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Jméno
   Chlachula, Jiří
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   Current status of Quaternary research in Siberia
   Late Pleistocene Climatic Variations in Siberia Based on Loess-Palaeosol Records
   Late-Quaternary loess-palaeosol record from the Northern Minusinsk Basin, southern Krasnojarsk region, Siberia
   Late Quaternary Loess-palaosol succesion and atmospheric circulation, Central Siberia
   Late Quaternary Loess-Paleosol succesion in southern Siberia: Implications for Northern Hemispheric climatic teleconnections
   Late Quaternary loess-paleosol successions in southern Siberia : implications for northern hemispheric climatic teleconnections
   Loess-palaeosol stratigraphy in the Yenisey basin, Southern Siberia
   Magnetic susceptibility and remanence record of the Kurtak loess, southern Siberia, Russia
   Magnetoclimalology: Teleconnection between the Siberian loess record and North Atlantic Heinrich events
   Magnetoclimatology: Teleconnection between the Siberian loess record and North Atlantic Heinrich events
   A Middle Pleistocene palaeolithic site at Usť-Izhul', Northern Minusinsk Basin, southern Siberia
   Palaeoenvironmental Implications of Cultural Records from Glacial and Glacigenic Geological Contexts
   Palaeolithic occupation in the Angara region, East Central Siberia, in the context of Pleistocene climate change
   Paleo-American (Pre-Clovis) evidence from SW Alberta, Canada
   Paleoclimatic significance of Loess-Paleosol successions in Southern Siberia
   Paleowinds and magnetoclimatology in Siberia
   Pleistocene environments and palaeolithic occupation of the Northern Minusinsk Basin, southern Krasnoyarsk region
   Post-deposition pedogenic modification of magnetic susceptibility recording paleoclimatic signals C an explanation of regional changes to Alaskan, Chinese and Siberian loess