BROWSE - VOLUME LIST
A - Physics of the Earth's Interior
Dislocation Theory in Earthquake Modeling: Contributions of Roman Teisseyre
Editor(s): Dziembowska A., Czechowski Z.
Roman Teisseyre was one of the pioneers of applying the dislocation theory in geophysics. The present book recollects his major publications of the years 1961−1990, the milestones in the consecutive stages of the development of the Theory of Earthquake Premonitory and Fracture Processes. The collection reproduced here, showing the evolution of the Author’s ideas, is sort of backup and supplement to monographic publications and gives the reader an easy insight into some top positions representing numerous papers scattered over various journals and books.
Nonstationary Flows of Viscous Fluids through Porous Elastic Media. Homogenization Method
Author(s): Bielski W.
Porous media found in the natural environment represent a good example of media with microstructure. Their pores contain different phases of liquids and gases filling them as well as the interfaces between the phases. This issue has been frequently discussed by soil physicists and chemists, chemical and petro engineers, seismologists and other researchers interested in geosciences.
Proceedings of the XVI General Assembly of the European Seismological Commission, Strasbourg, August 29 - September 5, 1978. Symposia of Subcommissions
Editor(s): Teisseyre R.
Proceedings of the 16th General Assembly of the European Seismological Commission, Strasbourg, August 29 - September 5, 1978 contains the papers (or their abstracts only) which were presented at the meetings of subcommissions and working groups. The present volume also contains some papers which for technical reasons were not submitted on time for the preceding volumes of papers from Strasbourg. A few papers which were presented during the symposia in Strasbourg but were not mentioned in the announcement for the ESC meeting are also included.