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Joint inversion of Love and Rayleigh wave group velocities, refraction traveltimes and DC apparent resistivities measured above 2D geological structures



Joint inversion of Love and Rayleigh wave group velocities, refraction traveltimes and DC apparent resistivities measured above 2D geological structures



Publications of the University of Miskolc, Series A, Mining and Geotechnology 59: 23-38




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