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Tomáš Chuman

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Christoph Daxer, Jasper Moernaut, Timothy Taylor, Jean Nicolas Haas and Michael Strasser

. Schmidt, & E. Schultze (Eds.), Contributions to the paleolimnology of the Trumer Lakes (Salzburg) and the lakes Mondsee, Attersee and Traunsee (Upper Austria) (pp. 136-148). Limnologisches Institut der Osterreichischen Akademie der Wissenschaften, Mondsee. Blum, P., 1997. Physical properties handbook, ODP Tech Note 26. doi: 10.2973/odp.tn.26.1997 Breitwieser, R., 2010. Der „Mondsee-Tsunami“ - Fakt oder Mediengag? NAU - Nachrichtenblatt Arbeitskreis Unterwasserarchaologie, 16, 85-91. Burgschwaiger, E. and Schmid, C., 2001

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Kelsey Gilcrease

. 283-301. DOI: 10.1016/S0304-3800(03)00142-X. Marboutin, E., Bray, Y., Péroux, B., Mauvy, B. & Lartiges, A. (2003). Population dynamics in European hare: breeding parameters and sustainable harvest rates. Journal of Applied Ecology 40, pp. 580-591. DOI: 10.1046/j.1365-2664.2003.00813.x. Marchandeau, S., Aubineau, J., Berger, F., Gaudin, J.C., Roobrouck, A., Corda, E. & Reitz, F. (2006). Abundance indices: reliability testing is crucial - a field case of wild rabbit Oryctolagus cuniculus . Wildlife Biology 12, pp. 19-27. DOI: 10

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Renata Graf and Jan Przybyłek

. Metodyka określania zasobów dyspozycyjnych wód podziemnych w obszarach bilansowych z uwzględnieniem potrzeb jednolitych bilansów wodnogospodarczych, Poradnik metodyczny [ Methodology for determining groundwater disposable resources in the balance areas, taking into account the needs of uniform water­economic balances, Methodological guide ], HYDROEKO, Warszawa, 177 pp. Horton, R.E., 1941. An approach toward a physical interpretation of infiltration-capacity. Soil Science Society of America Journal 5 (C), 399–417. Jackson, T.J., 2002. Remote sensing of soil

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Katarzyna Wasak and Marek Drewnik

, semi-arid shrublands of southern Spain. Biogeochemistry 39: 87–129. Ciarkowska K., Miechówka A., 2005. Biological activity of mountain humic rendzinas formed on calcarous and sulphate rocks. Part I. Micromorphological indexes of soil fauna activity and dehydrogenase activity. Problemy Zagospodarowania Ziem Górskich 52: 57–64 (In Polish). Ciarkowska K., Niemyska-Łukaszuk J., 2002. Microstructure of humus horizons of gypsic soils from the Niecka Nidziańska area (South Poland). Geoderma 106: 319–329. Clough A., Skjemstad J.O., 2000. Physical and

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Barbara Woronko, Joanna Rychel, Mirosław T. Karasiewicz, Andrzej Ber, Tomasz Krzywicki, Leszek Marks and Katarzyna Pochocka-Szwarc

1, 33-42. Boyle, J.F., 2001. Inorganic geochemical methods in palaeolimnology. [In:] W.M. Last & J.P. Smol (Eds): Tracking environmental change using lake sediments. Physical and Geochemical Methods (Kluwer Academic Publishers, Dordrecht) 2, 83-141. Briant, R.M., Coope, G.R., Preece, R.C., Keen, D.H., Boreham, S., Griffith, H.I., Seddon, M.B. & Gibbard, P.L., 2004. Fluvial system response to Late Devensian (Weichselian) aridity, Baston, Lincolnshire, England. Journal of Quaternary Science 19, 479-495. Brud, S

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Asghar Etesampour, Asadollah Mahboubi, Reza Moussavi-Harami, Nasser Arzani and Mohammad Ali Salehi

. Plate tectonics and sandstone compositions. American Association of Petroleum Geologists Bulletin, 63, 2164–2182. Dickinson, W.R., 1985. Interpreting provenance relations from detrital modes of sandstones. In: G.G. Zuffa (ed.), Provenance of Arenites. Nato Science Series C: Mathematical and Physical Sciences, 48. Springer, Amsterdam, pp. 333–361. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-94-017-2809-6_15 Dickinson, W.R., 1988. Provenance and sediment dispersal in relation to paleotectonics and paleogeography of sedimentary basins. In: K.L. Kleinspehn and C. Paola, (eds

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Krzysztof Majcher

the object were excited kinematically, with the movement of the structure’s base interpreted as an input signal in the system, being short-term and irregular. It was assumed that the theoretical model, resulting from the physical model, is a discrete system with three degrees of freedom (see Fig. 1b ) This assumption is justified by the fact that the structure of the physical model is very similar to a shear building type, in relation to which only transverse (horizontal) vibrations are considered. Figure 1 The slab-and-column model: (a) physical; (b

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Aleksandra Borecka and Bartłomiej Olek

Scientific Publishers, PWN, Warszawa 1998, (in Polish). [4] KOLASA M., Geotechnical properties of loesses near Kraków, Prace Geologiczne PAN, 18, 1963, 7-84, (in Polish). [5] LUNNE T., ROBERTSON P.K., POWELL J.J.M., Cone Penetration Testing in geotechnical practice, Blackie Academic and Professional, London 1997. [6] ŁANCZONT M., WOJTANOWICZ J., Peryglacial zonation of silt deposits in Poland, Annales UMCS, sec. B, 54, 1999, 41-48, (in Polish). [7] MALINOWSKI J., Engineering geology investigation of loesses

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Lech Bałachowski and Zbigniew Sikora

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Bottom ash from EC Gdańsk and dredged material taken from the mouth of The Vistula were mixed to form an engineering material used for dike construction. Mixtures with different bottom ash content were tested in laboratory to determine its basic physical and mechanical properties. The optimum bottom ash-dredged material mixture, built in the corps of the test dike, contains 70% of ash. The optimum bottom ash content in the mixture was chosen taking into account high internal friction angle, good compaction and reduced filtration coefficient. The maximum dry density of the mixtures was measured in Proctor test for the mixtures formed in laboratory and on samples taken from the test dike. Minimum and maximum void ratio were also determined.