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G.M.T. Rădulescu, A.T.G. Rădulescu, M.V.G. Rădulescu and Sanda Naş

8. REFERENCES Ajiboye O., 2010, Sensor Computation and Communication for Remote Structural Monitoring, http://etd.library.vanderbilt.edu/available/etd-05272009-111310/unrestricted/OlabodeAjiboyeRevised.pdf . Chang, F.K., et all, 1999, Structural Health Monitoring, Proceedings of the 2 nd International Workshop on Structural Health Monitoring, Stanford, CA, USA . Dong Y., 2010, Bridges Structural Health Monitoring and Deterioration Detection, Synthesis of Knowledge and Technology, Alaska University Transportation Center, Fairbanks, AK 99775

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Antoine Zink

sampling manual (version ii). MRC Biostatistics Unit, Institute of Public Health, Cambridge, UK. [31] Steel D, 2001. Bayesian statistics in radiocarbon calibration. Philisophy of Sciences 68(3): S153–S164. http://dx.doi.org/10.1086/392905 [32] Van Strydonck M, Moor AD and Benazeth D, 2004. 14C dating compared to art historical dating of roman and coptic textiles from egypt. Radiocarbon 46: 231–244. [33] Wintle AG, 1973. Anomalous Fading of Thermoluminescence in Mineral Samples. Nature 245

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Gelson Luís Fambrini, Virgínio Henrique M.L. Neumann, José Acioli B. Menezes-Filho, Wellington F. Da Silva-Filho and Édison Vicente De Oliveira

REFERENCES Almeida, F.F.M., Hasui, Y., Brito Neves, B.B. and Fuck, R.A. 1981. Brazilian structural provinces: an introduction. Earth Science Review , 17 , 1–21. Almeida, R.P., Janikian, L., Fragoso-Cesar, A.R.S. and Marconato, A. 2009. Evolution of a rift basin dominated by subaerial deposits: The Guaritas Rift, Early Cambrian, Southern Brazil. Sedimentary Geology , 217 , 30–51. Arai, M. 2006. Revisão estratigráfica do Cretáceo Inferior das bacias interiores do Nordeste do Brasil. Geociências , 25 , 7–15. Asmus, H.E. and Ponte, F

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Duo Wang, Gong-Ming Yin, Xu-Long Wang, Chun-Ru Liu, Fei Han and Jin-Hua Du

landforms, we mainly sampled the uplifted side of the GCF and the abandoned western edges of alluvial fans and/or preserved river terrace risers. This approach reduces the possibility that later erosion may influence our results and interpretations. OSL dating was used to study the northern segment of the GCF at the Aerqingsang and Quba sites ( Fig. 1 ). Six samples were collected from the alluvial sediments. To avoid potential exposure to daylight whilst sampling, sediments for equivalent dose ( D e ) determination were only taken from the middle part of each steel

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Atul K. Singh, Manoj K. Jaiswal, Jitendra K. Pattanaik and Maha Dev

steel disks of 10 mm diameter, the grains were mounted on the disks using Silko-Spray silicone oil. Standard SAR protocol (Murray and Wintle, 2000) was applied to obtain equivalent dose for each sample. The optical luminescence measurements were made on Lexsygsmart TL-OSL reader (Freiberg Instruments, Germany) at luminescence dating laboratory in IISER Kolkata. The instrument beta dose rate was calibrated using calibration quartz supplied from the Risoe National Laboratory, Denmark Technical University, Denmark. The instrument is equipped with blue light emitting LEDs

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Grzegorz Poręba, Zbigniew Śnieszko, Piotr Moska, Przemysław Mroczek and Ireneusz Malik

collected using a “Stiboka” motorized corer (inserting 10 cm diameter demountable steel tubes into the soil profiles) along five downslope transects from an agricultural field. The motorized sample corer allowed soil cores with a non-disturbed structure to be obtained. Core locations were recorded using an RTK GPS (Promark 220, about 0.1 m accuracy) and are presented in Fig. 1 . The soil cores were sectioned into 10 cm intervals. Additional cores were collected from undisturbed reference sites and sectioned at 2, 3 or 5 cm increments. Reference sites were selected as

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Anna Wysocka, Andrzej Radwański, Marcin Górka, Maciej Bąbel, Urszula Radwańska and Michał Złotnik

. September, 11-16, Banska Bystrica, Slovak Republic, p. 30. Oszczypko, N., Krzywiec, P., Popadyuk, I. and Peryt, T. 2006. Carpathian Foredeep Basin (Poland and Ukraine): Its sedimentary, structural, and geodynamic evolution. In: Golonka, J. and Picha, F.J. (eds), The Carpathians and Their Foreland: Geology and Hydrocarbon Resources. American Association of Petroleum Geologists Memoir, 84, 393-350. Ósso, A. and Stalennuy, O. 2011. Description of the first fossil species of Bathynectes (Brachyura, Polybiidae) in the Badenian (middle Miocene

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Azam Entezari Harsini, Seyed A Mazaheri, Saeed Saadat and José F Santos

the development of a magmatic arc ( Spies et al ., 1983 ; Shafii Moghadam et al ., 2014 ). Tertiary intrusive and volcanic rocks of Sabzevar zone have the characteristics of the calc-alkaline magmas. Furthermore, there are alkaline rocks in this zone. As shown in Fig. 1 , Gandab area is situated in the Sabzevar structural zone, and Sabzevar Torbat Jam subzone at north of the Daruneh fault (e.g. Ruttner and Stöcklin, 1967 ; Berberian and King, 1981 ; Alavi, 1991 ) located in the central part of the 1:100000 geological map of Kadkan sheet in northeast of Iran

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Marek Osacký, Miroslav Honty, Jana Madejová, Thomas Bakas and Vladimír Šucha

References Arthur R., Apted M. & Stenhouse M. 2005: Comment on Long-Term Chemical and Mineralogical Stability of the Buffer. SKI Report 2005: 09, Swedish Nuclear Power Inspectorate , Stockholm, Sweden. Betancur J. D., Barrero C. A., Greneche J. M. & Goya G. F. 2004: The effect of water content on the magnetic and structural properties of goethite. J. Alloys. Compounds 369, 247-251. Börgesson L., Karnland O., Hökmark H. & Sellin P. 2002: Buffer and Safety Assessment for KBS-3H

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Salvatore Giano

I. 1989: Climatic versus tectonic controls of fan sequences: lessons from the Dead Sea, Israel. J. Geol. Soc. London 146, 527-538. Frostick L.E. & Steel R.J. 1993: Tectonic signatures in sedimentary basin fill: an overview. Int. Ass. Sed., Spec. Publ. 20, 1-9. Giano S.I., Lapenna V., Piscitelli S. & Schiattarella M. 1997: New geological and geophysical data on the structural setting of the Quaternary continental deposits of the Agri high Valley (Basilicata). Quaternario 10, 591