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- Restricted accessPreliminary experiments to evaluate the Gassmann equation in carbonate rocks: calcite and dolomiteBy S. Vega, J. V. Prajapat and A. A. Al MazrooeiArticle | Published in 2010 in The Leading Edge 29 (8)DOI: 10.1190/1.3480002S. VegaJ. V. PrajapatA. A. Al Mazrooei
- Restricted accessOn the relationship between iron concentration and induced polarization in marsh soilsBy Nasser Mansoor and Lee SlaterArticle | Published in 2007 in Geophysics 72 (1)DOI: 10.1190/1.2374853Nasser MansoorLee Slater
- Restricted accessCase History: Combined seismic inversion and gravity modeling of a shallow anomaly in the southern Barents SeaBy Bjørn Ursin, Christian Bauer, Huasheng Zhao and Christine FichlerArticle | Published in 2003 in Geophysics 68 (4)DOI: 10.1190/1.1598106Bjørn UrsinChristian BauerHuasheng ZhaoChristine Fichler
- Restricted accessPetroleum geochemistry in exploration and development; Part 1, Principles and processesBy Colin BarkerArticle | Published in 1999 in The Leading Edge 18 (6)Colin Barker
- Restricted accessbeta -Mg 2 SiO 4 ; a potential host for water in the mantle?By Joseph R. SmythArticle | Published in 1987 in American Mineralogist 72 (11-12)Joseph R. Smyth
- Restricted accessTernary-spinel volumes in the system MgAl 2 O 4 -Fe 3 O 4 -gamma Fe (sub 8/3) O 4 ; implications for the effect of P on intrinsic f O2 measurements of mantle-xenolith spinelsBy Glen Steven Mattioli, Bernard J. Wood and Ian S. E. CarmichaelArticle | Published in 1987 in American Mineralogist 72 (5-6)Glen Steven MattioliBernard J. WoodIan S. E. Carmichael
- Restricted accessRaman spectroscopic study of the solubility behavior of H 2 in the system Na 2 O-Al 2 O 3 -SiO 2 -H 2By Robert W. Luth, Bjorn O. Mysen and David VirgoArticle | Published in 1987 in American Mineralogist 72 (5-6)Robert W. LuthBjorn O. MysenDavid Virgo
- Restricted accessQuartz; heat capacities from 340 to 1000 K and revised values for the thermodynamic propertiesBy Bruce S. HemingwayArticle | Published in 1987 in American Mineralogist 72 (3-4)Bruce S. Hemingway