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Observations Concerning the Thickness of Rocks Eroded Between the Cambrian and Bolsovian (= Westphalian C) in Central and Western Bohemia

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Unusual development of sandur sedimentary succession, an example from the Pleistocene of S Poland

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Preservation of magmatic signals in metavolcanics from Wedel Jarlsberg Land, SW Svalbard

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Significant hiatuses in the terrestrial Late Variscan Central and Western Bohemian basins (Late Pennsylvanian–Early Cisuralian) and their possible tectonic and climatic links

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Sedimentary environment and palaeogeography of the ?Palaeocene-Middle Eocene Kashkan Formation, Zagros fold-thrust belt, SW Iran

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Advanced morphology and behaviour of extinct earwig-like cockroaches (Blattida: Fuziidae fam. nov.)

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A hitherto unknown river type from the Archaean at Bhurkuli (Jharkhand, E India)

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Asteriacites and other trace fossils from the Po Formation (Visean–Serpukhovian), Ganmachidam Hill, Spiti Valley (Himalaya) and its paleoenvironmental significance

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Rhynchonelliform brachiopods and trilobites of the ‘upper dark interval’ in the koněprusy area (Devonian, Eifelian, Kačák Event; the Czech Republic)

the Czech Geological Society, 49: 147–155. Biernat, G. (1966): Middle Devonian brachiopods of the Bodzentyn Syncline (Holy Cross Mountains, Poland). – Palaeontologia Polonica, 17: 1–162. Biernat, G., Lazarev, S. S. (1988): Genus Poloniproductus nov. (Brachiopoda, Devonian). – Acta Palaeontologica Polonica, 33(1): 59–71. Boucot, A. J. (1959): A new family and genus of Silurian orthotetacid brachiopods. – Journal of Paleontology, 33: 25–28. Boucot, A. J., Johnson, J. G., Staton, R. D. (1964): On some atrypoid, retzioid, and athyridoid

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Coniacian sandstones from the North Sudetic Synclinorium revisited: palaeoenvironmental and palaeogeographical reconstructions based on trace fossil analysis and associated body fossils

Valleforero’ section and modern traces at the Piedras Estuary. Comunicações Geológicas 103, 131–142. Biernacka, J. & Józefiak, M, 2009. The Eastern Sudetic Island in the Early-to-Middle Turonian: evidence from heavy minerals in the Jerzmanice sandstones, SW Poland. Acta Geologica Polonica 59, 545–565. Billings, E., 1862. New species of Lower Silurian fossils . Geological Survey, Canada, 426 pp. Bjerstedt, T.W., 1987. Latest Devonian – Earliest Mississippian nearshore trace-fossil assemblages from West Virginia, Pennsylvanian, and Maryland. Journal of

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