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  1. Nick Varley , Jeffrey Johnson, Mario Ruiz, Gabriel Reyes and Kristin Martin (2006): Applying statistical analysis to understanding the dynamics of volcanic explosions. Statistics in Volcanology, Special publication of IAVCEI, Vol. 1: 57-76.

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  2. Lewicki, J.L., D. Bergfeld, C. Cardellini, G. Chiodini, D. Granieri, N. Varley, and C. Werner (2005): Comparative soil CO2 flux measurements and geostatistical estimation methods on Masaya volcano, Nicaragua, Bulletin of Volcanology, publicado en linea.
  3. Inguaggiato S., Y. Taran, F. Grassa, G. Capasso, R. Favara, N. Varley, E. Faber (2004): Nitrogen isotopes in thermal fluids of a fore-arc region (Jalisco Block, Mexico): Evidence for heavy nitrogen from continental crust. Geochemistry, Geophysics, Geosystems 5 (12); Q12003, doi:10.1029/2004GC000767
  4. Varley N. & Taran Y. (2004): Procesos de desgasificación del Volcán de Colima y Popocatépetl, México. Iridia Revista de la Universidad de Colima. Vol. 1: 52-71
  5. Rouwet D., Taran Y.A., Inguaggiato S., Varley N.R. (2004): Hydrothermal activity at Tacaná volcano, México-Guatemala. Water Rock Interaction-11.
  6. Dmitri Rouwet, Yuri A. Taran and Nicholas R. Varley (2004): Dynamics and mass balance of El Chichón crater lake, Mexico. Geofí­sica Internacional 43 (3): 427-434.
  7. Varley, N. R. (2003): Soil gas concentrations at Popocatépetl, Mexico. Vulcí¢nica - Revista Portuguesa de Vulcanologia, Vol I: 155-162.
  8. Varley N. & Taran Y. (2003): Degassing Processes of Popocatépetl and Volcán de Colima, México. Oppenheimer, C., Pyle, D.M. & Barclay, J. (eds) Volcanic degassing. Geological Society, London, Special Publications 213, 263-280.
  9. Taran Y., Inguaggiato S., Varley N., Capasso G. and Favara R. (2002): Helium and carbon isotopes in thermal waters of the Jalisco Block, Mexico. Geofí­sica Internacional 41 (4): 459-466.
  10. Armienta M.A., Varley, N.R. and Ramos E. (2002): Radon and hydrogeochemical monitoring at Popocatépetl volcano, Mexico. Geofí­sica Internacional 41 (3): 271-276.
  11. Varley NR & Armienta MA (2001): The absence of diffuse degassing at Popocatépetl volcano, Mexico. Chemical Geology 177 (1-2): 157-173.
  12. Varley NR & Armienta MA (1999): Soil gas measurements as an indicator of volcanic activity. Il Nuovo Cimento. 22C (3-4) 269-274.
  13. Varley NR & Flowers AF (1998): The influence of geology on radon levels in SW England. Radiation Protection Dosimetry 77 (3) 171-176.
  14. Varley NR & Flowers AF (1998): Indoor radon prediction from soil gas measurements. Health Physics 74 (6) 714-718.
  15. Varley NR & Flowers AF (1994): Relationship between indoor and soil gas radon in SW England. Proc. of IRPA Congress, Portsmouth 297-300.
  16. Varley NR & Flowers AF (1993): Radon in soil gas and its relationship with some major faults of SW England. Environmental Geochemistry & Health 15 145-151.
  17. Varley NR & Flowers AF (1992): Radon and its correlation with some geological features of the south-west of England. Radiation Protection Dosimetry 45 245-248.
  18. Anderson P, Vaughan ATM & Varley NR. (1988): Antibodies Labeled With Au-199 - Potential Of Au-199 For Radioimmunotherapy. Nuclear Medicine & Biology 15(3): 293-297.


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