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Name
    Kozák, Jan
Author of Monograph
    Geological mapping in 18th and early 19th centuries in the Central Europe
    Iconografia do terramoto de Lisboa de 1755
    Iconography of the 1755 Lisbon earthquake
    Povodně v českých zemích
    Požáry v českých zemích
Author of Article
    100-year anniversary of the First international seismological conference
    100-year Anniversary of the First International Seismological Conference
    The 1855 Visp (Switzerland) earthquake: a milestone in macroseismic methodology?
    The 1855 Visp (Switzerland) earthquake: early attempts of earthquke intensity classification
    Acoustic Emission in Loaded Sandstone Specimens as a Precursor of Sudden Farlure
    Beginnings of regular seismic service and research in the Austro-Hungarian Monarchy: Part 1
    Beginnings of regular seismic service and research in the Austro-Hungarian Monarchy: Part II
    Beginnings of regular seismic service and research in the Austro-Hungarian Monarchy. Part II
    Berghaus' physikalischer Atlas: surprising content and superior artistic images
    Bylo jednou jedno zemětřesení. Lisabonská tragédie 1. listopadu 1755
    "Carta geologica totius Poloniae, Moldaviae, Transilvaniae et partis Hungariae et Valachiae" by S. Staszic and its importance for European geology and geological cartography
    Complex analysis of acoustic emission from loaded rock samples
    Considerations on the seismic rotation effects
    Člověk v ohrožení
    Deformational characteristics and acoustic emission in loaded magnesite samples
    Dějiny vztahu člověka a planety. Příspěvek k historii přírodních katastrof
    Delineation and segmentation of the Peripienian lineament
    Designs and test results for three new rotational sensors
    Development of earthquake rotational effect study
    The disastrous Calabro-Messinese 1908 earthquake: the 100-year anniversary
    Early geophysical maps published by A. Petermann
    Early macroseismic maps in Central Europe
    Earthquake rotational effects - historical examples
    European earthquakes in the 18th century through simultaneous pictorial documentation
    Ferdinandea, zmizelý afro-evropský vulkán
    First macroseismic map in transalpine Europe (1810 Mór earthquake in the Pannonian Basin)
    First macroseismic map with geological background (composed by L. H. Jeitteles)
    Foreshocks and Aftershocks Sequences of Rockbursts in Coal Mine Kladno-Mayrau
    Gerhard Merkators'Karte von Böhmen und ihre Quellen
    Historická vyobrazení sopečné činnosti
    Historická vyobrazení zemětřesení a tsunami
    Historická zemětřesení na starých rytinách
    Historická zobrazení geofyzikálního charakteru
    Immagini. Schede
    Introduction to thematic set of papers on the history of geophysics
    Kamčatka jako nástupiště geografických objevů v severním Pacifiku
    Kolapsy vs. přírodní katastrofy
    The Krakatau volcano 125 years after the catastrophic eruption (August 27, 1883)
    Mapové dílo Carta Geologica (1806) S. Staszica
    The Messina-Reggio earthquake of December 28, 1908
    Non-linear process in earthquake foci
    Non-Linear Source Processes under Tensile Load Regime?
    Pictorial series of the manifestations of the dynamics of the Earth: 2. Historical images of world volcanoes
    Pictorial series of the manifestations of the dynamics of the Earth. 2., Historical images of world volcanoes
    Pictorial series of the manifestations of the dynamics of the Earth. 3. Historical images of landslides and rock falls
    Pictorial series of the manifestations of the dynamics of the Earth. 4. Historical images of rockbursts' effects in mines
    Pictorial series of the manifestations of the dynamics of the Earth. 5. Kamchatka, its early cartography and recent climate changes
    Pictorial series of the manifestations of the dynamics of the Earth. 6. South Pacific and Antarctica - the last explored regions
    Pictorial series of the manifestations of the dynamics of the Earth. Historical images of world earthquakes
    Pictorial series of the manifestations of the dynamics of the Earth. Regular exhibition at the Geophysical Institute of the Academy of sciences of the Czech Republic, Prague
    Počátky a rozvoj seismologie v Českých zemích
    Proto-Geological Map dated 1806 by Stanislaw Staszic and its role in the early 19th century process of modern geological map contexture
    První seismické mapy zpracované pro oblast střední Evropy a pro území Ruské říše
    Representations of the 1755 Lisbon earthquake
    San Francisco earthquake of April 18th, 1906, a hundred-year anniversary of disastrous Californian event
    San Francisco zničeno zemětřesením - uplynulo sto let
    Seismic source self organizing
    Seismologische Karten - ein Beispiel thematischer Kartographie
    Shaking all over. Review
    Simulation of aftershock series
    Simulation of aftershock series from rock samples
    Sources of rotation and twist motions
    Stanisław Staszic: An Early Surveyor of the Geology of Central and Eastern Europe
    Staré geologické mapy střední Evropy z 18. a začátku 19. století
    Statistical precursors of instability of loaded rock samples based on acoustic
    Strong-motion fluid rotation seismograph
    The study of earthquakes in the hundred years following the Lisbon earthquake of 1755
    Tutorial on earthquake rotational effects: historical examples
    Use of power by-products in CEZ, a. s., Power Plant Ledvice, Czech Republic
    Zobrazování dynamických projevů Země