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Physics of the Solid Earth

#### Volume 30, Number 12, July 1995

Russian Edition December 1994

# Contents

** Quasi-static vibration-induced deformations of the Earth's surface and nonlinear properties of rocks
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* A. V. Nikolayev, O. V. Pavlenko, and A. P. Yakovlev
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** On the nature of the New Madrid zone of high seismic activity within the North American platform
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* A. F. Grachev
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** Lithosphere model implication for the distribution of microearthquake hypocenters as determined from sea bottom geophone observations
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* S. A. Kovachev, I. P. Kuzin, S. L. Soloviev, G. F. Karakaizis, and S. Tassos
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** Optimum arrangement of seismic stations over the Earth's surface
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* V. Yu. Burmin
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** Tomography of elastic nonlinear parameters of rocks in problems of seismology and seismic prospecting
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* I. Yu. Belyayeva, V. Yu. Zaitsev, and A. M. Sutin
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** Maxwell-Wagner effect in two-dimensional magnetotelluric models
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* V. P. Gubatenko, A. A. Nazarov, M. N. Berdichevskiy, and B. V. Svetov
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** Electromagnetic field of an electric dipole in macroanisotropic media
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* V. P. Gubatenko
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** Adaptive reparametrization as applied to magnetization recovering in a magnetoactive layer of specified geometry
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* A. N. Ivanenko, G. M. Valyashko, and S. V. Lukyanov
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** New potential ability in study of geodynamics and earthquake prediction
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* A. N. Marchuk
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** Deep electromagnetic studies in the central Baltic Sea
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* S. M. Korotayev, A. I. Lapitskiy, V. S. Shneyer, I. L. Trofimov, S. V. Shabelyanskiy, A. I. Demidov, I. P. Yuzhanina, and O. M. Pyatibrat
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###### Translated and loaded on February 12, 1996