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Continuous deformation versus faulting through the continental lithosphere of new zealand.
Molnar P, Anderson HJ, Audoine E, Eberhart-Phillips D, Gledhill KR, Klosko ER, McEvilly TV, Okaya D, Savage MK, Stern T, Wu FT. Molnar P, et al. Science. 1999 Oct 15;286(5439):516-9. doi: 10.1126/science.286.5439.516. Science. 1999. PMID: 10521344
Seismic anisotropy and P-wave delays in New Zealand imply widespread deformation in the underlying mantle, not slip on a narrow fault zone, which is characteristic of plate boundaries in oceanic regions. ...Variations in P-wave residuals across the Southern Alps rule out underthrusting of one slab of mantle lithosphere beneath another but permit continuous deformation of lithosphere shortened by about 100 kilometers since 6 to 7 million years ago....
Seismic anisotropy and P-wave delays in New Zealand imply widespread deformation in the underlying mantle, not slip on a narrow fault …
Changing climate shifts timing of European floods.
Blöschl G, Hall J, Parajka J, Perdigão RAP, Merz B, Arheimer B, Aronica GT, Bilibashi A, Bonacci O, Borga M, Čanjevac I, Castellarin A, Chirico GB, Claps P, Fiala K, Frolova N, Gorbachova L, Gül A, Hannaford J, Harrigan S, Kireeva M, Kiss A, Kjeldsen TR, Kohnová S, Koskela JJ, Ledvinka O, Macdonald N, Mavrova-Guirguinova M, Mediero L, Merz R, Molnar P, Montanari A, Murphy C, Osuch M, Ovcharuk V, Radevski I, Rogger M, Salinas JL, Sauquet E, Šraj M, Szolgay J, Viglione A, Volpi E, Wilson D, Zaimi K, Živković N. Blöschl G, et al. Among authors: Molnar P. Science. 2017 Aug 11;357(6351):588-590. doi: 10.1126/science.aan2506. Science. 2017. PMID: 28798129
Earthquakes. Himalayan seismic hazard.
Bilham R, Gaur VK, Molnar P. Bilham R, et al. Among authors: Molnar P. Science. 2001 Aug 24;293(5534):1442-4. doi: 10.1126/science.1062584. Science. 2001. PMID: 11520972 No abstract available.
Comparison between continuous brain tissue measurement and cerebrovenous measurement of pO2, pCO2 and pH in a porcine intracranial pressure model.
Menzel M, Roth S, Rieger A, Soukup J, Furka I, Mikó I, Hennig C, Peuse C, Molnár P, Radke J. Menzel M, et al. Among authors: Molnar P. Acta Chir Hung. 1997;36(1-4):226-9. Acta Chir Hung. 1997. PMID: 9408355
Simultaneous oxygen measurements in brain tissue (p(ti)O2) and hemoglobin saturation measurement in cerebrovenous blood in patients after severe head injury have shown different results regarding the comparability of the findings in respect to CPP and ICP. ...In both measurement compartments pCO2 was inverse correlated to the course of CPP and seems the course of pH mainly to determine. p(ti)O2 as well as p(cv)O2 showed a close correlation to the CPP course and have proven to be qualified to indicate metabolic information about the relation of cerebral blood flow and metabolic cerebral demands. ...
Simultaneous oxygen measurements in brain tissue (p(ti)O2) and hemoglobin saturation measurement in cerebrovenous blood in patients a …
Temperature of the cerebrovenous blood in a model of increased intracranial pressure.
Menzel M, Rieger A, Soukup J, Roth S, Furka I, Miko I, Molnar P, Hennig C, Radke J. Menzel M, et al. Among authors: Molnar P. Anaesthesist. 1998 Jul;47(7):600-4. doi: 10.1007/s001010050602. Anaesthesist. 1998. PMID: 9740935
This relation was represented by an adjusted R(square) of r2 = 0.89 (p < 0.001). CONCLUSIONS: The CPP decrease, caused by an increasing ICP, results in changes of the cerebrovenous blood temperature. ...

This relation was represented by an adjusted R(square) of r2 = 0.89 (p < 0.001). CONCLUSIONS: The CPP decrease, caused by an incre

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