weerachai siripunvaraporn
weerachai siripunvaraporn
Department of Physics, Faculty of Science, Mahidol University
Verified email at mahidol.ac.th
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An efficient data-subspace inversion method for 2-D magnetotelluric dataREBOCC Inversion for 2-D MT Data
W Siripunvaraporn, G Egbert
Geophysics 65 (3), 791-803, 2000
Three-dimensional magnetotelluric inversion: data-space method
W Siripunvaraporn, G Egbert, Y Lenbury, M Uyeshima
Physics of the Earth and planetary interiors 150 (1-3), 3-14, 2005
WSINV3DMT: vertical magnetic field transfer function inversion and parallel implementation
W Siripunvaraporn, G Egbert
Physics of the Earth and Planetary Interiors 173 (3-4), 317-329, 2009
Along strike variations in the electrical structure of the San Andreas Fault at Parkfield, California
M Unsworth, P Bedrosian, M Eisel, G Egbert, W Siripunvaraporn
Geophysical Research Letters 27 (18), 3021-3024, 2000
Interpretation of two-dimensional magnetotelluric profile data with three-dimensional inversion: synthetic examples
W Siripunvaraporn, G Egbert, M Uyeshima
Geophysical journal international 160 (3), 804-814, 2005
Three-dimensional magnetotelluric inversion: an introductory guide for developers and users
W Siripunvaraporn
Surveys in geophysics 33 (1), 5-27, 2012
Exploration for unconformity-type uranium deposits with audiomagnetotelluric data: A case study from the McArthur River mine, Saskatchewan, CanadaUranium exploration with AMT
V Tuncer, MJ Unsworth, W Siripunvaraporn, JA Craven
Geophysics 71 (6), B201-B209, 2006
Numerical accuracy of magnetotelluric modeling: a comparison of finite difference approximations
W Siripunvaraporn, G Egbert, Y Lenbury
Earth, planets and space 54 (6), 721-725, 2002
Radiomagnetotelluric two-dimensional forward and inverse modelling accounting for displacement currents
T Kalscheuer, LB Pedersen, W Siripunvaraporn
Geophysical Journal International 175 (2), 486-514, 2008
Three-dimensional inversion for Network-Magnetotelluric data
W Siripunvaraporn, M Uyeshima, G Egbert
Earth, planets and space 56 (9), 893-902, 2004
Source mechanism of the 23 October, 2011, Van (Turkey) earthquake (Mw = 7.1) and aftershocks with its tectonic implications
TS Irmak, B Doğan, A Karakaş
Earth, planets and space 64 (11), 991-1003, 2012
Data space conjugate gradient inversion for 2-D magnetotelluric data
W Siripunvaraporn, G Egbert
Geophysical Journal International 170 (3), 986-994, 2007
Three-dimensional inversion of magnetotelluric phase tensor data
PK Patro, M Uyeshima, W Siripunvaraporn
Geophysical Journal International 192 (1), 58-66, 2013
Two-dimensional direct current (DC) resistivity inversion: Data space Occam's approach
S Boonchaisuk, C Vachiratienchai, W Siripunvaraporn
Physics of the Earth and Planetary Interiors 168 (3-4), 204-211, 2008
A hybrid finite difference–finite element method to incorporate topography for 2D direct current (DC) resistivity modeling
C Vachiratienchai, S Boonchaisuk, W Siripunvaraporn
Physics of the Earth and Planetary Interiors 183 (3-4), 426-434, 2010
A 3-D conductivity model of the Australian continent using observatory and magnetometer array data
L Wang, AP Hitchman, Y Ogawa, W Siripunvaraporn, M Ichiki, K Fuji-ta
Geophysical Journal International 198 (2), 1143-1158, 2014
Evidence for middle Triassic to Miocene dual subduction zones beneath the Shan–Thai terrane, western Thailand from magnetotelluric data
S Boonchaisuk, W Siripunvaraporn, Y Ogawa
Gondwana Research 23 (4), 1607-1616, 2013
An efficient data space conjugate gradient Occam's method for three-dimensional magnetotelluric inversion
W Siripunvaraporn, W Sarakorn
Geophysical Journal International 186 (2), 567-579, 2011
Practical incorporation of local and regional topography in three-dimensional inversion of deep ocean magnetotelluric data
K Baba, N Tada, H Utada, W Siripunvaraporn
Geophysical Journal International 194 (1), 348-361, 2013
On the Berdichevsky average
T Rung-Arunwan, W Siripunvaraporn, H Utada
Physics of the Earth and Planetary Interiors 253, 1-4, 2016
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