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Klíčové slovo
    German
Monografie
    Crustal evolution and geodynamic processes in Central Europe - Proceedings of the joint conference of the Czech and German geological societies held in Plzeň (Pilsen), September 16 - 19, 2013
    Crustal evolution and geodynamic processes in Central Europe : proceedings of the Joint conference of the Czech and German geological societes held in Plzeň (Pilsen)
    Crustal evolution and geodynamic processes in Central Europe. Proceedings of the Joint conference of the Czech and German geological societies held in Plzneň (Pilsen), September 1 - 19, 2013. SDGG - Schriftenreihe der Deutschen Gesselschaft für Geowissenschaften
    From dust to dust. 88th Annual Meeting of the German Mineralogical Society, 19-22.9., Münster
    Proceedings of the joint conference of the Czech and German geological societies held in Plzeň (Pilsen)
Článek
    Crustal structure of the eastern Variscides, especially of the Saxothuringian Zone (Erzgebirge - Mid German Crystalline Zone)
    Earthquake swarm - mantle fluid interaction in the western Eger (Ohře) rift area : Czech and German research activities of the last decade
    The Late Carboniferous and Permian: Aquatic vertebrate zonation in southern Spain and German basins
    Macroscopic electrical anisotropy of the Earth's crust: An example from the German Deep Drilling Project (KTB)
    A magnetotelluric profile across the German Deep Drilling Project (KTB) area: Two- and three-dimensional modeling results
    Relationship between paramagnetic and ferrimagnetic anisotropies in selected specimens of the KTB pilot borehole and its vicinity (German part of the Bohemian massif)
    Some of the significant plant microfossils and their assemblages common in the Bohemian, German and Austrian Tertiary
    Stratigraphical and palaeoenvironmental comparison of fossil wood record in Czech and German Permocarboniferous Basins with the help of instrumental analysis
    Temperature variations of magnetic susceptibility in rocks of the KTB pilot borehole and its vicinity (German part of the Bohemian Massif) and their geological and geophysical implications