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    Spatial resolution improvement in GNSS-based SAR using multi-static acquisitions and feature extraction

    Michail Antoniou & Mike Cherniakov, Oct 2016, In: IEEE Transactions on Geoscience and Remote Sensing. 54, 10, p. 6217 - 6231 15 p., 7515203.

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    Substantial proportion of global streamflow less than three months old

    J. J. McDonnell, Feb 2016, In: Nature Geoscience. 9, 2, p. 126-129 5 p.

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    The BRIDGE HadCM3 family of climate models: HadCM3@Bristol v1.0

    Peter Hopcroft & 1 others, , 12 Oct 2017, In: Geoscientific Model Development. 10, 10, p. 3715-3743 29 p.

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    The Late Cryogenian Warm Interval, NE Svalbard: chemostratigraphy and genesis

    Ian Fairchild, Carl Stevenson, Emily McMillan, Aug 2016, In: Precambrian Research. 281, p. 128-154

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    The Outer Hebrides fault: a major Proterozoic structure in NW Britain

    Tim Reston, 1 Apr 1989, In: Geological Society. Journal. 146, p. 253-259 7 p.

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    The fat of the land

    Mark Viant, 1 Mar 2009, In: Planet Earth. SPRING, p. 14-15 2 p.

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    The nature of Late Flandrian alluviation in the Humberhead levels.

    Jon Sadler, 1 Jan 1985, In: East Midland Geographer. 8, 8, p. 239-251 13 p.

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    The role of synoptic processes in mudflow formation in the piedmont areas of Uzbekistan

    Simon Wild, Michael Walz & Gregor Leckebusch, 7 Nov 2018, In: Natural Hazards and Earth System Sciences. 18, 11, p. 2893-2919 27 p.

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