnetic intensity (TMI) map, introduced by Roest et al. (), is widely used in magnetic interpretation as a means of positioning anomalies directly over their technique is most important at low magnetic latitudes, where reduction to the pole distorts anomalies to the point where they often become uninterpretable: the reduction Cited by: The Dst index is used to identify more than storms which occurred in the time interval to Using the minimum Dst value as an indicator, we classify the storms as weak (), moderate (), strong (), severe (45), and great (6).
For each of these classes the mean time variation is determined. In contrast to the well‐known study of Sugiura and Chapman , Cited by: Abstracts, Journal of a periodical containing abstracts of scientific and scholarly works and such secondary materials as bibliographies and annotations together with the reference and research apparatus.
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The Amazon Book Review Author interviews, book reviews, editors' picks, and more. Read it now. Enter your mobile number or email address below and we'll send you a link Manufacturer: USGS. Among geophysical methods, there are many techniques which use the “natural field,” “natural signal,” or “natural phenomena.” For example, they include the gravity survey method, the magnetic survey method, the spontaneous potential (SP) measurement in electrical methods, the magnetotelluric method in the electromagnetic methods, and radiometric measurements.
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Price New from Authors: D. Vitaliano, M. Rabbitt. Geophysical Abstracts includes abstracts of technical papers and books on the physics of the solid earth, the application of physical methods and techniques to geologic problems, and geophysical exploration.
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Geophysical Journal International is a monthly peer-reviewed scientific journal published by Oxford University Press on behalf of the Royal Astronomical Society and the Deutsche Geophysikalische Gesellschaft (German Geophysical Society).
The journal publishes original research papers, research notes, letters, and book reviews. It was established in Discipline: Geophysics.
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Astronomy & Geophysics (A&G) is a scientific journal and trade magazine published on behalf of the Royal Astronomical Society (RAS) by Oxford University publishes a mixture of content of interest to astronomers and geophysicists: news reports, interviews, topical reviews, historical investigations, obituaries, meeting reports and updates on the activities of the RAS.
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