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The structural control of a landslide development and functioning of a lake geoecosystem in the catchment area of the Hucianka Stream (the Outer Carpathians, Beskid Niski)

References Alexandrowicz S.W., 1985, Subfosylna malakofauna z osuwiska w Piwnicznej, Polskie Karpaty Fliszowe (Subfossil malacofauna from the landslide in Piwniczna, Polish Flysch Carpathians), Folia Quatern. 56: 79-100 (in Polish, English summary). Alexandrowicz S.W., 1996, Holoceńskie fazy intensyfikacji ruchów osuwiskowych w Karpatach (Stages of increased mass movements in the Carpathians during the Holocene), Geologia 22(3): 223-263 (in Polish, English summary). Alexandrowicz Z., Margielewski W., 2010

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Oligocene turbidite fans of the Dukla Basin: New age data from the calcareous nannofossils and paleoenvironmental conditions (Cergowa beds, Polish–Slovakian borderland)

tectonosedimentary evolution of the Polish Outer Carpathians. Przegląd Geologiczny 52, 8, 2. Oszczypko-Clowes M. 2001: The nannofossil biostratigraphy of the youngest deposits of the Magura Nappe (east of the Skawa River, Polish Flysch Carpathians) and their paleoenvironmental conditions. Ann. Soc. Geol. Pol. 71, 139–188. Oszczypko-Clowes M. 2008: The stratigraphy of the Oligocene deposits from the Ropa tectonic window (Grybów Nappe, Western Carpathians, Poland). Geol. Quarterly 52, 2, 127–142. Oszczypko-Cloves M. 2012: Reworked nannofossils from the Lower

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Exotic clasts, debris flow deposits and their significance for reconstruction of the Istebna Formation (Late Cretaceous – Paleocene, Silesian Basin, Outer Carpathians)

., Chowaniec J. & Golonka J. 1984: Preliminary results of studies on exotic carbonate rocks in the Western part of the Polish Flysch Carpathians. Biul. Inst. Geol. 346, 147-159 (in Polish with Russian and English summary). Chodyń R., Olszewska B. & Cieszkowski M. 2005: Exotics of the Tithonian limestones in the Lower Istebna Sandstone from the Silesian Unit in the Dobczyce area (Polish Outer Carpathians). In: Cieszkowski M. & Golonka J. (Eds.): Organogenic and organodetritic limestones in the Outer Carpathians and their significance for the Tethys

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Records of the Middle - And Late Holocene Palaeoenvironmental Changes in the Pcim-Sucha Landslide Peat Bogs (Beskid Makowski Mts., Polish Outer Carpathians)

landslide (Beskid Średni Range, Outer Carpathians). Studia Geomorphologica Carpatho-Balcanica 35: 63-79 Margielewski W, 2006a. Records of the Late Glacial-Holocene palaeoenvironmental changes in landslide forms and deposits of the Beskid Makowski and Beskid Wyspowy Mts. area (Polish Outer Carpathians). Folia Quaternaria 76: 1-149. Margielewski W, 2006b. Structural control and types of movements of rock mass in anisotropic rocks: case studies in the Polish Flysch Carpathians. Geomorphology 77(1-2): 47

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Record of the meso- and neoholocene palaeoenvironmental changes in the Jesionowa landslide peat bog (Beskid Sądecki MTS. Polish Outer Carpathians)

deposits of the Beskid Makowski and Beskid Wyspowy Mts. area (Polish Outer Carpathians). Folia Quaternaria 76: 1–149. [42] Margielewski W, 2006b. Structural control and types of movements of rock mass in anisotropic rocks: case studies in the Polish Flysch Carpathians. Geomorphology 77(1–2): 47–68, DOI 10.1016/j.geomorph.2006.01.003. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.geomorph.2006.01.003 [43] Margielewski W and Zernitskaya V, 2003. Late Glacial-Holocene palaeoenvironmental evidence recorded in the Hajduki peat bog (Beskid

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Age and provenance of mica-schist pebbles from the Eocene conglomerates of the Tylicz and Krynica Zone (Magura Nappe, Outer Flysch Carpathians)

-Clowes M. 2009: Stages in Magura Basin: a case study of the Polish sector (Western Carpathians). Geodyn. Acta 22, 1-3, 83-100. Oszczypko N. & Oszczypko-Clowes M. 2010: Łithostratigraphy and biostratigraphy of the Palaeogene to Łower Miocene deposits of the Beskid Sadecki Range (Magura Nappe, Western Flysch Carpathians, Poland). Acta Geol. Pol. 60, 3, 317-348. Oszczypko N. & Salata D. 2005: Provenance analyses of the Łate Cretaceous-Palaeocene deposits of the Magura Basin (Polish Western Carpathians) - evidence from a study of the heavy

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Upper Cretaceous to Lower Miocene of the Subsilesian Unit (Western Carpathians, Czech Republic): stratotypes of formations revised

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Type sections/areas for all four formations distinguished in the sedimentary succession of the Subsilesian Unit on Czech territory were revisited and described. New data on lithology, sedimentology, fossil record, biostratigraphy, heavy-minerals and geochemical proxies are based on observations and analysis of these sections. The historical type section of the Frýdek Formation was destroyed during railway construction in 19th century. Outcrops of Campanian to Maastrichtian marls and sandstones on the southwestern slope of “Castle hill” at Frýdek, are proposed as a new type section. The Ostravice riverbed in Frýdlant nad Ostravicí was originally designated as the type area, not mentioning the particular section. This area, even when supplemented with Sibudov Creek, does not show all typical facies of the formation. The outcrops range from lowermost Eocene to Eocene-Oligocene transition. In the original description of the Menilite Formation Glocker mentioned several localities in the area covering the Ždanice, Subsilesian and Silesian units, not mentioning the principal one. The single sections, each not exceeding a thickness of 2 m, are not sufficient to be a type section. Instead of that, we propose the area between Paršovice and Bystřice pod Hostýnem, covering the historical localities, as the type area. The type locality of the Ženklava Formation is an outcrop in an unnamed creek in Ženklava according to the original definition. It seems to be reasonable to extend the type section to the whole 500 m long section of the creek with the outcrops that better illustrate the lithological variability of the formation. New biostratigraphic data allow assignment to late Egerian (Eggenburgian?).

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The reflection of human activity in the sediments of Iwankowskie Lake from Subatlantic Phase (Polish Outer Carpathians)

Flysch Carpathians (Czech Republic/Slovakia). Quaternary Research 80(1): 33–46, DOI 10.1016/j.yqres.2013.03.009. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.yqres.2013.03.009 [70] Parczewski M, 1988. Najstarsza faza kultury wczesnosłowiańskiej w Polsce (The oldest phase of the Early Slavonic Culture in Poland). Rozprawy habilitacyjne 141, Jagiellonian University Kraków. [71] Paul Z, 1980. Szczegółowa Mapa Geologiczna Polski 1: 50 000, Arkusz Łącko (Detailed Geological Map of Poland, 1: 50 000, sheet Łącko), PGI Warszawa

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Variation of selected morphological characters of the cave mite Oribella cavatica Kunst, 1962 (Acari, Oribatida)

Variation of selected morphological characters of the cave mite Oribella cavatica Kunst, 1962 (Acari, Oribatida)

Two populations of Oribella cavatica were examined. The mites were isolated from bat guano collected in February 2006 in Zbójecka Cave in Mount Łopień and in the cave Czarci Dół, which are situated in the Beskid Wyspowy Mountains, within the Flysch Carpathians in southern Poland. Coefficients of variation of body length and width, lamella length, and sensillus length of this species under stenotopic conditions were compared with those of two eurytopic species. The stable variation of sensillus length of O. cavatica, like differences in the variation of Heminothrus peltifer in various soil habitats, may have bioindicative significance.

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Sorption of Chromate by Clinoptilolite Modified With Alkylammonium Surfactants

-56. BOYD S.A., MORTLAND M.M., CHIOU C.T., 1988: Sorption characteristics of organic compounds on hexadecyltrimethylammonium smectite. Soil Science Society of America Journal 52, 652-657. FRANUS W., DUDEK K., 1999: Clay minerals and clinoptilolite from Variegated Shale Member, the Polish Flysch Carpathians. Geologia Carpathica 50, 23-24. FRANUS W., 2002: Studium geologiczno-mineralogiczne skaŁ ilastych formacji pstrych Łupków jednostki skolskiej. Prace Mineralogiczne PAN 92, 1-60. HAGGERTY

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