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  •  International Geological Congress,oslo 2008
      The Engebøfjellet rutile-bearing eclogite in Western Norway: A new type of titanium resource
      Natural contamination of arsenic in groundwater of Korea
      Groundwater quality assessments in hard rock terrain
      Groundwater conditions in hard volcanic rocks of Maharashtra state, western India
      Remote sensing and GIS approach in sustainable development and management of the ground water resources in semi-arid regions of the Thar Desert
      Depleting ground water resources with an alarming rate in the great Thar Desert of India and an urgent need to check the uncontrolled exploitation of the ground water and to go for the artificial recharge in the region
      Discovery of a huge sector collapse at the resurgent caldera of Nisyros, Greece, by on land and offshore geological-structural data
      Contribution of landslides and ordinary monsoonal high flows to instantaneous hydro-geomorphic readjustments of gravel river channel and sediment fluxes
      Constraining the bulk major element composition and thermal state of the earth’s lower mantle from a joint inversion of electromagnetic sounding, seismic and gravity data
      Minerals to mantles: The planetary mosaic
      Ab-initio predictions of potassium partitioning between Fe and Al-bearing MgSiO3 perovskite and post-perovskite
      Potassium in the lower mantle and core and implications for energetics of the Earth
      Large glacioeustatic changes during the Ghaub glaciation (635 Ma) and its syn-deglacial cap dolostone, Otavi carbonate platform, northern Namibia
      The Neoproterozoic Tillite Group of East Greenland revisited, in view of the snowball earth hypothesis
      Neo Proterozoic glacial diamictites in east-Greenland: How, why and when ?
      The Neoproterozoic Tillite Group from Ella Ø, East Greenland: Carbon isotope signatures and correlations
      The glacial record of the Neoproterozoic Tillite Group in northern East Greenland
      Tectonic evolution of the Levantine Area since the Mesozoic — Lebanese sector
      Basin inversion - local compression during regional extension
      Fault displacement rates over different timescales
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