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2001Crustal model for the Middle East and North Africa region: Implications for the isostatic compensation mechanismSeber, D.; Sandvol, E.; Sandvol, C.; Brindisi, C.; Barazangi, M.
2003The crustal structure of the East Anatolian plateau (Turkey) from receiver functionsZor, E.; Sandvol, E.; Gurbuz, C.; Turkelli, N.; Seber, D.; Barazangi, M.
2000Geodynamic evolution of the lithosphere and upper mantle beneath the Alboran region of the western Mediterranean: Constraints from travel time tomographyCalvert, A.; Sandvol, E.; Seber, D.; Barazangi, M.; Roecker, S.; Mourabit, T.; Vidal, F.; Alguacil, G.; Jabour, N.
1996Geophysical and geological databases and CTBT monitoring: A case study of the Middle EastBarazangi, M.; Fielding, E.; Isacks, B.; Seber, D.
1996Geophysical evidence for lithospheric delamination beneath the Alboran Sea and Rif-Betic mountainsSeber, D.; Barazangi, M.; Ibenbrahim, A.; Demnati, A.
1998Grid search modeling of receiver functions: Implications for crustal structure in the Middle East and North AfricaSandvol, E.; Seber, D.; Calvert, A.; Barazangi, M.
1997An integrated geophysical investigation of recent seismicity in the Al-Hoceima region of North MoroccoCalvert, A.; Gomez, F.; Seber, D.; Barazangi, M.; Jabbour, N.; Ibenbrahim, A.; Demnati, A.
1995The intraplate Euphrates fault system - Palmyrides mountain belt junction and relationship to Arabian plate boundary tectonicsAlsdorf, D.; Barazangi, M.; Litak, R.; Seber, D.; Sawaf, T.; Al-Saad, D.
1998Lithospheric seismic velocity discontinuities beneath the Arabian ShieldSandvol, E.; Seber, D.; Barazangi, M.; Vernon, F.; Mellors, R.; Al-Amri, A.
1997Mesozoic-Cenozoic evolution of the Intraplate Euphrates fault system, Syria: Implications for regional tectonicsLitak, R.; Barazangi, M.; Beauchamp, W.; Seber, D.; Brew, G.; Sawaf, T.; Al-Youssef, W.
2004Pn tomographic imaging of mantle lid velocity and anisotropy at the junction of the Arabian, Eurasian, and African platesAl-Lazki, A.; Sandvol, E.; Seber, D.; Barazangi, M.; Turkelli, N.; Mohamad, R.
2000Propagation of regional seismic phases (Lg and Sn) and Pn velocity structure along the Africa-Iberia plate boundary zoneCalvert, A.; Sandvol, E.; Seber, D.; Barazangi, M.; Roecker, S.; Mourabit, T.; Vidal, F.; Alguacil, G.; Jabour, N.
1997Regional discrimination of chemical explosions and earthquakes: A case study in MoroccoPlafcan, D.; Sandvol, E.; Seber, D.; Barazangi, M.; Ibenbrahim, A.; Cherkaoui, T-E.
2000Regional wave propagation in Turkey and surrounding regionsGok, R.; Turkelli, N.; Sandvol, E.; Seber, D.; Barazangi, M.
2000Remote earthquake triggering along the Dead Sea fault in Syria following the 1995 Gulf of Aqaba earthquake (Ms=7.3)Mohamad, R.; Darkal, A.; Seber, D.; Sandvol, E.; Gomez, F.; Barazangi, M.
2004Seismic event location using the Eastern Turkey Seismic Network: Analysis of the Agri Dam explosionGurbuz, C.; Turkelli, N.; Bekler, T.; Gok, R.; Sandvol, E.; Seber, D.; Barazangi, M.
2003Seismogenic zones in eastern TurkeyTurkelli, N.; Sandvol, E.; Zor, E.; Gok, R.; Bekler, T.; Al-Lazki, A.; Karabulut, H.; Kuleli, S.; Eken, T.; Gurbuz, C.; Bayraktutan, S.; Seber, D.; Barazangi, M.
2003Shear wave splitting in a young continent-continent collision: An example from eastern TurkeySandvol, E.; Turkelli, N.; Zor, E.; Gok, R.; Bekler, T.; Gurbuz, C.; Seber, D.; Barazangi, M.
2003Sn attenuation in the Anatolian and Iranian plateau and surrounding regionsGok, R.; Sandvol, E.; Turkelli, N.; Seber, D.; Barazangi, M.
1993Sn to Sg conversion and focusing along the Atlantic margin, Morocco: Implications for earthquake hazard evaluationSeber, D.; Barazangi, M.; Tadili, B.; Ramdani, M.; Ibenbrahim, A.; Ben Sari, D.; El Alami, S. O.
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