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1. Effects due to compressional and compositional density stratification on load-induced Maxwell-viscoelastic perturbations


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2. Effects due to compressional and compressional stratification on viscoelastic perturbations


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3. Viscoelastic deformation of the earth: effects due to density stratification


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4. Deglacial land emergence and lateral upper-mantle heterogeneity in the Svalbard Archipelago-II. Extended results for high-resolution load models


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5. Effects of lateral viscosity variations on postglacial rebound: an analytical approach


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6. Some effects of lateral heterogeneities in the upper mantle on postglacial land uplift close to continental margins


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7. Integrating field and numerical modeling methods for applied urban karst hydrogeology


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8. Integrating field and numerical modeling methods for applied urban karst hydrogeology


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9. Is the long-wavelength geoid sensitive to the presence of postperovskite above the core-mantle boundary?


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10. Telomerase Activity in Cervical Smears

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