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Castellaro, S., Imposa, S., Barone, F., Chiavetta, F., Gresta, S. and Mulargia, F. 2008. Georadar and passive seismic survey in the Roman Amphitheatre of Catania (Sicily), Journal of Cultural Heritage 9, 357-366 ; Grandjean, G. and Leparoux, D. 2004. The potential of seismic methods for detecting cavities and buried objects: experimentation at a test site, Journal of Applied Geophysics 56, 93-106 ; Nasseri-Moghaddam, A., Cascante, G., Phillips, C. and Hutchinson, D.J. 2007. Effects of underground cavities on Rayleigh waves - Field and numerical experiments, Soil Dynamics and Earthquake Engineering 27, 300–313 ; Wilken, D., Wunderlich, T., Majchczack, B., Andersen, J. and Rabbel, W. 2015. Rayleigh-wave Resonance Analysis: a Methodological Test on a Viking Age Pit House, Archaeological Prospection, DOI: 10.1002/arp.1508 ; Woelz, S. and Rabbel, W. 2005. Seismic prospecting in archaeology: a 3D shear-wave study of the ancient harbour of Miletus (Turkey), Near Surface Geophysics 3, 245-257 ; Wunderlich, T., Wilken, D., Andersen, J., Rabbel, W., Zori, D., Kalmring, S. and Byock, J. 2015. On the ability of geophysical methods to image medieval turf buildings in Iceland, Archaeological Prospection, DOI: 10.1002/arp.1506
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Operational Program Digital Poland, 2014-2020, Measure 2.3: Digital accessibility and usefulness of public sector information; funds from the European Regional Development Fund and national co-financing from the state budget.