Items where Subject is "Australian and New Zealand Standard Research Classification > EARTH SCIENCES (040000) > GEOPHYSICS (040400)"
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Feng, Yanming (2008) GNSS three carrier ambiguity resolution using ionosphere-reduced virtual signals. Journal of Geodesy, 82(12), pp. 847-862.
Gaede, Oliver, Karpfinger, Florian, Jocker, Jeroen, & Prioul, Romain (2012) Comparison between analytical and 3D finite element solutions for borehole stresses in anisotropic elastic rock. International Journal of Rock Mechanics and Mining Sciences, 51, pp. 53-63.
Gaede, Oliver, Karrech, Ali, & Regenauer-Lieb, Klaus (2013) Anisotropic damage mechanics as a novel approach to improve pre-and post-failure borehole stability analysis. Geophysical Journal International, 193(3), pp. 1095-1109.
Li, Bofeng, Shen, Yunzhong, & Feng, Yanming (2010) Fast GNSS ambiguity resolution as an ill-posed problem. Journal of Geodesy, 84(11), pp. 683-698.
Lin, Weiren, Doan, Mai Linh, Moore, J. Casey, McNeill, Lisa, Byrne, Timothy, Ito, Takatoshi, et al. (2010) Present-day principal horizontal stress orientations in the Kumano forearc basin of the southwest Japan subduction zone determined from IODP NanTroSEIZE drilling Site C0009. Geophysical Research Letters, 37, pp. 1-6.
Regenauer-Lieb, Klaus, Gaede, Oliver, & Schrank, Christoph (2015) Deep geothermal : the ‘moon landing’ mission in the unconventional energy and minerals space. Journal of Earth Science, 26(1), pp. 2-10. (In Press)
Regenauer-Lieb, Klaus, Poulet, Thomas, Siret, Delphine, Fusseis, Florian, Liu, Jie, Gessner, Klaus, et al. (2009) First steps towards modeling a multi-scale Earth system. In Xing, Huilin (Ed.) Advances in Geocomputing. Springer, Lecture Notes in Earth Sciences, pp. 1-25.
Wang, Lei & Verhagen, Sandra (2014) A new ambiguity acceptance test threshold determination method with controllable failure rate. Journal of Geodesy. (In Press)
Yu, Zuguo, Anh, Vo, Wang, Yang, Mao, Dong, & Wanliss, James (2010) Modeling and simulation of the horizontal component of the geomagnetic field by fractional stochastic differential equations in conjunction with empirical mode decomposition. Journal of Geophysical Research A: Space Physics, 115(Octobe), pp. 1-11.