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. & Šebesta J. 1995: Significance of the Bělá and Klepáčov fault system and its continuation to the Carpathians. Uhlí-Rudy-Geol. Průzkum 9, 275-282 (in Czech). Cajz V., Schnabl P., Pécskay Z., Skácelová Z., Venhodová D., Šlechta S. & Čížková K. 2012: Chronological implications of the paleomagnetic record of the Late Cenozoic volcanic activity along the Moravia-Silesia border (NE Bohemian Massif). Geol. Carpathica 63, 5, 423-435. Cassidy J., France SJ. & Locke CA. 2007: Gravity and magnetic investigation of maar volcanoes, Auckland volcanic field, New Zealand. J

References Auer A., Martin U. & Németh K. 2007: The Fekete-hegy (Balaton Highland Hungary) "soft-substrate" and "hard-substrate" maar volcanoes in an aligned volcanic complex — Implications for vent geometry, subsurface stratigraphy and the paleoenvironmental setting. J. Volcanol. Geotherm. Res. 159, 225-245. Agustín-Flores J., Siebe C. & Guilbaud M.-N. 2011: Geology and geochemistry of Pelagatos, Cerro del Agua, and Dos Cerros monogenetic volcanoes in the Sierra Chichinautzin Volcanic Field, south of México City. J. Volcanol. Geotherm. Res. 201, 143

. & Konečný P. 2010: U–Th–Pb geochronology of zircon and monazite from syenite and pincinite xenoliths in Pliocene alkali basalts of the intra-Carpathian back-arc basin. J. Volcanol. Geotherm. Res. 198, 275–287. Hurai V., Paquette J.-L., Huraiová M. & Sabol M. 2012: U–Pb geo-chronology of zircons from fossiliferous sediments of the Hajnáčka I maar (Slovakia) — type locality of the MN16a biostratigraphic subzone. Geol. Mag . 149, 989–1000. Hurai V., Danišík M., Huraiová M., Paquette J.-L. & Ádám A. 2013: Combined U/Pb and (U–Th)/He geochronometry of basalt maars in

References Benesch, F. (1957): Lehrbuch der Tierärztlichen Geburtshilfe und Gynäkologie. – Urban and Schwarzenberg, München, Berlin, Wien, 891 pp. Franzen, J. L. (1993): Das biostratigraphische Alter der Fossillagerstätte Eckfelder Maar bei Manderscheid (Eifel). – Mainzer Naturwissenschaftliches Archiv, 31: 201–214. Franzen, J. L. (1994): Neue Säugerfunde aus dem Eozän des Eckfelder Maares bei Manderscheid (Eifel). – Mainzer Naturwissenschaftliches Archiv, Bh. 16: 189–211. Franzen, J. L. (2006): A pregnant mare with preserved placenta from the Middle Eocene maar

Introduction From the middle Miocene to Quaternary, basaltic volcanism took place in whole volcanic centres of Morocco, making of the Middle-Atlas volcanic province (MAVP), the youngest, and the largest volcanic field of Morocco, which holds many types of eruptive landscapes and deposits to fossilize a particular period in the geomorphological evolution of Middle-Atlas chain. Compared to other same-aged Moroccan volcanic provinces, it offers a varied morphostructural volcanic range of almost 1000 km 2 ( Fig. 1a ). These include cones, maars, tuff-rings, cone-maar

Sapphires related to alkali basalts from the Cerová Highlands, Western Carpathians (southern Slovakia): composition and origin

Blue, grey-pink and pink sapphires from the Cerová Highlands, Western Carpathians (southern Slovakia) have been studied using CL, LA-ICP-MS, EMPA, and oxygen isotope methods. The sapphire occurs as (1) clastic heavy mineral in the secondary sandy filling of a Pliocene alkali basaltic maar at Hajnáčka, and (2) crystals in a pyroxenebearing syenite/anorthoclasite xenolith of Pleistocene alkali basalt near Gortva. Critical evaluation of compositional diagrams (Fe, Ti, Cr, Ga, Mg contents, Fe/Ti, Cr/Ga, Ga/Mg ratios) suggests a magmatic origin for clastic blue sapphires with lower Cr and Mg, but higher Fe and Ti concentrations in comparison to the grey-pink and pink varietes, as well as similar compositional trends with blue sapphire from the Gortva magmatic xenolith. Moreover, blue sapphires show similar δ18O values: 5.1 ‰ in the Gortva xenolith, 3.8 and 5.85 ‰ in the Hajnáčka placer, closely comparable to mantle to lower crustal magmatic rocks. On the contrary, pink and grey-pink sapphires show higher Cr and Mg, but lower Fe and Ti contents and their composition points to a metamorphic (metasomatic) origin.


Agricultural production is on a larger scale than ever before. With fewer holdings, current agricultural production leaves former farm buildings (FFBs) unused and available for new economic functions. This has consequences for traffic on minor rural roads and may conflict with a new societal demand for recreational activities in today’s multifunctional rural space. Considering this, we explore the ability of the rural road network to absorb the newly generated traffic flows from FFBs. To do this, we investigate four underlying questions: (1) what are in practice the new economic functions of FFBs; (2) how can their traffic generation be estimated; (3) what is the capacity of the network of minor rural roads; and (4) how does spatial planning operate in this field? Specific statistical data are lacking, but research in Belgium and the Netherlands shows that redundant farm buildings have been changed to a residential or a non-agrarian activity, mostly belonging to the service sector of the economy. For most of these functions general trip rates are available. The new traffic generation strongly depends on the type of function. Commercial functions tend to considerably increase local traffic flows, including freight. Spatial planning should be alert for this. The capacity limits for minor rural roads must be respected to avoid damage to road and/or verge - prevention is better than cure!

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vraag evident. Maar al gauw leerde ik dat het kwaad dulden minstens zo evangelisch is als het kwaad bestrijden. En ook leerde ik dat het voor Thomas een evidente zaak is dat het goed van een geordend universum, samengaat met bijkomend kwaad, bijvoorbeeld het kwaad van vergankelijkheid. Het goed van de leeuw, kan ten koste gaan van het lam. Ik wil twee onderwerpen op dit terrein met u bespreken. Op de eerste plaats wil ik uitleggen waarom de hele kwestie van de theodicee bij Thomas niet te vinden is. Op de tweede plaats wil ik aandacht schenken aan het

. Toch zal ik voortdurend raken aan religieuze vragen, theorieën en praktijken. Dat is niet te voorkomen, omdat het begrip kwaad zelf niet neutraal is, maar integendeel religieus geladen. Deze bijdrage is een bijdrage aan wat wij noemen de ideeën- geschiedenis, maar dan één die overduidelijk geschreven is door een systematicus. Ik zal niet in chronologische volgorde de ontwikkeling van het begrip kwaad nagaan. Mijn invalshoek is een andere: de afgelopen dertig jaar heb ik, aanvankelijk als godsdienstfilosoof, later ook als fundamenteel theoloog, steeds