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Contents of Potentially Toxic Metals and Magnetic Susceptibility of Soils Along a Rural – Urban – Rural Gradient in Bratislava City (Slovakia)

efčík P. 1999. Geochemical atlas of Slovak Republic. Part V – Soils. Soil Science and Conservation Research Institute, Bratislava. Č urlík J. & J urkovič Ľ. 2012. Pedogeochémia. Univerzita Komenského v Bratislave, Bratislava, 228 p. D’ emilio M., C hianese D., C oppola R., M acchiato M. & R agosta M. 2007. Magnetic susceptibility measurements as proxy method to monitor soil pollution: Development of experimental protocols for field survey. Environ. Monitor. Assess. 125: 137-146. Ď urža O. 1999. Heavy metals contamination and magnetic

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Application Of Magnetic Susceptibility of Soils for Identification of Potential Sources of Secondary Dust Emmision in Urban Parks

-42. MARCINEK J., KOMISAREK J. (red.) 2011. Systematyka gleb Polski. Rocz. Glebozn. 62, 3: ss. 193. MATYSEK D., RACLAVSKA H., RACLAVSKY K. 2008. Cor­relation between magnetic susceptibility and heavy metal con­centrations in forest soils of the Eastern Czech Republic. Jo­urnal of Environ. and Engineering Geoph. 13, 1: 13-26. NOWAK D.J., CRANE D.E., STEVENS J.C. 2006. Air pollu­tion removal by urban trees and shrubs in the United States. Urban Forestry and Urban Greening 4, 3-4: 11S-123. SCHMIDT A., YARNOLD R., HILL M

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Stratigraphic correlation potential of magnetic susceptibility and gamma-ray spectrometric variations in calciturbiditic facies (Silurian-Devonian boundary, Prague Synclinorium, Czech Republic)

. Palaeogeogr. Palaeoclimatol. Palaeoecol. 181, 67-90. Čáp P., Vacek F. & Vorel T. 2003: Microfacies analysis of Silurian and Devonian type sections (Barrandian, Czech Republic). Czech Geol. Surv., Spec. Pap. 15, 1-40. da Silva A. C. & Boulvain F. 2006: Upper Devonian carbonate platform correlations and sea level variations recorded in magnetic susceptibility. Palaeogeogr. Palaeoclimatol. Palaeoecol. 240, 373-388. da Silva A. C., Mabille C. & Boulvain F. 2009a: Influence of sedimentary setting

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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

. Soc. London, Spec. Publ. 105, 91-99. Garecka M. 2005: Calcareous nannoplankton from the Podhale Flysch (Oligocene-Miocene, Inner Carpathians, Poland). Stud. Geol. Pol. 124, 353-370. Graham J. W. 1954: Magnetic susceptibility anisotropy, an unexploited petrofabric element. Geol. Soc. Am. Bull. 65, 12, 1257-1258. Gravenor C. P. & Wong T. 1987: Magnetic and pebble fabrics and origin of the Sunnybrook Till, Scarborough, Ontario, Canada. Can. J. Earth Sci. 24, 10, 2038-2046. Gross P., Filo I., Halouzka R

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Magnetic Susceptibility of Chernozems

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Impact of noise barriers on the dispersal of solid pollutants from car emissions and their deposition in soil

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Magneto-, and isotope stratigraphy around the Jurassic/Cretaceous boundary in the Vysoká Unit (Malé Karpaty Mountains, Slovakia): correlations and tectonic implications

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The Odivelas Limestone: evidence for a Middle Devonian reef system in western Ossa-Morena Zone (Portugal)

. & Spišiak J. 2006: Stratigraphic variation of complex impurities in platform limestones and possible significance of atmospheric dust: a study with emphasis on gamma-ray spectrometry and magnetic susceptibility outcrop logging (Eifelian-Frasnian, Moravia, Czech Republic). Int. J. Earth Sci. 95, 4, 703-723. Iven C. 1980: Alveolitiden and Heliolitiden aus dem Mittle- und Oberdevon des Bergischen Landes (Rheinisches Schiefergebirge). Palaeontographica 167, 1-179. Jesus A., Mateus A., Waerenborgh J., Figueiras J., Alves

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Stratigraphy, plankton communities, and magnetic proxies at the Jurassic/Cretaceous boundary in the Pieniny Klippen Belt (Western Carpathians, Slovakia)

stratigraphy around the Jurassic/Cretaceous boundary in the Vysoká Unit (Male Karpaty Mountains): correlations and tectonic implications Geol. Carpath. 61 309 326 Grabowski J., Schnyder J., Sobień K., Koptiková L., Krzemiński L., Pszczółkowski A., Hejnar J. & Schnabl P. 2013: Magnetic susceptibility and spectra gamma logs in the Tithonian–Berriasian pelagic carbonates in the Tatra Mts (Western Carpathians, Poland): palaeoenvironmental changes at the Jurassic/Cretaceous boundary. Cretaceous Res. 27, 398–417. Grabowski J. Schnyder J. Sobień K

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Luminescence chronostratigraphy for the loess deposits in Złota, Poland

, palaeopedology and stratigraphy allowing to interpret the geological history of this place. The investigations of magnetic susceptibility, grain-size distribution or the organic carbon contents aim at obtaining a reliable stratigraphy of the loess sediment in Poland, which in conjunction with the chronostratigraphy will correspond to similar investigations led in other countries, like the chronostratigraphy created by other researchers in Europe, especially in the Serbia, Czech Republic, Germany and Ukraine ( Fuchs et al ., 2008 ; Fuchs et al ., 2013 ; Antoine et al

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