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nordböhmischen Tertiär. - Monatsberichte der Deutschen Akademie der Wissenschaften, 9: 203-215. Bůžek, Č., Holý, F., Kvaček, Z. (1976): Tertiary fl ora from the Volcanogenic Series at Markvartice and Veselíčko near Česká Kamenice (České Středohoří Mts.). - Sborník geologických věd, Paleontologie, 18: 69-132. Cajz, V. (2000): Proposal of lithostratigraphy for the České středohoří Mts. volcanics. - Věstník Ústředního geologického ústavu, 75: 7-16. Engelhardt, H. (1891): Ueber fossile Pfl anzen aus tertiären Tuffen Nordböhmens. - Abhandlungen der Naturwissenschaftliche

, reconstruction of volcanic development. Ústecké Muzejní Sešity 4, 5-14 (in Czech with German abstract). Cajz V. 2000: Proposal of lithostratigraphy for the České středohoří Mts. volcanics. Bull. Czech Geol. Surv. 75, 1, 7-16. Cajz V., Vokurka K., Balogh K., Lang M. & Ulrych J. 1999: The České středohoří Mts.: volcanostratigraphy and geochemistry. Geolines 9, 21-28. Cebria J. M. & Wilson M. 1995: Cenozoic mafic magmatism in Western/Central Europe; a common European asthenospheric reservoir? In: European Union of Geosciences 8. Terra Nova Abstr. Suppl. 7, 1, 162. Harangi

−218. Bradshaw AD (1997) Restoration of mined lands-using natural processes, Ecological Engineering 8: 255−269. Bradshaw A.D. (2000) The use of natural processes in reclamation - advantages, Landscape and Urban Planning 51: 89−100. Bradshaw AD, Hüttl RF (2001) Future mine site restoration involves a broader approach. Ecological Engineering 17: 87−90. Burek CV, Prosser CD (2008) The history of geoconservation: an introduction. Geological Society, London, Special Publications 300: 1−5. Cajz V (1996 ed) České středohoří – geologická a přírodovědná mapa 1 : 100 000. Český

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We present the bryofloristic results of three field courses, which took place in different regions of the Czech Republic in 2012 and 2013. The regions included the northern part of České středohoří hills of North Bohemia, the Žďárské vrchy Mts of East Bohemia and the warm South Moravian region between Hustopeče and Kyjov. Altogether 307 species and four additional varieties (more than one-third of the known country’s bryoflora) were recorded in course of all three events, with species counts from the individual 4-days-courses varying between 133 and 187 evaluated taxa. Most important records are briefly commented.

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Ludwig Mayer (*1879, †?) was an significant collector of minerals from Bílina near Teplice. He personally searched minerals in terrain. He also purchased large amount of minerals from dealers or exchanged with other collectors. He deserved a number of interesting or completely new mineralogical findings, which were enriching the overall knowledge of mineralogical conditions of the Bohemian Central Highlands. Many of his findings were published by profesor Josef Emanuel Hibsch (*1852, †1940), the greatest expert on geological conditions of the Bohemian Central Highlands. From 1939 to 1945 Mayer was the manager of geological collections of the museum in Teplice. A total of 596 pieces of minerals from the Mayer’s collection came to the systematic part of the mineralogical collection of the National Museum in Prague. The core of this amount consists of documentary valuable minerals from several important mineralogical sites of the Central Bohemian Highlands, such as Dolní Zálezly, Církvice, Mariánská Rock in Ústí nad Labem, Radejčín and new site Chudoslavice with yellow crystals of chabazite, discovered by Mayer. A total of 54 samples of minerals from the Mayer collection were selected for the newly prepared permanent exhibition of minerals of the National Museum in Prague.

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