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    Succession
Monografie
    Stop E1-6: Ludlow and early Přídolí succession at Mušlovka Quarry near Řeporyje; early Ludfordian radiation and the effect of the Ludfordian extinction events in the shallow-water carbonate succession
Článek
    The acritarch succession in the Klabava and Šárka formations (Arenig-Llanvirn): evidence for an ancient upwelling zone?
    Ants accelerate succession from mountain grassland towards spruce forest
    Application of structural succession to characterization of the Bohemian Forest tectonic domain and elucidation of geological history in the Central European Hercynides, western Czech Republic
    The brachiopod succession through the Silurian-Devonian boundary beds at Dnistrove, Podolia, Ukraine
    Cenomanian high-frequency sea-level fluctuations and plant habitats in a fluvial to estuarine succession: Pecínov quarry, Bohemia
    Complementary data on the palynostratigraphy of the Carboniferous succession of SW Poland
    Early Devonian conodont succession from the section of the Čertovy schody Quarry (Koněprusy, Barrandian, Czech Republic)
    Early Devonian conodont succession from the section of the Čertovy schody Quarry (Koněprusy, Barrandian, Czech Republic)
    Early Devonian conodont succession from the section of the Čertovy schody Quarry (Koněprusy, Barrandian, Czech Republic)
    Early Devonian conodont succession from the section of the Čertovy schody Quarry (Koněprusy, Barrandian, Czech Republic)
    Extinction and recovery succession of the Devonian marine shoals: Eifelian-Givetian and Frasnian-Famennian events, Moravia and Bohemia
    Fully developed woodland documented during the Bronz Age in the Dubany based on the pollen and mollusc succession (East Bohemia, Czech Republic)
    Geochemical variations within the Upper Oligocene-Lower Miocene lava succession of Úhošť Hill (NE margin of Doupovské hory Mts., Czech Republic)
    Geochemical variations within the Upper Oligocene-Lower Miocene lava succession of Úhošť Hill (NE margin of Doupovské hory Mts., Czech Republic)
    Geochemical variations within the Upper Oligocene?Lower Miocene lava succession of Úhošt? Hill (NE margin of Doupovské hory Mts., Czech Republic)
    The graptolite, conodont and sedimentary record through the late Ludlow Kozlowskii Event (Silurian) in the shale-dominated succession of Bohemia
    High-frequency sea-level fluctuations and plant habitats in Cenomanian fluvial to eastuarine succession: Pecínov quarry, Bohemia
    High-frequency sea-level fluctuations and plant habitats in Cenomanian fluvial to estuarine succession: Pecínov quarry, Bohemia
    Late Pleistocene and Holocene molluscan succession from Vrutice in the north Bohemian chernozem area
    The long-term succession of cladoceran fauna and palaeoclimate forcing: a 14,600 - year record from Plešné Lake, the Bohemian Forest
    Mollusc succession of a prehistoric settlement area during the Holocene: A case study of the České středohoří Mountains (Czech Republic)
    Molluscan succession from Holocene tufas in the Czech Karst (Czech Republic)
    Molluscan succession from Holocene tufas in the Czech Karst (Czech Republic)
    A new account on the Upper Jurassic srratigraphy and ammonites of the Czorstyn succession, Pieniny klippen belt, Poland
    Palaeoenvironmental changes related to sea-level fluctuations in Cenomanian fluvial to estuarine succession: Pecínov quarry, Bohemian Cretaceous Basin
    Palaeogene Foraminiferal-Nannoplankton Stratigraphy of the Maruszyna Succession at Maruszyna, Pieniny Klippen Belt, Carpathians
    Palynomorph assemblages in a hemipelagic succession as indicators of transgressive-regressive cycles: Example from the Upper Turonian of the Bohemian Cretaceous Basin, Czech Republic
    Palynostratigraphy of the upper part of the Lower Carboniferous flysch succession in the the eastern part of the Moravian-Silesian zone (Nizky Jesenik Mts.; Czech Republic)
    Radiolarian associations from radiolarites of the Kysuca succession of the klippen belt in the vicinity of Myjava - Turá lúka (West Carpathians)
    Record of palaeoenvironmental changes in a Lower Permian organic-rich lacustrine succession: Integrated sedimentological and geochemical study of the Rudník member, Krkonoše Piedmont Basin, Czech Republic
    Record of palaeoenvironmental changes in a Lower Permian organic-rich lacustrine succession: Integrated sedimentological and geochemical study of the Rudník member, Krkonoše Piedmont Basin, Czech Republic
    Record of palaeoenvironmental changes in a Lower Permian organic-rich lacustrine succession: Integrated sedimentological and geochemical study of the Rudník member, Krkonoše Piedmont Basin, Czech Republic
    Record of palaeoenvironmental changes in a Lower Permian organic-rich lacustrine succession: Integrated sedimentological and geochemical study of the Rudník member, Krkonoše Piedmont Basin, Czech Republic.
    Response to high frequency sea-level change in a fluvial to estuarine succession: Cenomanian palaeovalley fill, Bohemian Cretaceous Basin
    Small Berriasian, lower Valanginian and Barremian heteromorphic ammonites from the Río Argos succession (Caravaca, southeast Spain)
    Structural succession and tectonic history of the Gneiss-Amphibolite-Granulite-Mantel peridotite association near the eastern margin of the Moldanubien zone, central european Hercynides
    Structural succession and tectonic history of the Mariánské Lázně complex Central European hercynides, Western Czechoslovakia
    Structural succession at Vysoký kámen in the Czech part of the southern Fichtelgebirge tectonic domain of the Central European Hercynides
    Succession of Biostratigraphic marks for the Early Emsian
    Succession of Calpionellid associations and position of the Jurassic - Cretaceous boundary in the Brodno quarry (Western Slovakia) correlation of biostratigraphy and magnetostratigraphy
    Succession of Lava Flows of Úhošť hill in Relation to the History of Magma Reservoir
    Succession of Lava Flows of Úhošť Hill in Relation to the History of Magma Reservoir
    Time succession of Cenozoic stress fields in the northern part of the Bohemian Massif
    Time succession of Cenozoic stress fields in the northern part of the Bohemian Massif
    The upper Silurian Bivalvia dominated palaeocommunities succession of southwestern Sardinia - correlation with Perunica and the peri-Gondwanan regions of Europe