Mike Müller-Petke
Mike Müller-Petke
Head of the Electromagnetics Department at the Leibniz Institute for Applied Geophysics
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QT inversion—Comprehensive use of the complete surface NMR data set
M Mueller-Petke, U Yaramanci
Geophysics 75 (4), WA199-WA209, 2010
MRSmatlab—A software tool for processing, modeling, and inversion of magnetic resonance sounding data
M Müller-Petke, M Braun, M Hertrich, S Costabel, J Walbrecker
Geophysics 81 (4), WB9-WB21, 2016
Comparison and optimal parameter settings of reference‐based harmonic noise cancellation in time and frequency domains for surface‐NMR
M Müller‐Petke, S Costabel
Near Surface Geophysics 12 (2), 199-210, 2014
Hydraulic properties at the North Sea island of Borkum derived from joint inversion of magnetic resonance and electrical resistivity soundings
T Günther, M Müller-Petke
Hydrology and Earth System Sciences 16 (9), 3279-3291, 2012
Resolution studies for magnetic resonance sounding (MRS) using the singular value decomposition
M Müller-Petke, U Yaramanci
Journal of Applied Geophysics 66 (3-4), 165-175, 2008
Despiking of magnetic resonance signals in time and wavelet domains
S Costabel, M Müller‐Petke
Near Surface Geophysics 12 (2), 185-198, 2014
Assessment of the potential of a new generation of surface nuclear magnetic resonance instruments
R Dlugosch, M Mueller‐Petke, T Günther, S Costabel, U Yaramanci
Near Surface Geophysics 9 (2), 89-102, 2011
Detecting unfrozen sediments below thermokarst lakes with surface nuclear magnetic resonance
AD Parsekian, G Grosse, JO Walbrecker, M Müller‐Petke, K Keating, L Liu, ...
Geophysical Research Letters 40 (3), 535-540, 2013
Evaluation of surface nuclear magnetic resonance-estimated subsurface water content
M Müller-Petke, R Dlugosch, U Yaramanci
New Journal of Physics 13 (9), 095002, 2011
Magnetic resonance tomography using elongated transmitter and in-loop receiver arrays for time-efficient 2-D imaging of subsurface aquifer structures
C Jiang, M Müller-Petke, J Lin, U Yaramanci
Geophysical Journal International 200 (2), 824-836, 2015
Improved prediction of hydraulic conductivity for coarse-grained, unconsolidated material from nuclear magnetic resonance
R Dlugosch, T Günther, M Müller-Petke, U Yaramanci
Geophysics 78 (4), EN55-EN64, 2013
Two‐dimensional distribution of relaxation time and water content from surface nuclear magnetic resonance
R Dlugosch, T Günther, M Müller‐Petke, U Yaramanci
Near Surface Geophysics 12 (2), 231-241, 2014
Joint parameter estimation from magnetic resonance and vertical electric soundings using a multi‐objective genetic algorithm
İ Akca, T Günther, M Müller‐Petke, AT Başokur, U Yaramanci
Geophysical Prospecting 62 (2), 364-376, 2014
Enabling surface nuclear magnetic resonance at high-noise environments using a pre-polarization pulse
T Lin, Y Yang, F Teng, M Müller-Petke
Geophysical Journal International 212 (2), 1463-1467, 2018
Surface nuclear magnetic resonance—A unique tool for hydrogeophysics
U Yaramanci, M Müller-Petke
The leading edge 28 (10), 1240-1247, 2009
Imaging shallow three dimensional water-bearing structures using magnetic resonance tomography
C Jiang, M Müller-Petke, J Lin, U Yaramanci
Journal of Applied Geophysics 116, 17-27, 2015
Optimization of CPMG sequences to measure NMR transverse relaxation time T2 in borehole applications
M Ronczka, M Müller-Petke
Geoscientific Instrumentation, Methods and Data Systems 1 (2), 197-208, 2012
Nuclear magnetic resonance average pore-size estimations outside the fast-diffusion regimeNMR average pore-size estimations
M Müller-Petke, R Dlugosch, J Lehmann-Horn, M Ronczka
Geophysics 80 (3), D195-D206, 2015
First evidence of detecting surface nuclear magnetic resonance signals using a compact B‐field sensor
AC Davis, R Dlugosch, M Queitsch, JC Macnae, R Stolz, M Müller‐Petke
Geophysical Research Letters 41 (12), 4222-4229, 2014
The inversion of surface-NMR T 1 data for improved aquifer characterization
M Müller-Petke, JO Walbrecker, R Knight
Geophysics 78 (6), EN83-EN94, 2013
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