2017 (4)Rescue Archaeology Application: Investigation of Kuriki Mound Archaeological Area (Batman, SE Turkey) by using Direct Current Resistivity and Magnetic Methods
Gündoğdu, N.Y., Candansayar, M.E., Genç, E.
Journal of Environmental & Engineering Geophysics
In Press
Two Dimensional Joint Inversion of Direct Current Resistivity, Radio-Magnetotelluric and Seismic Refraction Data: An application from Bafra Plain, Turkey
Demirci, İ., Candasayar, M. E., Vafidis, A., Soupios, P.
Journal of Applied Geophysics
In Press
The Examination of the Spread of the Leachates Coming Out of a Solid Waste Disposal Area on the Ground with Geophysical and Geochemical Methods (Sivas, Turkey)
Özel, S., Yılmaz, A., Candasayar, M. E.
Journal of Applied Geophysics
138, 40-49
The conductivity structure of the Gediz Graben geothermal area extracted from 2D and 3D magnetotelluric inversion: Synthetic and field data applications
Erdoğan, E., Candansayar, M.E.
65, 170-179
2016 (1)Two‐dimensional joint inversions of cross‐hole resistivity data and resolution analysis of combined arrays
Demirel, C., Candansayar, M.E.
Geophysical Prospecting
doi: 10.1111/1365-2478.12432
2013 (1)Olive-oil mill wastewater transport under unsaturated and saturated laboratory conditions using the geoelectrical resistivity tomography method and the FEFLOW model
Seferou, P., Soupios, P., Kourgialas, N. N., Dokou, Z., Karatzas, G. P., Candasayar, M. E., N. Papadopoulos, V. Dimitriou, A. Sarris, Sauter, M.
Hydrogeology Journal
21(6), 1219-1234
2012 (2)Two-dimensional inversion of direct current resistivity data incorporating topography by using finite difference techniques with triangle cells: Investigation of Kera fault zone in western Crete
Demirci, İ., Erdoğan, E. and Candansayar, M.E.
77 (1), E67-E75
Groundwater contamination in the Roorkee area, India: 2D joint inversion of radiomagnetotelluric and direct current resistivity data
Yogeshwar, P., Tezkan, B., Israil, M. and Candansayar, M.E.
Journal of Applied Geophysics
76, 127-135
2008 (4)Two-dimensional individual and joint inversion of three- and four-electrode array dc resistivity data
Candansayar, M.E.
J. Geophys. Eng.
5, 290–300
Incorporating Topography into Two Dimensional Resistivity Modeling Using Finite-Element and Finite-Difference Approaches
Erdoğan, E., Demirci, İ. and Candansayar, M.E.
73 (3), F135–F142
Two-dimensional joint inversion of radiomagnetotelluric and direct current resistivity data
Candansayar, M.E. and Tezkan, B.
Geophysical Prospecting
56, 737–749
Two-dimensional inversion of magnetotelluric data with consecutive use of conjugate gradient and least-squares solution with singular value decomposition algorithms
Candansayar, M.E.
Geophysical Prospecting
56, 141–157
2007 (1)The Geoelectrical Structure of Northwestern Anatolia, Turkey
Ulugergerli E.U., Seyitoğlu G., Başokur A.T., Kaya C., Dikmen Ü and Candansayar, M.E.
Pure and Applied Geophysics
164, 999-1026
2006 (2)A comparison of different radiomagnetotelluric data inversion methods for buried waste sites
Candansayar, M.E. and Tezkan, B
Journal of Applied Geophysics
58, 218–231
Deep resistivity structure of the Dikili-Bergama region, west Anatolia, revealed by two- dimensional inversion of vertical electrical sounding data
Özurlan, G., Candansayar, M. E. and Şahin, M.H.
Geophysical Prospecting
54, 1-11
2005 (1)Comment On: ‘A numerical comparison of 2D resistivity imaging with 10 electrode arrays’ by T.Dahlin and B.Zhou
Candansayar, M.E.
Geophysical Prospecting
53, 853 – 854
2004 (1)HLEM and Magnetic Surveys: Examples from the Orkhun Valley, Mongolia
Batmunkh, D., Tosun, S. ve Gündoğdu, B., Candansayar, M.E. and Ulugergerli, E.U.
Archaeological Prospection
11, 133–144
2001 (1)Detecting small-scale targets by the 2D inversion of two-sided three-electrode data: application to an archaeological survey
Candansayar, M.E. and Basokur, A.T.
Geophysical Prospecting
49, 40–58