Podrobnosti záznamu

Klíčové slovo
    Three-dimensional
Článek
    Application of the three-dimensional inverse problem of gravimetry to the region of the Little Carphatians
    Crustal structure in the Carpatho-Pannonian region: insights from three-dimensional gravity modelling and their geodynamic significance
    Demonstration of creep on three-dimensional physical models
    Experience in modelling a particular hydrogeological problem on a three-dimensional physical model
    Inversion of shear-wave splitting parameters to retrieve three-dimensional orientation of anisotropy in continental lithosphere
    A magnetotelluric profile across the German Deep Drilling Project (KTB) area: Two- and three-dimensional modeling results
    Resolution tests of three-dimensional convection models by traveltime tomography: effects of Rayleigh number and regular versus irregular parametrization
    Seismic anisotropy - a method for studying the fabric of deep continental lithosphere. Three-dimensional lithospheric structure and its evolution through time (3-D pattern recognition)
    The Sorgenfrei-Tornquist Zone as the mantle edge of Baltica lithosphere: new evidence from three-dimensional seismic anisotropy
    The Sorgenfrei-Tornquist Zone as the mantle edge of Baltica lithosphere: new evidence from three-dimensional seismic anisotropy
    Three-dimensional crustal model of the Moravo-Silesian region obtained by seismic tomography
    Three-dimensional deep temperature modelling along the European geotraverse
    Three-Dimensional Modelling Convection in the Earth's Mantle: Influence of the Core-Mantle Boundary
    Three-dimensional quantitative interpretation of gravity anomalies in the south-west part of the Malé Karpaty Mts. (Western Carpathians)
    Three-dimensional retro-modelling of transpression on a linked fault system: the Upper Cretaceous deformation on the western border of the Bohemian Massif, Germany
    Three-dimensional seismic velocity model of theWest Bohemia/Vogtland seismoactive region
    Three-dimensional velocity model of the crust of the Bohemian Massif and its effects on seismic tomography of the upper mantle