Mark van der Meijde
Mark van der Meijde
Professor in Geophysics, Faculty ITC, University of Twente
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Multi-and hyperspectral geologic remote sensing: A review
FD Van der Meer, HMA Van der Werff, FJA Van Ruitenbeek, CA Hecker, ...
International journal of applied Earth observation and geoinformation 14 (1 …, 2012
Spectral characteristics of salt-affected soils: A laboratory experiment
J Farifteh, F Van der Meer, M Van der Meijde, C Atzberger
Geoderma 145 (3-4), 196-206, 2008
Seismic evidence for water deep in Earth's upper mantle
M Van der Meijde, F Marone, D Giardini, S Van der Lee
Science 300 (5625), 1556-1558, 2003
Knowledge-guided data-driven evidential belief modeling of mineral prospectivity in Cabo de Gata, SE Spain
EJM Carranza, FJA Van Ruitenbeek, C Hecker, M van der Meijde, ...
International Journal of Applied Earth Observation and Geoinformation 10 (3 …, 2008
Gravity derived moho for south america
M Van der Meijde, J Julià, M Assumpção
Tectonophysics 609, 456-467, 2013
Spatiotemporal landslide detection for the 2005 Kashmir earthquake region
SB Saba, M van der Meijde, H van der Werff
Geomorphology 124 (1-2), 17-25, 2010
Complex rupture mechanism and topography control symmetry of mass-wasting pattern, 2010 Haiti earthquake
T Gorum, CJ van Westen, O Korup, M van der Meijde, X Fan, ...
Geomorphology 184, 127-138, 2013
Assessing the influence of reference spectra on synthetic SAM classification results
C Hecker, M Van der Meijde, H Van Der Werff, FD Van Der Meer
IEEE Transactions on geoscience and remote sensing 46 (12), 4162-4172, 2008
Detection of soil moisture and vegetation water abstraction in a Mediterranean natural area using electrical resistivity tomography
W Nijland, M Van der Meijde, EA Addink, SM De Jong
Catena 81 (3), 209-216, 2010
Crustal structure beneath broad-band seismic stations in the Mediterranean region
M Van Der Meijde, S Van Der Lee, D Giardini
Geophysical Journal International 152 (3), 729-739, 2003
Why so few? Landslides triggered by the 2002 Denali earthquake, Alaska
T Gorum, O Korup, CJ van Westen, M van der Meijde, C Xu, ...
Quaternary Science Reviews 95, 80-94, 2014
Mapping white micas and their absorption wavelengths using hyperspectral band ratios
FJA Van Ruitenbeek, P Debba, FD Van Der Meer, T Cudahy, ...
Remote Sensing of Environment 102 (3-4), 211-222, 2006
Receiver function study of the Hellenic subduction zone: imaging crustal thickness variations and the oceanic Moho of the descending African lithosphere
X Li, G Bock, A Vafidis, R Kind, HP Harjes, W Hanka, K Wylegalla, ...
Geophysical Journal International 155 (2), 733-748, 2003
A review of the 2005 Kashmir earthquake-induced landslides; from a remote sensing prospective
M Shafique, M van der Meijde, MA Khan
Journal of Asian Earth Sciences 118, 68-80, 2016
A crustal thickness map of Africa derived from a global gravity field model using Euler deconvolution
GE Tedla, M Van Der Meijde, AA Nyblade, FD Van der Meer
Geophysical Journal International 187 (1), 1-9, 2011
Joint inversion of local, regional and teleseismic data for crustal thickness in the Eurasia–Africa plate boundary region
F Marone, M Van Der Meijde, S Van Der Lee, D Giardini
Geophysical Journal International 154 (2), 499-514, 2003
Thermal infrared spectroscopy on feldspars—Successes, limitations and their implications for remote sensing
C Hecker, M Van der Meijde, FD Van der Meer
Earth-Science Reviews 103 (1-2), 60-70, 2010
GOCE data, models, and applications: A review
M van der Meijde, R Pail, R Bingham, R Floberghagen
International Journal of Applied Earth Observation and Geoinformation 35, 4-15, 2015
Precambrian crustal structure in Africa and Arabia: evidence lacking for secular variation
F Tugume, A Nyblade, J Julià, M van der Meijde
Tectonophysics 609, 250-266, 2013
Spatial and temporal monitoring of soil moisture using surface electrical resistivity tomography in Mediterranean soils
AS Alamry, M van der Meijde, M Noomen, EA Addink, R van Benthem, ...
Catena 157, 388-396, 2017
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