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Heavy-mineral, mineral-chemical and zircon-age constraints on the provenance of Triassic sandstones from the Devon coast, southern Britain

the Pennine Basin, UK: constraints from heavy mineral and detrital zircon age data. Sedimentary Geology 137, 147-185. Henry, D.J. & Guidotti, C.V., 1985. Tourmaline as a petrogenetic indicator mineral: an example from the staurolite-grade metapelites of NW Maine. American Mineralogist 70, 1-15. Holloway, S., Milodowski, A.E., Strong, G.E. & Warrington, G., 1989. The Sherwood Sandstone Group of the Wessex Basin, southern England. Proceedings of the Geologists Association 100, 383-394. Hounslow, M.W. & Ruffell, A

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Hazardous radioactivity levels and heavy mineral concentrations in beach sediments of Lake Peipsi, northeastern Estonia

by-products. Health Physics 48, 87–95. Carvalho, C., Anjos, R.M., Veiga, R. & Macario, K., 2011. Application of radiometric analysis in the study of provenance and transport processes of Brazilian coastal sediments. Journal of Environmental Radioactivity 102, 185–192. De Meijer, R.J., 1998. Heavy minerals: from “Edelstein” to Einstein. Journal of Geochemical Exploration 62, 81–103. De Meijer, R.J., James, I.R., Jennings, P.J. & Koeyers, J.E., 2001. Cluster analysis of radionuclide concentrations in beach sand. Applied Radiation and Isotopes

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Heavy minerals as a tool to reconstruct river activity during the Weichselian glaciation (Toruń Basin, Poland)

.A., Reesink, A.J.H., Simpson, C.J. & Thomas, R.E., 2011. Evolution and sedimentology of a channel fill in the sandy braided South Saskatchewan River and its comparison to the deposits of an adjacent compound bar. Sedimentology 58, 1860-1883. Bateman, R.M. & Cat, J.A., 2007. Provenance and palaeoenvironmental interpretation of superficial deposits, with Particular reference to post-depositional modification of heavy mineral assemblages. [In:] M.A. Mange & D.T. Wright (Eds): Heavy minerals in use. Developments in Sedimentology 58, 151

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Heavy and light minerals as a tool for reconstructing depositional environments: an example from the Jałówka site (northern Podlasie region, NE Poland)

[Aeolisation of sediments as an indicator of Quaternary stratigraphy]. WGSR, Warszawa, 39-42. Bateman, R.M., 1989. Interpretation of heavy mineral assemblages: outmoded art or undervalued science? 28th International Geological Congress (Washington, DC) Abstracts 1, 97-98. Bateman, R.M. & Catt, J.A., 2007. Provenance and paleoenvironmental interpretation of superficial deposits, with particular references to post-depositional modification of heavy mineral assemblages. [In:] M.A. Mange & D.T. Wright (Eds): Heavy minerals in use. Developments

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Provenance of the detrital garnets and spinels from the Albian sediments of the Czorsztyn Unit (Pieniny Klippen Belt, Western Carpathians, Slovakia)

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Provenance of Paleozoic very low- to low-grade metasedimentary rocks of South Tisia (Slavonian Mountains, Radlovac Complex, Croatia)

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Factors controlling sedimentation in the Toruń-Eberswalde ice-marginal valley during the Pomeranian phase of the Weichselian glaciation: an overview

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Heavy-mineral analysis in Polish investigations of Quaternary deposits: a review

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

Carpathians and their foreland: Geology and hydrocarbon resources. Mem. Amer. Assoc. Petrol. Geol. 84, 11–46. Grzebyk J. & Lesczyński S. 2006: New data on heavy minerals from the Upper Cretaceous–Paleogene flysch of the Beskid Slaski Mts. (Polish Carpathians). Geol. Quart. 50, 2, 265–280. Haas J. & Csaba P. 2004: Mesozoic evolution of the Tisza Megaunit. Int. J. Earth Sci. 93, 297–313. Hanžl P., Finger F., Krejčí O., Schitter F., Buriánková K. & Stráník Z. 2000: Petrography, geochemistry and age of granitic pebbles from the Moravian part of the

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Osl Dates and Heavy Mineral Analysis of Upper Quaternary Sediments from the Valleys of the Ér and Berettyó Rivers

, Geological Society, Special Publications 191: 37-53. Thamó-Bozsó E, Murray AS, Nádor A, Magyari Á and Babinszki E, 2007. Investigation of river network evolution using luminescence dating and heavy mineral analysis of Late-Quaternary fluvial sands from the Great Hungarian Plain. Quaternary Geochronology 2(1-4): 168-173, DOI 10.1016/j.quageo.2006.05.012. Thamó-Bozsó E and ÓKovács L, 2007. Evolution of Quaternary to modern fluvial network in the Mid-Hungarian Plain, indicated by heavy mineral distributions and

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