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Linearization of the Sobolev and Babeyko's formulae for transformation of P-wave velocity to density in the Carpathian-Pannonian Basin region

References Alasonati Tašárová Z., Afonso J. C., Bielik M., Götze H.-J., Hók J., 2009: The lithospheric structure of the Western Carpathian-Pannonian region based on the CELEBRATION 2000 seismic experiment and gravity modeling. Tectonophysics, 475, 454-469. Alasonati Tašárová Z., Bielik M., Götze H.-J., 2008: Stripped image of the gravity field of the Carpathian-Pannonian region based on the combined interpretation of the CELEBRATION 2000 data. Geologica Carpathica, 59 , 3, 199

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The deepest Moho in the Western Carpathians and its respective crustal density model (CEL12 section)

References Alasonati Tašárová Z., Afonso J. C., Bielik M., Götze H. J., Hók J., 2009: The lithospheric structure of the Western Carpathian-Pannonian Basin region based on the CELEBRATION 2000 seismic experiment and gravity modeling. Tectonophysics, 475 , 454–469. Alasonati Tašárová Z., Fullea J., Bielik M.,Środa P., 2016. Lithospheric structure of Central Europe: Puzzle pieces from Pannonian Basin to Trans-European Suture Zone resolved by geophysical-petrological modelling. Tectonics, 35 , 1–32, doi: 10.1002/2015TC003935. Behm M., Brückl E

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The refined Moho depth map in the Carpathian-Pannonian region

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Regional and local phenomena influencing the thermal state in the Flysch belt of the northeastern part of Slovakia

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A method for local approximation of a planar deformation field

in this work), but this will require a variance–covariance propagation from transformation parameters to geometric parameters (shown hereafter). The local affine transformations are weighted, in this work, by means of inverse distance squared between each grid point (new point) and observed points (nearest neighbors). It is easy to notice that the deformation gradient and its polar decomposition in the affine transformation case read (compare to the right hand side of eq. (9)) : (10) F = [ a b c d ] = R U = [ cos   φ − sin   φ sin   φ cos   φ

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Delineation of the boundary of an urban agglomeration: evidence from Riga, Latvia

Regions Regional Studies 43 1 19 31 10.1080/00343400701654103 Cottineau, C., Finance, O., Hatna, E., Arcaute, E., & Batty, M. (2018) Defining urban clusters to detect agglomeration economies Environment and Planning B: Urban Analytics and City Science. DOI: 10.1177/2399808318755146. Cottineau C. Finance O. Hatna E. Arcaute E. & Batty M. 2018 Defining urban clusters to detect agglomeration economies Environment and Planning B: Urban Analytics and City Science 10.1177/2399808318755146 Couch C., Leontidou, L. & Arnstberg, K

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Collecting and analyzing soccer-related graffiti with the spatial video technology and GIS: a case study in Krakow, Poland

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Defining and assessing walkability: a concept for an integrated approach using surveys, biosensors and geospatial analysis

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Disentangling the nexus of global intermediaries: the case of bus rapid transit

of Tax Increment Financing Annals of Association of American Geographers, 106(2), 459–469. DOI: 10.1080/00045608.2015.1113111. Baker T. Cook I. R. McCann E. Temenos C. Ward K. 2016 Policies on the Move: The Transatlantic Travels of Tax Increment Financing Annals of Association of American Geographers 106 2 459 469 10.1080/00045608.2015.1113111 de Boeck, F. (2011) Inhabiting Ocular Ground: Kinshasa’s Future in the Light of Congo’s Spectral Urban Politics Cultural Anthropology, 26(2), 263–286. DOI: 10.1111/j.1548

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Investigating factors affecting the mode choices of commuters in Kuwait city & surrounding urban areas: Strategies for a higher quality and more sustainable public transport system

% unemployed. The most common family income level category was 750–1,500 KD per month. The geographic distribution of home address within the six governorates ranged from 8% in Al Jahrah to a peak of 26% in Hawali. Also, the percentages of non-Kuwaiti respondents related to the number of years they have been residents are 34% for one to five years, 21% for less than a year and more than 15 years, 16% for 6–10 years and 8% for 11–15 years ( Fig. 1 .). Figure 1 Survey results: (a) Participants’ gender/nationality; (b) Participants’ income level; (c) geographical

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