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Desert loess: a selection of relevant topics

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Seismic and non-seismic soft-sediment deformation structures in the Proterozoic Bhander Limestone, central India

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Soft-sediment deformation structures in seismically affected deep-sea Miocene turbidites (Cilento Basin, southern Italy)

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Hazardous radioactivity levels and heavy mineral concentrations in beach sediments of Lake Peipsi, northeastern Estonia

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Prospects and limitations of heavy mineral analyses to discriminate preglacial/glacial transitions in Pleistocene sedimentary successions

and Middle Pleistocene timescales: Published datasets and case studies from Atapuerca, Spain. Quaternary International 389, 167–190. Badura, J. & Przybylski, B., 2004. Evolution of the Late Neogene and Eopleistocene fluvial system in the fore land of the Sudetes Mountains, SW Poland. Annales Societatis Geologorum Poloniae 74, 43–61. Bateman, R.M. & Catt, J.A., 2007. Provenance and palaeoenvironmental interpretation of superficial deposits, with particular reference to post-depositional modification of heavy mineral assemblages. In: Developments in

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Heavy and light minerals as a tool for reconstructing depositional environments: an example from the Jałówka site (northern Podlasie region, NE Poland)

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The assemblages of transparent heavy minerals in Quaternary sediments of the Kielce-Łagów Valley (Holy Cross Mountains, Poland)

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Gierałtów versus Śnieżnik gneisses - what is the real difference?

tectonometamorphic evolution of the marbles in the Lądek-Śnieżnik Metamorphic Unit, West Sudetes. Geologia Sudetica 37, 1-26. Jastrzębski, M., Żelaźniewicz, A., Nowak, I., Murtezi, M. & Larionov, A., 2010. Protolith age and provenance of metasedimentary rocks in Variscan allochthon units: U-Pb SHRIMP zircon data from the Orlica-Śnieżnik Dome, West Sudetes. Geological Magazine 147, 416-433. Koszela, S., 1997. Petrogeneza marmurów z południowowschodniej części metamorfiku Śnieżnika (Sudety) [Petrogenesis of the marbles from the

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Small-scale cyclic deposition in the Frasnian (Upper Devonian) of the Holy Cross Mountains, Poland

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Jurassic–Cretaceous radiolarian-bearing strata from the Gresten Klippen Zone and the St. Veit Klippen Zone (Wienerwald, Eastern Alps, Austria): Implications for stratigraphy and paleogeography

., Lintnerová, O., Halásová, E., Bąk, M., Skupien, P., Boorová, D., 2008. The stratigraphic and paleoenvironmental setting of Aptian OAE black shale deposits in the Pieniny Klippen Belt, Slovak Western Carpathians. Cretaceous Research, 29, 871–892. Nehyba, S., Opletal, V., 2016. Depositional environment and provenance of the Gresten Formation (Middle Jurassic) on the southeastern slopes of the Bohemian Massif (Czech Republic, subsurface data). Austrian Journal of Earth Sciences, 109/2, 262–276.

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