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Mehdi Eshagh, Andenet A. Gedamu and Tulu B. Bedada

; Geology , 37, 59–62, doi:10.1130/G25147A.1. Kotsakis, C. (2007). A covariance-adaptive approach for regularized inversion in linear models, Geophys. J. Int . 171, 509-522. Krarup, T. (1969). A contribution to the mathematical foundation of physical geodesy. Danish Geodetic Institute, Copenhagen, vol 44. Moritz H. (2000). Geodetic Reference System 1980. Journal of Geodesy 74: 128-162. Naeimi M., Bouman J. (2017). Contribution of the GOCE gradiometer components to regional gravity solutions, Geophys. J. Int ., 209:559–569, doi: https

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Alicja Bonk, Wojciech Tylmann, Tomasz Goslar, Agnieszka Wacnik and Martin Grosjean

laminated lake sediments: a re-examination of Larsen and Macdonald (1993). Quaternary Science Reviews 17(8): 711-717, DOI 10.1016/S0277-3791(97)00043-7. Lotter AF and Lemcke G, 1999. Methods for preparing and counting biochemical varves. Boreas 28: 243-252, DOI 10.1111/j.1502-3885.1999.tb00218.x. Lowe JJ, 2001. Abrupt climatic changes in Europe during the last glacial-interglacial transition: the potential for testing hypotheses on the synchronicity of climatic events using tephrochronology. Global and Planetary Change 30: 73-84 DOI 10

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Nicole Klasen, Peter Fischer, Frank Lehmkuhl and Alexandra Hilgers

(5-6): 550-574, DOI 10.1016/j.quascirev.2005.01.018. Brennan BJ, 2003. Beta doses to spherical grains. Radiation Measure-ments 37(4-5): 299-303, DOI 10.1016/S1350-4487(03)00011-8. Bulur E, Bøtter-Jensen L and Murray AS, 2000. Optical stimulated luminescence from quartz measured using the linear modulation technique. Radiation Measurements 32(5-6): 407-411, DOI 10.1016/S1350-4487(00)00115-3. Buylaert JP, Murray AS, Thomsen KJ and Jain M, 2009. Testing the potential of an elevated temperature IRSL signal from K

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Mateusz Strzelecki

geological excursion guide 1:50 000 . Norsk Polarinstitutt Tematkart 36. Day M.J. and Goudie A.S. 1977. Field assessment of rock hardness using the Schmidt test hammer. British Geomorphology Research Group Technical Bulletin 18: 19-29. Dickson M.E., Kennedy D.M. and Woodroffe C.D. 2004. The influence of rock resistance on coastal morphology around Lord Howe Island, Soutwest Pacific. Earth Surface Processes and Landforms 29: 629-643. Dionne J.-C. 1989. The role of ice and frost in tidal marsh

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Petra Urbanová and Pierre Guibert

; Goedicke, 2011 ; Panzeri, 2013 ; Stella et al ., 2013 ). Many of these authors stated a difficulty with partial bleaching for a majority of tested samples which makes it impossible to date this kind of material by a standard single aliquot technique, consisting in the analyses of tens or hundreds of grains together. Thanks to relatively recent developments of single grain attachments that are becoming a more and more frequently used tool for OSL analyses in recent years, the problem of age over-estimation arising from partial bleaching can be overcome. Recently

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A. Wintle

stimulated luminescence signals under various stimulation modes assuming first-order kinetics. Physical Review B 79(19): 195118, DOI 10.1103/PhysRevB.79.195118. Bouzouggar A, Barton N, Vanhaeren M, d'Errico F, Collcutt S, Higham T, Hodge E, Parfitt S, Rhodes E, Schwenninger JL, Stringer C, Turner E, Ward S, Moutmir A and Stambouli A, 2007. 82,000-year-old shell beads from North Africa and implications for the origins of modern human behaviour. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 104(24): 9964

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Laura Panzeri, Michela Cantù, Marco Martini and Emanuela Sibilia

rammed earth or mud bricks and mortars ( Aubert et al ., 2015 ; Fratini et al ., 2011 ). Sometimes, earthen mortars are also used to bind high quality fired bricks in churches, private buildings and civic architecture. This construction technique is witnessed in Cremona (Northern Italy, Po valley; Cantù et al ., 2016 ; Fieni, 1999 ; Bonazzi and Fieni, 1995 ), where the earthen mortars object of this study were sampled from two buildings whose structures were well dated on historical ground. To test the dosimetric properties of the samples we used both the small

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Renata Mikalauskienė, Jonas Mažeika, Rimantas Petrošius and Piotr Szwarczewski

et al ., 2008 ; Begy et al ., 2011 ). Depending on different physical and chemical principles, several analytical techniques are available for the measurement of 210 Pb. There are several methods for analysing the total activity of 210 Pb in the environmental samples based on alpha, beta and gamma spectrometry ( Lehto and Hou, 2011 ; Jia and Torri, 2007 ). They differ concerning the reachable detection limit, selectivity, analytical error, reproducibility and stability against different chemical composition and levels of the natural radionuclides ( Ebaid and

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Fatima Pawełczyk, Leszek Chróst, Tadeusz Magiera, Adam Michczyński, Jarosław Sikorski, Konrad Tudyka and Ewelina Zając

, Górnictwo 285 31 41 (in Polish) Boyle JF, 2001. Inorganic geochemical methods in palaeolimnology. In: Last WM, Smol JP, eds., Tracking Environmental Change Using Lake Sediments 2: Physical and Geochemical Methods: 83–141. Boyle JF 2001 Inorganic geochemical methods in palaeolimnology Last WM Smol JP Tracking Environmental Change Using Lake Sediments 2 Physical and Geochemical Methods 83 141 Bronk Ramsey C and Lee S, 2013. Recent and Planned Developments of the Program OxCal. Radiocarbon 55(2–3): 720–730, 10.2458/azu_js_rc.55.16215 . Bronk

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Eduardo González, Álvaro Cabezas, Dov Corenblit and Johannes Steiger

forest conservation in a regulated large Mediterranean River. River Research and Applications 28, 71-80. DOI: 10.1002/rra.1436 Hughes, F.M.R. 1997. Floodplain biogeomorphology. Progress in Physical Geography 21, 501-529. DOI: 10.1177/030913339702100402 Hupp, C.R. 2000. Hydrology, geomorphology and vegetation of Coastal Plain rivers in the South-eastern USA. Hydrological processes 14, 2991-3010. DOI: 10.1002/1099-1085(200011/12)14:16/17<2991::aid-hyp131>3.0.co;2-h IPCC: Working Group III Report “Mitigation of