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Interpretation of soil erosion in a Polish loess area using OSL, 137Cs, 210Pbex, dendrochronology and micromorphology – case study: Biedrzykowice site (s Poland)

Use and Soil Erosion in northern Bavaria during the last 5000 Years. (In:) Lang A, Hennrich K, and. Dikau R (Eds.):, LNES, Springer-Verlag, 101: 201–229. Dotterweich M 2003 Land Use and Soil Erosion in northern Bavaria during the last 5000 Years Lang A Hennrich K Dikau R LNES Springer-Verlag 101 201 229 Dotterweich M, 2008. The history of soil erosion and fluvial deposits in small catchments of central Europe: Deciphering the long-term interaction between humans and the environment — A review. Geomorphology 101: 192–208, 10.1016/j

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Review of ascocerid cephalopods from the upper Silurian of the Prague Basin (Central Bohemia) – history of research and palaeobiogeographic relationships

., Torsvik, T. H. (2006): European geography in a global context from the Vendian to the end of the Palaeozoic. – Memoirs of the Geological Society of London, 32: 83–95. Dzik, J. (1984): Phylogeny of the Nautiloidea. – Palaeontologia Polonica, 45: 1–203. Fatka, O., Brocke, R., Wilde, V. (2003): Organic-walled microfossils at the Silurian/Devonian boundary stratotype (Klonk near Suchomasty, Barrandian area, Czech Republic). – INSUGEO, Serie Correlación Geológica, 18: 125–128.

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The Early Cretaceous Mesofossil Flora of Torres Vedras (Ne of Forte Da Forca), Portugal: A Palaeofloristic Analysis of an Early Angiosperm Community

), based on palynomorphs and ostracods. – Cretaceous Research, 29: 417–444. Pacltová, B., Lashin, G. M. A. (1999): Characteristic sporomorphs of the Elaterates province in the Cenomanian of Bohemia (Central Europe) – comparison with the mid-Cretaceous of Egypt (northeastern Africa). – Acta Palaeobotanica, Suppl. 2: 159–165. Pais, J., Reyre, Y. (1981): Problèmes posés par la population sporo-pollinique d’un niveau à plantes de la série de Buarcos (Portugal). – Boletim da Sociedade Geológica de Portugal, 22: 35

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Evaluating map specifications for automated generalization of settlements and road networks in small-scale maps

data generalization has been conducted for many years in numerous scientific units, including the French National Geographic Institute (IGN), the British Ordinance Survey, the Kartverket - Kartographic Agency of the Netherlands, the Kadaster - Dutch Cartography Agency in the cooperation with the Dutch Institute of Geoinformation and Earth Observation and also the Universities in Hannover, Zurich and Munich. European centres can cooperate and exchange experiences and knowledge within the framework of activities organized by European Spatial Data Research (EuroSDR

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Evaluation of Integration Degree of the ASG-EUPOS Polish Reference Networks With Ukrainian GeoTerrace Network Stations in the Border Area

References Bruyninx, C. 2015. Guidelines for EPN Stations & Operetional Centres. EPN Central Bureau. Oct. 26. Czarnecki, K. 2014. Geodezja wspołczesna. Wydawnictwo Naukowe PWN SA. ISBN 978-83-01-18011-9. Horváth, T., Leitmannová, K., Nagl, J., Kollo, K., Wubbena, G. 2008. EUPOS European Position Determination System. Guidelines For Single Site Design. Version 2.1., 4 June 2008. Krzeszowski, K., Bosy, J. 2011. ASG-EUPOS w tereanach przygranicznych. Acta Sci. Pol., Geodesia et Descriptio Terrarum

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Mapping India since 1767: transformation from colonial to postcolonial image

Bhaskaracharya spanning the 5 th to the 12 th century ( Amma 1979 ; Waerden 1983). However, this glorious tradition seemed to be paused due to political and economic instability in Indian subcontinent. During 16 th and 17 th centuries, maps were prepared and used by the Mughal rulers to run smooth administration and establish a generalized revenue collection ( Habib 1974 ; Gole 1988 ). Since the 17 th century Europeans had also widely identified Indian Territory through maps for the expansion of trade and commerce ( Gole 1976 ). Another significant native tradition of

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Carbon isotopes in wood combustion/pyrolysis products: experimental and molecular simulation approaches

Press 128–145. Rowell RM and LeVan-Green SL 2005 Thermal Properties In Rowell RN ed Handbook of Wood Chemistry and Wood Composites CRC Press 128 – 145 Schmidt MWI, Skjemstad JO and Jäger C, 2002. Carbon isotope geochemistry and nanomorphology of soil black carbon: black charnozemic soil in central Europe originate from ancient biomass burning. Global Biogeochemical Cycles 16: 1123, 10.1029/2002GB001939 Schmidt MWI Skjemstad JO and Jäger C 2002 Carbon isotope geochemistry and nanomorphology of soil black carbon: black

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Demographic ageing in the old industrial regions – specifics and links on the example of the Ústí nad Labem Region (N Czechia)

(2014c) Demografická ročenka krajů 2004 až 2013. Fiala T, Langhamrová J (2007) Stárnutí populace – hrozba pro veřejné zdravotnictví? Demografie 49: 13–23. Hlaváček P (2013). Economic and Innovation Adaptability of Regions in the Czech Republic. Liberec Economic Forum, Proceedings of the 11th International Conference, Liberec, 2013, pp. 194–203. Hoff A (2011) Population Ageing in Central and Eastern Europe. Ashgate, Farnham. Holmerová I, Vaňková H, Jurásková B, Hrnčiariková D (2011) Population Ageing in the Czech Republic. In: Hoff

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Groundwater circulation in the Miechów Trough and the central part of the Carpathian Foredeep (Poland): a hydrogeological conceptual model

References Barbacki, A., 2004a. Zbiorniki wód geotermalnych niecki miechowskiej i środkowej części zapadliska przedkarpackiego [ Geothermal groundwater reservoirs of the Miechów Trough and the central part of the Carpathian Foredeep ]. Wyd. Instytutu Gospodarki Surowcami Mineralnymi i Energią PAN, Kraków, 112 pp. Barbacki, A., 2004b. Zbiorniki paleozoiczne obszaru krakowsko-kieleckiego – możliwości wykorzystania energii geotermalnej [Paleozoic reservoirs at the basement Paleozoic reservoirs at the basement of the Cracow–Kielce region (southern

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Epidermal Anatomy of Glyptostrobus Europaeus (Brongn.) Unger from The Late Oligocene of The Westerwald (Rhinelandpalatinate, W-Germany)

References Akhmetiev, M., Walther, H., Kvaček, Z. (2009): Mid-latitude Palaeogene fl oras of Eurasia bound to volcanic set- tings and palaeoclimatic events - experience obtained from the Far East of Russia (Sikhote-Alin´) and Central Europe (Bohemian Massif). - Acta Musei Nationalis Pragae Series B - Historia Naturalis, 65: 61-129. Baumann, H. (1993): Geologie des Westerwaldes in Schwerpunkten. - In: Wegener, H.-H. (ed.), Der Westerwald. Kreis Altenkirchen und Westerwaldkreis, Stuutgart [Theiss Verlag], 26: 13

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