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Gender Identity of Students and Teachers: Implications for a Sustainable Future

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Miocene quartz sands redeposited on subaqueous and alluvial fans during the Saalian: Interpretation of the depositional scenario at Ujście, western Poland

mineralogical diversity of the same age tills in the selected areas of the Polish Lowlands]. Przegląd Geologiczny 52, 325. Kirkby, M.J., 1987. General models of long-term slope evolution through mass movements. [In:] Anderson, M. & Richards, K. (Eds): Slope Stability, Geotechnical Engineering and Geomorphology. Wiley, London, 359–379. Kostaschuk, R.A. & Smith, D.G., 1983. Late Quaternary lacustrine and deltaic sedimentation near Banff, Alberta. Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences 20, 1834–1842. Kozarski, S. & Kasprzak, L., 1987. Facies analysis and

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High-energy seismic events in Legnica–Głogów Copper District in light of ASG-EUPOS data

observations, some frequent directions were distinguished without seasonal effects. In many stations, the analysed directions of detrended displacement vectors correspond to the orientation of tectonic lines. So, the statistical distribution of daily solutions of GNSS stations located in the Sudetes and adjacent areas including the analysed further on stations in the area of LGCD are not random, and in most stations, are oriented accordingly towards the Sudetes. It was concluded that the directions of temporal stations’ position changes can be an indication of the impulse

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Neogene uplift and erosion in the Alpine Foreland Basin (Upper Austria and Salzburg)

. 2006: Seismic facies and reservoir characteristics of a deep marine channel belt in the Molasse foreland basin. AAPG Bull. 90, 735-752. Donelick R. A., Ketcham R. A. & Carlson W. D. 1999: Variability of apatite fission-track annealing kinetics. II. Crystallographic orientation effects. Amer. Mineralogist 84, 9, 1224-1234. Dumitru T. A. 1993: A new computer-automated microscope stage system for fission-track analysis. Nucl. Tracks Radiat. Meas 21, 575-580. Farley K. A. 2002: (U

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Quaternary exhumation of the Carpathians: a record from the Orava-Nowy Targ Intramontane Basin, Western Carpathians (Poland and Slovakia)

Vienna Basin Transform Fault. Int. J. Earth Sci. 100, 1925-1935. Kukulak J. 1998: Sedimentary characteristics of the topmost deposits, Domański Wierch alluvial cone (Neogene/Pleistocene), Orawa Depression, Polish Carpathians. Stud. Geol. Pol. 111, 93-111 (in Polish, English summary). Kukulak J. 1999: Orientation of joints and faults in the SE part of the Orawa Depression. Przegl. Geol. 47, 1021-1026 (in Polish, English summary). Kukulak J. 2011: Boundary faults of the Orava Basin close

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Resource Efficiency of Settlement Structures: Terms, Conceptual Implications and Connecting Factors to the Resilience Debate

). Most recently, this orientation has been further supported by the flagship initiative "Resource Efficient Europe" ( European Commission 2011a ) as well as the then following "Roadmap for a Resource Efficient Europe" ( European Commission 2011b ). In this context, also questions of settlement development and the thus connected use of land, energy and material are of crucial significance. The sustainability strategy of the German Federal Government identifies the support of a sustainable settlement development—under the headline "Reducing Land Use"—as a focal point

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Lower Badenian coarse-grained Gilbert deltas in the southern margin of the Western Carpathian Foredeep basin

Czech). Jol H.M. & Smith D.G. 1991: Ground penetrating radar of northern lacustrine deltas. Can. J. Earth Sci . 28, 1939–1947. Kim J.W. & Chough S.K. 2000: A gravel lobe deposit in the prodelta of the Doumsan fan delta (Miocene), SE Korea. Sediment. Geol . 130, 183–203. Kováč M., Baráth I., Harzhauser M., Hlavatý I. & Hudáčková N. 2004: Miocene depositional systems and sequence stratigraphy of the Vienna basin. Cour. Forsch.-Inst. Senckenberg 246, 187–212. Krippner A., Meinhold G., Morton A.C. & von Eynatten H. 2014: Evaluation of garnet

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A seismic source zone model for the seismic hazard assessment of Slovakia

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Governance and Design of Urban Infostructures
Analysing Key Socio-Technical Systems for the Vulnerability and Resilience of Cities

degree of normative orientation. Yet, they equally recognise the value of such vague concepts as boundary objects for communication and coordination across disciplines, providing a common perspective for analysis and action (cf. Becker 2010 ). Looking at the scientific trajectories of vulnerability and resilience it seems that a focus on cities and information systems is likely to benefit from the latter quality, while also encouraging first steps towards more integrated approaches. 2.1 Identifying and Assessing Urban Vulnerabilities The broader scientific

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

detrital tourmaline in the Lower Jurassic of the Malé Karpaty Mts. Mineralia Slovaca 27, 37–44. Aubrecht R. & Méres Š. 2000: Exotic detrital pyrope-almandine gar-nets in the Jurassic sediments of the Pieniny Klippen Belt and Tatric Zone: where did they come from? Mineralia Slovaca 32, 17–28. Aubrecht R. & Túnyi I. 2001: Original orientation of neptunian dykes in the Pieniny Klippen Belt (Western Carpathians): the first results. Contr. Geophys. Geod. 31, 3, 557–578. Aubrecht R., Méres Š., Sýkora M. & Mikuš T. 2009: Provenance of the detrital

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