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Wissem Dhraief, Ferid Dhahri, Imen Chalwati and Noureddine Boukadi

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Marta Lackowska, Barbara Nowicka, Marta Bałandin and Mirosław Grochowski

-level coordination of climate change adaptation: by national hierarchical steering or by regional network governance?’ Local Environment: The International Journal of Justice and Sustainability , vol. 18, no. 8, pp. 869–887. DOI: 10.1080/13549839.2012.738657. Hoppe, T, van den Berg, M & Coenen, F 2014, ’Reflections on the uptake of climate change policies by local governments: facing the challenges of mitigation and adaptation, Energy’, Sustainability and Society , vol. 4, no. 8, pp. 1–16. IPCC 2012, ‘Managing the risks of extreme events and disasters to advance

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Jehova L. Darngawn, Satish J. Patel, Jaquilin K. Joseph and Apuva D. Shitole

, S.K., 1993. Geology of Kutch . KD Malaviya Institute of Petroleum Exploration, Dehradun, 450 pp. Biswas, S.K., 1999. A review on the evolution of rift basins in India during Gondwana with special reference to western Indian basins and their hydrocarbon prospects. [In:] Proceedings of Indian National Science Academy part A 65, 261–283. Biswas, S.K., 2005. A review of structure and tectonics of Kutch basin, western India, with special reference to earthquakes. Special section: Intraplate Seismicity. Current Science 88, 1592–1600. Biswas, S

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Imre Magyar, István Cziczer, Orsolya Sztanó, Árpád Dávid and Michael Johnson

Molluscan Fauna (Central Europe; Mio-Pliocene). In: Rossiter A. & Kawanabe H. (Eds.): Ancient Lakes: Biodiversity, Ecology, and Evolution. Academic Press, Advances in Ecological Research 31, 463-482. Geary D.H., Hoffmann E., Magyar I., Freiheit J. & Padilla D. 2012: Body size, longevity, and growth rate in Lake Pannon melanopsid gastropods and their predecessors. Paleobiology 38, 554-568. Harzhauser M. & Piller W.E. 2007: Benchmark data of a changing sea - palaeogeography, palaeobiogeography and events in the Central Paratethys during the

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Marta Oszczypko-Clowes, Dominika Lelek and Nestor Oszczypko

part of the Carpathian Foredeep based on seismic survey and geodynamic conditions. Ph.D. Dissertation. Centr. Arch. Państw. Inst. Geol. , Warszawa (in Polish with English summary). Krzywiec P. 1997: Large-scale tectono-sedimentary Middle Miocene history of the central and eastern Polish Carpathian Foredeep Basin — results of seismic data interpretation. Przegl. Geol. 10, 1039-1053. Krzywiec P., Wysocka A., Oszczypko N., Mastalerz K., Papiernik B., Wróbel G., Oszczypko-Clowes M., Aleksandrowski P., Madej K

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Farzaneh Shakerardakani, Franz Neubauer, Manfred Bernroider, Albrecht Von Quadt, Irena Peytcheva, Xiaoming Liu, Johann Genser, Behzad Monfaredi and Fariborz Masoudi

-Boroujerd plutonic complex, northern Sanandaj-Sirjan magmatic zone, Iran. Neues Jahrb. Geol. Paläontol. Abh. 274, 1, 81–120. Deng H., Kusky T., Polat A., Wang L., Wang J. & Wang S. 2013: Geochemistry of Neoarchean mafic volcanic rocks and late mafic dikys in the Zanhung Complex, Central Orogenic Belt, North China Craton: Implications for geodynamic setting. Lithos 175–176, 193–212. Ernst R.E. & Buchan K.L. 2001: Large mafic magmatic events through time and links to mantle plume heads. In: Ernst R.E. & Buchan K.L. (Eds.): Mantle plumes: their identification through

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Tomislav Malvić

-eustatic sea level record: influence of glacial melting rates on the Younger Dryas event and deep-ocean circulation. Nature , 342, pp. 637–642. [7] Stanley, D.I. (1995): A global sea level curve for the late Quaternary: the impossible dream? Mar. Geol. , 125, pp. 1–6. [8] Vlahović, I., Tišljar, J., Velić, I., Matičec, D. (2005): Evolution of the Adriatic carbonate platform: palaeogeography, main events and depositional dynamics. Palaeogeogr., Palaeoclimatol., Palaeoecol. , 220/3–4, pp. 333–360. [9] Marić-Đureković, Ž. (2011): Litofacijesne i

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Alicja Kochman and Jacek Matyszkiewicz

. Sedimentology , 42, 355-373. Bathurst, R.G.C. 1975. Carbonate Sediments and their Diagenesis, 658 pp. Elsevier; Amsterdam. Bathurst, R.G.C. 1987. Diagenetically enhanced bedding in argillaceous platform limestone: stratified cementation and selective compaction, Sedimentology, 34, 749-779. Bathurst, R.G.C. 1991. Pressure-dissolution and limestone bedding: the influence of stratified cementation. In: G. Einsele, W. Ricken and A. Seilacher (Eds), Cycles and Events in Stratigraphy, pp. 450-463. Berlin. Bausch, W

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Martin Kaspar Reiser, Ralf Schuster, Peter Tropper and Bernhard Fügenschuh

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Keryn Walshe

human visitation, then logically people will settle around its margins but the excavation may have been well within the lacustrine zone. Furthermore, the lacustrine conditions themselves were presumably episodic, following seasonal rainfall or cyclonic events. The strength and velocity of the sudden stream flow will also have varied but would have generally disaggregated an assemblage into a number of parts, dispersed around the cave floor. Another critical factor is the fall of natural light onto the cave floor and creating a highly favourable place for humans to