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Mantle rock exposures at oceanic core complexes along mid-ocean ridges

. Emplacement of mantle rocks in the seafloor at mid-ocean ridges. Journal of Geophysical Research 98, 4163–4172. Cannat, M., 1996. How thick is the magmatic crust at slow spreading oceanic ridges. Journal of Geophysical Research 101, 2847–2857. Cannat, M. & Casey, J.F., 1995. An Ultramafic Lift at the Mid-Atlantic Ridge: Successive Stages of Magmatism in Serpentinized Peridotites from the 15°N Region. Petrology and Structural Geology 6, 5–34. Cannat, M., Mével, C., Maia, M., Deplus, C., Durand, C., Gente, P., Agrinier, P., Belarouchu, A., Dubuisson, G

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Ophiolitic detritus in Kimmeridgian resedimented limestones and its provenance from an eroded obducted ophiolitic nappe stack south of the Northern Calcareous Alps (Austria)

., Frei D., Báldi-Béke M., Reitner J., Wemmer K., Hrvatović H. & von Eynatten H. 2008: Provenance of the Bosnian Flysch. Swiss J. Geosci. 101, 1, 31–54. Mikuš T. & Spišiak J. 2007: Chemical composition and alteration of Cr-spinels from Meliata and Penninic serpentinized peridotites (Western Carpathians and Eastern Alps). Geol. Quart. 51, 257–270. Missoni S. & Gawlick H.-J. 2010: Neudefinition der Saalachzone in den Nördlichen Kalkalpen (Österreich, Deutschland): was ist sie, woher kommt sie und woraus besteht sie? J. Alp. Geol. 52, 182

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The Festuco-Brometea Grasslands on Sandstone and Marl-Clay-Sandstone Substrata in Tuscany (Northern-Central Italy)

Satistics Software Package for Education and Data Analysis http://palaeo_electronica.org. Korneck, D. 1974: Xerothermvegetation von Rheinland- Pfalz und Nachbargebieten. Schriftenreihe fur Vegetationskunde 7: 1−196. Lastrucci, L., Foggi, B., Raffaelli, M., Benesperi, R., Gonnelli, V., Zinetti, F., Principi, G. & Cavazzoni, D. 2009: Contributo alla conoscenza naturalistica dell’Area Naturale Protetta di Interesse Locale (ANPIL) “Serpentine di Pieve S. Stefano (Arezzo, Toscana). Bollettino del Museo Regio di Scienze Naturali Torino 27

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Plant Communities of Travertine Outcrops of the Saturnia Area in Southern Tuscany (Central Italy)

Protetta di Interesse Locale (ANPIL) “Serpentine di Pieve S. Stefano” (Arezzo, Toscana). Boll. Mus. reg. Sci. nat. Torino 27 (1): 101-151. Noest, V., Van Der Maarel, E., Van Der Meulten, F. & Van Der Loan, D. 1989: Optimum-transformation of plant species cover abundance values. Vegetatio 83: 167-178. Oberdorfer, E. 1978: Suddeutsche Pflanzenge sellschaften - Teil II. G. Fischer Verlag. - Stuttgart, New York. pp. 355. Pignatti, S. 1982: Flora d’Italia. 1-3. Edagricole, Bologna. Pignatti, S. 1998: I boschi d

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Adsorption of Malachite Green and Congo Red Dyes from Water: Recent Progress and Future Outlook

water using natural serpentine. J Taiwan Inst Chem Eng. 2018;82:102-116. DOI: /10.1016/j.jtice.2017.10.023. [38] Tian C, Feng C, Wei M, Wu Y. Enhanced adsorption of anionic toxic contaminant congo red by activated carbon with electropositive amine modification. Chemosphere. 2018;208:476-483. DOI: 10.1016/j.chemosphere.2018.06.005. [39] Srilakshmi C, Saraf R. Ag-doped hydroxyapatite as efficient adsorbent for removal of congo red dye from aqueous solution: Synthesis, kinetic and equilibrium adsorption isotherm analysis. Micropor Mesopor Mat. 219 (2016), 134

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Stable isotope geochemistry of sulfides from intrusion in Monchegorsk, northern part of Baltic Shield

). Within these rocks they are associated massive sulfide ore deposits, mainly composed of pyrite and pentlandite, chalcopyrite and breccias containing all the above men-tioned types of rocks. These breccias are composed of crushed rocks of peridotites which are cemented by quartz and sulfides. The microscopic observation indi-cates sulfides such as pyrite, chalcopyrite and secondary altered gabbroids by serpentinization and saussuritization processes ( Fig. 3A , 3B ). Fig. 3 Microphotographs of samples of massive sulfide mineralization from Monchegorsk (sample 2

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Low-Grade Metamorphism of Permian Mafic Rocks From the Gorzów Wielkopolski Block (Fore Sudetic Monocline, Nw Poland): Age and Mechanism

. DUBIŃSKA E., BYLINA P., KOZLOWSKI A., DÖRR W., NEJBERT K., SCHASTOK J., KULICKI C., 2004b: U-Pb dating of serpentinization: hydrothermal zircon from a metasomatic rodingite shell (Sudetic ophiolite, SW Poland). Chemical Geology 203, 183-203. EHLERS T.A., CHAPMAN D.S., 1999: Normal fault thermal regimes: conductive and hydrothermal heat transfer surrounding the Wasatch fault, Utah. Tectonophysics 312, 217-234. FLEKKØY E.G., MALTHE-SØRENSSEN A., JAMTVEIT B. 2002: Modeling hydrofracture. Journal of Geophysical

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Provenance of synorogenic deposits of the Upper Cretaceous–Lower Palaeogene Jarmuta–Proč Formation (Pieniny Klippen Belt, Western Carpathians)

: Jurkovič Ľ. (Ed.): Conference „Cambelove dni 2008“, Abstract Book. Comenius University , Bratislava, 37–43 (in Slovak with English summary). Mikes T., Christ D., Petri R., Dunkl I., Frei D., Báldi-Beke M., Reitner J., Wemmer K., Hrvatović H. & von Eynatten H. 2008: Provenance of the Bosnian Flysch. Swiss J. Geosci. 101, S31–S54. Mikuš T. & Spišiak J. 2007: Chemical composition and alteration of Cr-spinels from Meliata and Penninic serpentinized peridotites (Western Carpathians and Eastern Alps). Geol. Quarterly 51, 257–270. Mikuš T., Spišiak J

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The Moravian Gate as route of migration of thermophilous bee species to Poland: fact or myth? A case study in the “Góra Gipsowa” steppe reserve and other habitats near Kietrz

. Hymenoptera. Polskie Towarzystwo Entomologiczne, Toruń. (in Polish) PŘIDAL A. 2014. New and interesting records of bees from Moravia and Slovakia with remarks to the Czech and Slovak checklist of bees (Hymenoptera: Apoidea: Apiformes). Klapalekiana 50: 73-83. PŘIDAL A., VESELÝ P. 2011. Changes in the composition of the bee populations of the Mohelno Serpentine Steppe after 70 years (Hymenoptera: Apiformes). Acta Universitatis Agriculturae et Silviculturae Mendelianae Brunensis 59(6): 291-311. PRZYBYŁOWICZ Ł. 2006. Bittacus

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Provenance of the detrital garnets and spinels from the Albian sediments of the Czorsztyn Unit (Pieniny Klippen Belt, Western Carpathians, Slovakia)

-spinels from the Mesozoic sequences of the Western Carpathians. Phd Thesis, SAS , Bratislava, 1-110. Mikuš T. & Spišiak J. 2007: Chemical composition and alteration of Crspinels from Meliata and Penninic serpentinized peridotites (Western Carpathians and Eastern Alps). Geol. Quart. 51, 257-270. Mišík M. 1978: Some paleogeographic problems of the Pieniny Klippen Belt. In: Vozár J. (Ed.): Paleogeographic development of the Western Carpathians. GÚDŠ , Bratislava, 147-159 (in Slovak). Mišík M. 1996

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