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Welcome to Chiang Mai Journal of Science, an international journal for the publication of all preliminary communications in Science.

First launched in 1973 by Faculty of Science, Chiangmai University, CMJS is peer-reviewed and published as hardcopy and online open-access journal. It is indexed/abstracted in :

• Science Citation Index Expanded (SciResearch®)
• Journal Citation Reports/Science Edition
• SCOPUS
• SciFinder - Chemical Abatracts Service
• BIOSIS Previews
• Google Scholar.
Print ISSN: 0125-2526
eISSN : 2465-3845
Frequency: 4 issues/Year
ISI Journal Citation Reports® Ranking 2015: Multidisciplinary Sciences: 42/62
Impact Factor: 0.420
Current Issue : Vol.43 No.6 (SPECIAL ISSUE 2)
1.
FOREWORD

Author: Robert Molloy
E-mail: robert.m@cmu.ac.th
(Page iv - )

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2.
From Mountain Heights to Basin Depths: The Importance of Thermal Geophysics in Tectonics, Seismology, and Petroleum Geoscience

Author: Kevin P Furlong
E-mail: kpf1@psu.edu
(Page 1223 - 1236)

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3.
Overview of the Past and Future G&G Activities in the Pattani Trough, Gulf of Thailand

Author: Masashi Fujiwara and Neil Smith
E-mail: nlewiss@fastmail.fm
(Page 1237 - 1248)

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4.
An MASW Survey for Landslide Risk Assessment: A Case Study in Valjevo, Serbia

Author: Koya Suto, Milovan Urosevic and Snezana Komatina
E-mail: koya@terra.au.com
(Page 1249 - 1258)

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5.
Ocean science drilling explorations with D/V Chikyu: frontier and challenging

Author: Yoshinori Sanada [a], Nobuhisa Eguchi [a] and Moe Kyaw [b]
E-mail: sanada@jamstec.go.jp
(Page 1259 - 1268)

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6.
Shear wave velocity estimation of the near-surface sediments of Bangkok and vicinity, Thailand for seismic site characterization

Author: Aomboon Naksawee [a], Koich Hayashi [b] and Passakorn Pananont* [a]
E-mail: fscipkp@ku.ac.th; passakorn.p@ku.th
(Page 1269 - 1278)

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7.
Characterization of Khlong Marui Fault Zone using seismic reflection and shear-wave velocity profiles: Case study in Khiriratnikhom district, Surat Thani province, southern Thailand

Author: Sawasdee Yordkayhun* [a,b], Preeya Sreesuwan [a,b], Kamhaeng Wattanasen [a,b]
E-mail: sawasdee.y@psu.ac.th
(Page 1279 - 1291)

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8.
RMS Seismic Attributes with RGB Color Blending Technique for Fault Interpretation

Author: Gritsadapong Leaungvongpaisan* and Pisanu Wongpornchai
E-mail: gritsadapong_l@cmu.ac.th
(Page 1292 - 1298)

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9.
Estimation of Anisotropy Parameters, δ and ε: An Application to Borehole and Seismic Data from Ketzin, Germany

Author: Mingkhwan Kruachanta* [a], Suthasinee Kongmongkhol [a], Monika Ivandic [b], Suwimon Udphuay [a],...
E-mail: mingkhwan_k@cmu.ac.th
(Page 1299 - 1305)

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10.
Tectonic Evolution of the Thonburi Basin in the Lower Central Plain, Thailand

Author: Kamontip Nuangchamnong [a], Phumee Srisuwon [b] and Passakorn Pananont* [a]
E-mail: fscipkp@ku.ac.th; passakorn.p@ku.th
(Page 1306 - 1315)

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