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Vegetation units of wetland and terrestrial habitats: the case study of Spercheios River and Maliakos Gulf (Sterea Ellas, Greece), a Natura 2000 Site

seasonal and long term coastline changes monitoring the case of Spercheios river delta (central Greece). Zeitschrift fur Geomorphologie, Supplementband, 137: 159–175. Quézel, P. & Barbéro, M. 1985: Carte de la végétation Potentielle de la région meéditerranéenne, fuille 1: meéditerranéenne oriental. Ed. C.N.R.S., Paris: 1–69 + carte. Raus, Th. 1980: Die vegetation Ostthessaliens (Grichenland) III. Querco - Fagetea und azonale Gehölzgesellschaften. Bot. Jahrb. Syst. 101: 313–361. Raus, Th. 1982: Phytogeographical circumscription of the Mediterranean

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Tectonic evolution of the Sicilian Maghrebian Chain inferred from stratigraphic and petrographic evidences of Lower Cretaceous and Oligocene flysch

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Land Snails in the Slovak Open-Air Garden Centres

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Comparative Morphometric Analysis of the Smallscaled Scorpionfish, Scorpaena Porcus (Scorpaenidae, Scorpaeniformes), from the Southern Coast of the Crimea and Eastern Part of the Adriatic Sea

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

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The Paleo-Anthropocene and the Genesis of the Current Landscape of Israel

reconstruction during the Late Quaternary: A test case from central Israel. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology , 468, 503-519. Shtienberg, G., Dix, J. K., Shahack-Gross, R., Yasur-Landau, A., Roskin, J., Bookman, R., Waldmann, N., Shalev, S. and Sivan, D. (2017b). Anthropogenic overprints on natural coastal aeolian sediments: A study from the periphery of ancient Caesarea, Israel. Anthropocene , 19, 22-34. Svoray, T., Shoshany, M., & Perevolotsky, A. (2003). Mediterranean rangeland response to human intervention: a remote sensing and GIS study

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A New Species of the Genus Herina (Diptera, Ulidiidae) from Dominica (Lesser Antilles)

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Geology of the Čoka structure in northern Banat (Central Paratethys, Serbia)

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Integrated high-resolution stratigraphy of a Middle to Late Miocene sedimentary sequence in the central part of the Vienna Basin

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Discovery of the Badenian evaporites inside the Carpathian Arc: implications for global climate change and Paratethys salinity

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