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The emplacement mode of Upper Cretaceous plutons from the southwestern part of the Sredna Gora Zone (Bulgaria): structural and AMS study

.): Landolt-Bornstein numerical data and functional relationships in science and technology. Group V: Geophysics and space research. Vol. 1. Physical properties of rocks. Subvol. B. Springer , New York, 1-346. Boccaletti M., Manetti P. & Peccerillo A. 1974: The Balkanids as an instance of back-arc thrusts belt: Possible relation with the Hellenids. Geol. Soc. Amer. Bull. 85, 1077-1084. Boccaletti M., Manetti P., Peccerillo A. & Stanisheva-Vasileva G. 1978: Late Cretaceous high-potassium volcanism in Eastern Srednogorie

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Mineralogy, chemical composition and leachability of ash from biomass combustion and biomass–coal co-combustion

Science and Pollution Research, 20, 7917-7925. DOI 10.1007/s11356-013-1673-2. Lanzerstorfer, C. (2015). Chemical composition and physical properties of filter fly ashes from eight grate-fired biomass combustion plants. Journal of Environmental Sciences, 30, 191-197. DOI:10.1016/j.jes.2014.08.021. Lee, J. W., Hawkins, B., Day, D. M., & Reicosky, D.C. (2010). Sustainability: the capacity of smokeless biomass pyrolysis for energy production, global carbon capture and sequestration. Energy and Environmental Sciences, 11, 1695-1705. DOI: 10.1039/c004561f

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Fine and ultrafine TiO2 particles in aerosol in Kraków (Poland)

developing regulatory controls. Atmospheric Environment, 44 , 5035-5052. DOI: 10.1016/j.atmosenv.2010.08.016. Liu, K., Lin, X., & Zhao, J. (2013). Toxic effects of the interaction of titanium dioxide nanoparticles with chemicals or physical factors. International Journal of Nanomedicine , 8 , 2509-2520. DOI: 10.2147/IJN.S46919. Long, T., Saleh, N., Tilton, R., Lowry, G., & Veronesi, B. (2006). Titanium Dioxide (P25) Produces Reactive Oxygen Species in Immortalized Brain Microglia (BV2): Implications for Nanoparticle Neurotoxicity. Environmental Science and

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Urban space recovery. Landscape-beneficial solutions in new estates built in post-industrial and post-military areas in Bristol, Poznań and Gdańsk

they started with extensive public consultation. This outreach resulted in the construction of a multifunctional complex of buildings of high utility, which provided housing, services, and recreational space ( Fig. 5 ). All inhabitants had access to the new attractive public space because there were neither physical barriers (only one of the housing complexes was enclosed) nor economic ones (the prices of houses and services were diversified). The development is connected with the urban structure of the inner city by a system of pedestrian routes. The network of

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Determinants of the spatial diffusion of Bollywood cinema

subordinate to other political and cultural circumstances. Test procedure To achieve the research objectives the following test procedure was carried out: All the Bollywood movies distributed in cinemas all over the world in 1970–2010 were gathered. Movies with a prevailing language other than Hindi were rejected. Thus, the final number of movies was 5,832. On the basis of the information gathered from IMDb (2017), data regarding world premieres of each of the movies was collected. The year of the first premiere and all countries of distribution were key

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Tectono-sedimentary analysis using the anisotropy of magnetic susceptibility: a study of the terrestrial and freshwater Neogene of the Orava Basin

). Śmigielski M., Sinclair H.D., Stuart F.M., Persano C. & Krzywiec P. 2016: Exhumation history of the Tatry Mountains, Western Carpathians, constrained by low-temperature thermochronology. Tectonics 35, 1, 187-207. Tamaki M., Suzuki K. & Fujii T. 2015: Paleocurrent analysis of Pleistocene turbidite sediments in the forearc basin inferred from anisotropy of magnetic susceptibility and paleomagnetic data at the gas hydrate production test site in the eastern Nankai Trough. Mar. Petrol. Geol. 66, 404-417. Tarling D. H. & Hrouda F. 1993: The

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The cricetid rodents from Gratkorn (Austria, Styria): a benchmark locality for the continental Sarmatian sensu stricto (late Middle Miocene) in the Central Paratethys

(Mammalia, Rodentia, Muridae) assemblage from Sandelzhausen (Miocene, Southern Germany): a test on homogeneity. Paläont. Z. 83, 77-83. de Bruijn H. & Saraç G. 1991: Early Miocene Rodent Faunas from the Eastern Mediterranean Area. Part 1. The genus Eumyarion. Proc. K. Nederl. Akad. Wet. 94, 1, 1-36. de Bruijn H. & Ünay E. 1996: On the evolutionary history of the Cricetodontini from Europe and Asia Minor and its bearing on the reconstruction of migrations and the continental biotope during the Neogene. In: Bernor R

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Assessing provenance of Upper Cretaceous siliciclastics using spectral γ-ray record

. 104, 1–374. Hu X., Jansa L., Wang C., Sarti M., Bąk K., Wagreich M., Michalík J. & Soták J. 2005: Upper Cretaceous oceanic red beds (CORBs) in the Tethys: occurrences, lithofacies, age and environments. Cretaceous Research 26, 3–20. IAEA 1990: The use of gamma ray data to define the natural radiation environment. IAEA-TECDOC-566 , Vienna, 1–173. Ingersoll R.V., Bullard T.F., Ford R.L., Grimm J.P., Pickle J.D. & Sares S.W. 1984: The effect of grain size on detrital modes: a test of the Gazzi–Dickinson point counting method. J. Sed. Petrology 54

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Upper Miocene endemic lacustrine gastropod fauna of the Turiec Basin: addressing taxonomic, paleobiogeographic and stratigraphic issues

-110. Férussac J.B.L. d’Audebard de & Férussac A.E.J.P.J.F. d’Audebard de 1807: Essai d’une méthode conchyliologique appliquée aux mollusques fluviatiles et terrestres d’après la considération de l’animal et de son test. Nouvelle édition augmentée d’une synonymie des espèces les plus remarquables, d’une table de concordance systématique de celles qui ont été décrites par Géoffroy, Poiret et Draparnaud, avec Müller et Linné, et terminée par un catalogue d’espèces observées en divers lieux de la France. Delance, Paris, xvi + 1-142. Gašparík J., Brestenská E

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Urban tourism, aerotropolis and local economic development planning: Ekurhuleni and O.R. Tambo International Airport, South Africa

identifying, mobilizing and exploiting local potential, which is contingent upon the economic activities in which localities excel, their stock of human and physical capital, local resources and the institutional context ( Pike et al. 2006 ; Rogerson 2015a ). From a theoretical perspective, Rodriguez-Pose and Wilkie (2015 , p. 21) point out that “the most prominent reason for the endorsement of LED strategies specifically in the context of equitable urban growth in developing environments is that they mobilize and capitalize upon local potential”. Essentially, LED

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