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Douglas-fir provenance phenology observations

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Dependence of douglas-fir mean height on geographic origin of canadian provenances in seedling nursery conditions

, 40-41, 137-145. Lavadinović, V., Isajev, V. & Koprivica M. (1996a). Efect of seed germination on survival and height of two-year old Douglas-fir of different provenances. Genetica, 28, 2, 103-114. Lavadinović, V. & Koprivica M. (1996b). Dependence of Young Douglas-fir stands of different provenances on beech sites in Serbia. Proceedings from the IUFRO Conference (pp. 390-400). Copenhagen. Lavadinović, V., Koprivica, M. & Marković N. (1996c). Comparison of diameter and height of twenty Douglas fir (Pseudotsuga

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Geochemistry, environmental and provenance study of the Middle Miocene Leitha limestones (Central Paratethys)

blocks in Colorado to platform sediment in Kansas, USA. Geochim. Cosmochim. Acta 58, 4955–4972. Cullers R.L. 2000: The geochemistry of shales, siltstones and sandstones of Penn- sylvanianePermian age, Colorado, U.S.A.: implications for provenance and metamorphic studies. Lithos 51, 305–327. Cullers R.L. 2002: Implications of elemental concentrations for provenance, redox conditions, and metamorphic studies of shales and limestones near Pueblo, CO, USA. Chem. Geol. 191, 305–327. Cullers R.L. & Podkovyrov V.N. 2000: Geochemistry of the

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

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Provenance of the Early Cambrian Abbottabad Formation in the Hazara region, Pakistan

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Characteristics of ESR signals and TLCLs of quartz included in various source rocks and sediments in Japan: A clue to sediment provenance

and Laurent M, 2000. Bleaching of ESR signals by the sunlight: a laboratory experiment for establishing the ESR dating of sediments. Applied Radiation and Isotopes 52(5): 1357–1362, DOI 10.1016/S0969-8043(00)00095-6. [18] Shimada A and Takada M, 2008. Characteristics of Electron Spin Resonance (ESR) signals in quartz from igneous rock samples: a clue to sediment provenance. Annual Reports of Graduate School of Humanities and Sciences 23: 187–195. [19] Yawata T

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Peri-Amazonian provenance of the Central Dobrogea terrane (Romania) attested by U/Pb detrital zircon age patterns

absolute age of the metamorphic rocks in the foreland of the Carpathian orogen. Stud. Cerc. Geol. Geofiz. Geogr., Ser. Geol. (Bucuresti) 12, 287-297 (in Romanian). Golonka J. 2002: Plate-tectonics maps of the Phanerozoic. In: Kiessling W., Flugel E. & Golonka J. (Eds.): Phanerozoic reef patterns. SEPM Spec. Publ. 72, 21-75. Horton B.K., Hassanzadeh J., Stockli D.F., Axen G.J., Gillis R.J., Guest B., Amini A., Fakhari M., Zamanzadeh M.S. & Grove G. 2008: Detrital zircon provenance of Neoproterozoic to Cenozoic

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Geochemistry of the Permian sandstones from the Malužiná Formation in the Malé Karpaty Mts (Hronic Unit, Western Carpathians, Slovakia): implications for source-area weathering, provenance and tectonic setting

References Argast S. & Donnelly T.W. 1987: The chemical discrimination of clastic sedimentary components. J. Sed. Petrology 57, 813-823. Armstrong-Altrin J.S. & Verma S.P. 2005: Critical evaluation of six tectonic setting discrimination diagrams using geochemical data of Neogene sediments from known tectonic settings. Sed. Geol. 177, 115-129. Asiedu D.K., Suzuki S., Nogami K. & Shibata T. 2000: Geochemistry of Lower Cretaceous sediments, Inner Zone of Southwest Japan: Constraints on provenance and

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

References Baldík V., Novotný R., Gilíková H., Bubík M., Kryštofová E., Buriánek D., Krejčí O., Kolejka V., Nývlt D., Pecina V., Janderková J., Kociánová L., Müller P., Krumlová H., Geršlová E., Kašpárek M., Kašperáková D., Konečný F., Krejčí Z., Kunceová E., Havlín Nováková D., Otava J., Paleček M., Sedláček J. & Švábenická L. 2012: Explanation to basic Geological Map of the Czech Republic 1: 25,000, 25–231 Rožnov pod Radhoštěm. MS Archiv ČGS , Praha, 1–169 (in Czech). Basu A. 1985: Reading provenance from detrital quartz. In: Zuffa G.G. (Ed

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Sandstone petrography and geochemistry of the Nayband Formation (Upper Triassic, Central Iran): Implications for sediment provenance and tectonic setting

References Adhikari, B.R. and Wagreich, M., 2011. Provenance evolution of collapse graben fill in the Himalaya - The Miocene to Quaternary Thakkhola-Mustang graben (Nepal). Sedimentary Geology, 233, 1–14. Aghanabati, S.A., 2004. Geology of Iran. Geological Survey of Iran, Tehran. 587 pp. (in Persian) Armstrong-Altrin, J. S., Lee, Y., Verma, S. and Ramasamy, S., 2004. Geochemistry of sandstones from the Upper Miocene Kudanul Formation, southern India. Implications for provenance, weathering and

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