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Adiabatic pulses enhance surface nuclear magnetic resonance measurement and survey speed for groundwater investigations
E Grunewald, D Grombacher, D Walsh
Geophysics 81 (4), WB85-WB96, 2016
502016
The impact of off-resonance effects on water content estimates in surface nuclear magnetic resonance
D Grombacher, R Knight
Geophysics 80 (6), E329-E342, 2015
302015
Removal of co-frequency powerline harmonics from multichannel surface NMR data
L Liu, D Grombacher, E Auken, JJ Larsen
IEEE Geoscience and Remote Sensing Letters 15 (1), 53-57, 2017
242017
Numerically optimized modulations for adiabatic pulses in surface nuclear magnetic resonance
D Grombacher
Geophysics 83 (2), JM1-JM14, 2018
232018
Frequency cycling for compensation of undesired off-resonance effects in surface nuclear magnetic resonance
D Grombacher, M Müller-Petke, R Knight
Geophysics 81 (4), WB33-WB48, 2016
222016
Thermally activated decay of magnetic vortices
JAJ Burgess, DC Fortin, JE Losby, D Grombacher, JP Davis, MR Freeman
Physical Review B 82 (14), 144403, 2010
222010
Time-lapse acoustic, transport, and NMR measurements to characterize microstructural changes of carbonate rocks during injection of -rich water
D Grombacher, T Vanorio, Y Ebert
Geophysics 77 (3), WA169-WA179, 2012
212012
Accounting for relaxation during pulse effects for long pulses and fast relaxation times in surface nuclear magnetic resonance
D Grombacher, AA Behroozmand, E Auken
Geophysics 82 (6), JM23-JM36, 2017
202017
Uncertainty estimates for surface nuclear magnetic resonance water content and relaxation time profiles from bootstrap statistics
AD Parsekian, D Grombacher
Journal of Applied Geophysics 119, 61-70, 2015
202015
What laboratory-induced dissolution trends tell us about natural diagenetic trends of carbonate rocks
T Vanorio, Y Ebert, D Grombacher
Geological Society, London, Special Publications 406 (1), 311-329, 2015
202015
Apsu: A wireless multichannel receiver system for surface nuclear magnetic resonance groundwater investigations
L Liu, D Grombacher, E Auken, JJ Larsen
Geoscientific Instrumentation, Methods and Data Systems 8 (1), 1-11, 2019
172019
Imparting a phase during excitation for improved resolution in surface nuclear magnetic resonance
D Grombacher, JO Walbrecker, R Knight
Geophysics 79 (6), E329-E339, 2014
172014
Evidence for pathways of concentrated submarine groundwater discharge in east Antarctica from helicopter-borne electrical resistivity measurements
N Foley, SM Tulaczyk, D Grombacher, PT Doran, J Mikucki, KF Myers, ...
Hydrology 6 (2), 54, 2019
162019
Mapping geothermal heat flux using permafrost thickness constrained by airborne electromagnetic surveys on the western coast of Ross Island, Antarctica
N Foley, S Tulaczyk, E Auken, D Grombacher, J Mikucki, N Foged, ...
Exploration Geophysics 51 (1), 84-93, 2020
142020
Complex envelope retrieval for surface nuclear magnetic resonance data using spectral analysis
L Liu, D Grombacher, E Auken, JJ Larsen
Geophysical Journal International 217 (2), 894-905, 2019
142019
The impact of pore-scale magnetic field inhomogeneity on the shape of the nuclear magnetic resonance relaxation time distribution
D Grombacher, E Fay, M Nordin, R Knight
Geophysics 81 (5), EN43-EN55, 2016
132016
Apsu—A new compact surface nuclear magnetic resonance system for groundwater investigationApsu—A new surface NMR system
JJ Larsen, L Liu, D Grombacher, G Osterman, E Auken
Geophysics 85 (2), JM1-JM11, 2020
122020
Estimating T2 from surface NMR FID data using a forward model based on the full-Bloch equation
D Grombacher, G Fiandaca, E Auken
Geophysical Journal International 218 (3), 1892-1902, 2019
122019
Practical considerations for small receive coils in surface NMR
D Grombacher, L Liu, JJ Larsen, E Auken
Journal of Applied Geophysics 154, 81-92, 2018
122018
Direct measurement of internal magnetic fields in natural sands using scanning SQUID microscopy
JO Walbrecker, B Kalisky, D Grombacher, J Kirtley, KA Moler, R Knight
Journal of Magnetic Resonance 242, 10-17, 2014
112014
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