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Plant Diversity of The Mid Silurian (Lower Wenlock, Sheinwoodian) Terrestrial Vegetation Preserved in Marine Sediments from The Barrandian Area, The Czech Republic

Barrandian (Cambrian to Devonian). - Czech Geological Survey, Prague, 183 pp. Cocks, L. R. M., Torsvik, T. H. (2006): European geography in a global context from the Vendian to the end of Palaeozoic. - In: Gee, D. G., Stephenson, R. A. (eds), European Lithosphere Dynamics. Memoirs, Geological Society, London, 32: 83-95. https://doi.org/10.1144/GSL.MEM.2006.032.01.05 Edwards, D., Feehan, J., Smith, D. G. (1983): A late Wenlock flora from Co. Tipperary, Ireland. - Botanical Journal of the Linnean Society, 86: 19-36. https://doi.org/10.1111/j

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Little known Homerian (lower Silurian) graptolites from kosov quarry near Beroun, the Czech republic

Státního geologického ústavu Československé republiky, 7: 293–313. Bouček, B. (1934): Über ein neues interessantes Fossil ( Hallotheca n.g.) und eine neue Cyrtograptenart ( Cyrt. hemmanni n. sp.) aus dem thüringischen Silur. – Beiträge zur Geologie von Thüringen, 4: 87–92. Bouček, B., Münch, A. (1952): The Central European Retiolites of the Upper Wenlock and Ludlow. – Sborník Ústředního ústavu geologického, Oddíl paleontologický, 19: 1–151. Burns, V., Rickards, R. B. (1993): Silurian graptolite faunas of the Balbriggan Inlier, counties Dublin and

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Graptolite turnover and δ13Corg excursion in the upper Wenlock shales (Silurian) of the Holy Cross Mountains (Poland)

.C. & Wheeley J.R. 2016: Carbon isotope (δ 13 C carb ) and facies variability at the Wenlock–Ludlow boundary (Silurian) of the Midland Platform, UK. Can. J. Earth Sci. 53, 725–730. Calner M. 2008: Silurian global events — at the tipping point of climate change. In: Elewa A.M.T. (Ed.): Mass extinctions. Springer Verlag , Berlin, 21–57. Calner M., Ahlberg P., Axheimer N. & Gustavsson L. 2006a: The first record of Odontopleura ovata (Trilobita) from Scandinavia: Part of a middle Silurian intercontinental shelly benthos mass occur-rence. GFF 128, 33

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Llandovery microfossils and microfacies of the Hýskov section, Prague Basin

, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology, 254: 95–114. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.palaeo.2006.02.029 Hints, O., Antonovitš, L., Bauert, G., Nestor, V., Nõlvak, J., Tammekänd, M. (2018): CHITDB: a database for documenting and analysing diversification of Ordovician–Silurian chitinozoans in the Baltic region. – Lethaia, 51: 218–227. https://doi.org/10.1111/let.12249 Hints, O., Killing, M., Männik, P., Nestor, V. (2006): Frequency patterns of chitinozoans, scolecodonts, and conodonts in the upper Llandovery and lower Wenlock of the Paatsalu core, western Estonia. – Proceedings

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The palynology of the Ordóñez Formation (Pennsylvanian) in the Chacoparaná Basin, northern Argentina

.R. 2012. Paleoambiente y paleontología de la Formación Andapaico (Paleozoico superior, Precordillera Central, Argentina). Andean Geol., 39: 22–52. DI PASQUO M., VERGEL M.M. & AZCUY C.L. 2010. Pennsylvanian and Cisuralian palynofloras from the Los Sauces area, La Rioja Province, Argentina: chronological and paleoecological significance. Internat. J. Coal Geol., 83: 276–291. DOWNIE C. 1963. “Hystrichospheres” (acritarchs) and spores of the Wenlock Shales (Silurian) of Wenlock, England. Palaeontology, 6: 625–652. FOSTER C.B. 1979. Permian plant

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Review of ascocerid cephalopods from the upper Silurian of the Prague Basin (Central Bohemia) – history of research and palaeobiogeographic relationships

cubicula Community (Bivalvia, Barrandian, Bohemia). – Journal of Geosciences, 44(1-2): 159–165. (in English with Czech summary) Kříž, J., Degardin, J. M., Ferretti, A., Hansch, W., Gutiérrez-Marco, J. C., Paris, F., Piçarra, J., Robardet, M., Schönlaub, H., Serpagli, E. (2003): Silurian stratigraphy and paleogeography of north Gondwanan and Perunican Europe. – New York State Museum Bulletin, 493: 105–178. Kříž, J., Dufka, P., Jaeger, H., Schönlaub, H. P. (1993): The Wenlock/Ludlow boundary in the Prague Basin (Bohemia). – Jahrbuch der Geologischen

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Land use dynamics in the dehesas in the Sierra Morena (Spain): the role of diverse management strategies to cope with the drivers of change

. McCracken, D. I.; Bignal, E. & Wenlock, S. E. (eds.). Farming on the edge: the nature of traditional farming in Europe . Proceedings of the Fourth European Forum on Nature Conservation and Pastoralism. (pp. 46-49). Petersborough: Joint Nature Conservation Committee. Berkes, F, Colding, J. & Folke, C. (2000). Rediscovery of traditional ecological knowledge as adaptive management. Ecological Applications 10(5), 1251-1262. DOI:10.1890/1051-0761(2000)010[1251:ROTEKA]2.0.CO;2 Blaikie. P. & Brookfield, H. C. (eds.) (1987

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Do the Available Data Permit Clarifcation of the Possible Dependence of Palaeozoic Brachiopod Generic Diversity Dynamics on Global Sea-Level Changes? A Viewpoint

. & Aldridge, R.J., 2000. Ludlow (late SIlurian) oceanic episodes and events. Journal of the Geological Society, London 157, 1137–1148. Jeppson, L. & Calner, M., 2003. The Silurian Mulde Event and a scenario for secundo-secundo events. Transactions of the Royal Society of Edinburgh: Earth Sciences 93, 135–154. Jeppson, L., Aldridge, R.J. & Dorning, K.J., 1995. Wenlock (Silurian) oceanic episodes and events. Journal of the Geological Society, London 152, 487–498. Joachimski, M.M., Breisig, S., Buggisch, W., Talent, J.A., Mawson, R., Gereke, M., Morrow, J.R., Day

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Sentimentality versus transformation of the historical traditional rural landscape (a case study: the landscape of Dutch law settlement in Poland)

.atlasfontium.pl (accessed 29.08.2018). Berger J., 1987. Guidelines for landscape synthesis: Some directions – old and new. Landscape and Urban Planning 14: 295–311. DOI: 10.1016/0169-2046(87)90041-7. Bignal E.M., McCracken D.I., Corrie H., 1995. Defining European low-intensity farming systems: the nature of farming. In: McCracken D.I., Bignal E.M., Wenlock S.E., (eds.), Farming on the Edge: The Nature of Traditional Farmland in Europe. Joint Nature Conservation Committee, Peterborough. Bohnet I., 2008. Assessing retrospective and prospective landscape change through

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Past environments of Sardinian archaeological sites (Italy, West Mediterranean Sea), based on palynofacies characterization

palynofacies analysis of a Silurian (Llandovery–Wenlock) marine succession from the Precordillera of western Argentina: Palaeobiogeographical and palaeoenvironmental significance. Mar. Micropaleontol., 126: 50–64. GASTALDO R.A. & HUC A.Y. 1992. Sediment facies, depositional environments, and distribution of phytoclasts in the Recent Mahakam River delta, Kali-mantan, Indonesia. Palaios, 7: 574–590. GASTALDO R.A., RIEGEL W., PÜTTMANN W., LINNEMANN U.G. & ZETTER, R. 1998. A multidisciplinary approach to reconstruct the Late Oligocene vegetation in central Europe

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