Zhengyong Ren Kalscheuer T. Greenhalgh S. and Maurer H.R. (2014), A hybrid boundary element-finite element approach to modeling plane wave 3D electromagnetic induction responses in the Earth, in Journal of Computational Physics
, 258, 705-717.
Rodríguez V. Gutiérrez F. Green A.G. Carbonel D. Horstmeyer H. and Schmelzbach C. (2014), Characterizing sagging and collapse sinkholes in a mantled karst by means of Ground Penetrating Radar (GPR), in Environmental & Engineering Geoscience
, XX, 109-132.
Reiser F. Podgorski J.E. Schmelzbach C. Horstmeyer H. Green A. Kalscheuer T Maurer H.R. (2014), Constraining helicopter electromagnetic models of the Okavango Delta with seismic-refraction and seismic-reflection data, in Geophysics
, 79(B123), B134.
Cherevatova M ...... Kalscheuer T. (2014), Crustal structure beneath southern Norway imaged by magnetotellurics, in Tectonophysics
, 628, 55-70.
Donohue S. Long M. L'Heureux J.-S Solberg I.-L Sauvin G. Rømoen M. Kalscheuer T. (2014), The Use of Geophysics for Sensitive Clay Investigations, in Advances in Natural and Technological Hazards Research
, 36(159), 178.
Carbajal R. Linde N. Kalscheuer T. Vrugt J. (2014), Two-dimensional probabilistic inversion of radio magnetotelluric data: Methodology, model constraints and joint inversion with electrical resistivity data, in Geophysical Journal Internationa
, 196, 1508-1524.
Carpentier S.F.A. Green A.G. Langridge R. Hurter F. Kaiser A. Horstmeyer H. (2013), Seismic imaging of the Alpine Fault near Inchbonnie, New Zealand., in Journal Geophysical Research
, 118, 1-16.
Rabenstein L. Krumpen T. Hendricks S. Koeberle C. Haas C Hoelemann J.A. (2013), A combined approach of remote sensing and airborne electromagnetics to determine the volume of polynya sea ice in the Laptev Sea., in The Cryosphere
, 7, 947-959.
Zhengyong Ren Kalscheuer T. Greenhalgh S. and Maurer H.R. (2013), A goal-oriented adaptive finite-element approach for 3D electromagnetic modeling, in Geophysical Journal International
, 194, 700-718.
Zhengyong Ren Kalscheuer T. Greenhalgh S. and Maurer H.R. (2013), Boundary element solutions for broad-band 3-D geo-electromagnetic problems accelerated by an adaptive multilevel fast multipole method, in Geophysical Journal International
, 192, 473-499.
Kalscheuer T. Bastani M. Donohue S. Persson L. Pfaffhuber A.A. Reiser F. and Zhengyong Re (2013), Delineation of a quick clay zone at Smørgrav, Norway, with electromagnetic methods under geotechnical constraints, in Journal of Applied Geophysics
, 92, 121-136.
Konstantaki L.A. Carpentier S. Garofalo F. Bergamo P. and Socco L.V. (2013), Determining hydrological and soil mechanical parameters from multichannel surface wave analysis across the Alpine Fault at Inchbonnie, New Zealand, in Near Surface Geophysics
, 11, 435-448.
Podgorski J.E. Green A.G. Kgotlhang L. Kinzelbach W. Kalscheuer T. Auken E Ngwisanyi T. (2013), Paleo megalake and paleo megafan in southern Africa, in Geology
, 41, 1155-1158.
Podgorski J.E. Auken E. Schamper C. Christiansen A.V. Kalscheuer T. Green A.G. (2013), Processing and inversion of commercial helicopter time-domain electromagnetic data for environmental assessments and geological and hydrological mapping, in Geophysics.
, 78, E149-E159.
Nuber A. Rabenstein L. Lehmann-Horn J.A. Hertrich M. Hendricks S. Mahoney A. Eicken H. (2013), Water content estimates of a first-year sea-ice pressure ridge keel from surface-nuclear magnetic resonance tomography, in Annals of Glaciology
, 54, 33-43.
Manukyan E. Maurer H.R. Marelli S. Greenhalgh. S.A. and Green A.G. (2012), Seismic monitoring of radioactive waste repositories, in Geophysics
, 77, EN73-EN83.
Meier P. Kalscheuer T. Podgorski J. Green A. Greenhalgh S. Rabenstein L. Doetsch J., Hydrogeophysical investigations in the western and northern Okavango Delta (Botswana) using electrical resistance tomography (ERT) and transient electromagnetic (TEM) techniques., in Geophysics
We have been developing fast and accurate high-resolution 3-D geophysical techniques as non-destructive means for studying the shallow subsurface. The proposed research involves the application of these techniques to a region in New Zealand that was recently hit by a highly damaging magnitude 7.1 earthquake and numerous aftershocks and a region in Africa of enormous hydrogeological importance. Both aspects of the proposed research represent completions of projects described in our previous two-year grant applications.