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    • Analog Models of Lithospheric‐Scale Rifting Monitored in an X‐Ray CT Scanner 

      Zwaan, F.ORCIDiD; Schreurs, G.ORCIDiD (Tectonics, 2023-03-01)
      Rifting and continental break‐up are fundamental tectonic processes, the understanding of which is of prime importance. However, the vast temporal and spatial scales involved pose major limitations to researchers. Analog ...
    • Field Tracer Tests to Evaluate Transport Properties of Tryptophan and Humic Acid in Karst 

      Frank, SimonORCIDiD; Goeppert, Nadine; Goldscheider, NicoORCIDiD (Groundwater, 2020)
      The monitoring of water quality, especially of karst springs, requires methods for rapidly estimating and quantifying parameters that indicate contamination. In the last few years, fluorescence-based measurements of ...
    • Monitoring the sedimentary budget and dislocated boulders in western Greece – results since 2008 

      Hoffmeister, DirkORCIDiD; Curdt, Constanze; Bareth, Georg (Sedimentology, 2020)
      Dislocated boulders are one sign of high-energy wave impacts on coasts. These high-energy impacts, caused by severe storms or tsunamis, can trigger initial cracking and transport of boulders. Monitoring of these boulders, ...
    • Performance of a Rotational Sensor to Decipher Volcano Seismic Signals on Etna, Italy 

      Eibl, Eva P. S.ORCIDiD; Rosskopf, Martina; Sciotto, Mariangela; Currenti, GildaORCIDiD; Di Grazia, GiuseppeORCIDiD; Jousset, PhilippeORCIDiD; Krüger, Frank; Weber, MichaelORCIDiD (Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth, 2022-06-09)
      Volcano‐seismic signals such as long‐period events and tremor are important indicators for volcanic activity and unrest. However, their wavefield is complex and characterization and location using traditional seismological ...
    • Revisiting global trends in freshwater insect biodiversity: A reply 

      van Klink, RoelORCIDiD; Bowler, Diana E.ORCIDiD; Gongalsky, Konstantin B.ORCIDiD; Chase, Jonathan M.ORCIDiD (Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews: Water, 2020-12-31)
      Jähnig et al. make some useful points regarding the conclusions that can be drawn from our meta‐analysis; however, some issues require clarification. First, we never suggested that there was a globally increasing trend of ...
    • The Importance of Monitoring Interval for Rockfall Magnitude-Frequency Estimation 

      Williams, Jack G.ORCIDiD; Rosser, Nick J.ORCIDiD; Hardy, Richard J.ORCIDiD; Brain, Matthew J.ORCIDiD (Journal of Geophysical Research: Earth Surface, 2019)
      Rockfalls commonly exhibit power law volume-frequency distributions, where fewer large events are observed relative to more numerous small events. Within most inventories, the smallest rockfalls are the most difficult to ...