Geologia Regionalna Polski by Ewa Stupnicka, , available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide. Download Citation on ResearchGate | On Jan 1, , E. Stupnicka and others published Geologia regionalna Polski (Regional Geology of Poland) }. Geologia regionalna Polski Regional Geology of Poland. Author(s): Ewa Stupnicka, Marzena Stempień-Sałek Subject(s): Regional Geography, Historical .

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Studia Quaternaria 28, Email the author Login required. Environmental changes srupnicka the Holocene climatic optimum in central Europe – human impact and natural causes. Palaeocological stupnicak of natural changes and human impact in small river valley in Central Poland.

Principal component analysis PCA has enabled the distinction the most important factors that affected the chemical composition of sediments at the Wilkostowo site, i. User Account Sign in to save searches and organize your favorite content. Using principal components analysis PCA with cluster analysis to study the organic geochemistry of sinking particles in the ocean. The main litho-geochemical component is CaCO 3 ; its content ranges from 4. They are also characterised by a similar stage of metamorphosis.


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Paleontological Statistics software package for education and data analysis. Regionalizacja tektoniczna Polski II. Journal of Paleolimnology 25, Variability of zinc content in surface horizons of soils from the Eastern Part of the Wielkopolska Lake District.

A, Geografia Fizyczna, geoloyia Sloss compared his sequences to Bogdanov’s fold complexes or structural complexes. Therefore, any structural level is a product of one phase of the tectonic evolution of a continental platform which relates both to the crystalline basement and the sedimentary cover.

Tracking Environmental Change using Lake Sediments. Palaeoecological studies of mires.

Kwartalnik geologiczny 3, Wydawnictwa Geologiczne Stupnicka, E. The History and Evolution of Lake Systems. Roczniki Gleboznawcze 58, Spatial and Temporal Variability of Limnological Processes. Genesis of the fluvial system of the lower Vistula river based on the selected side valleys.

Its landscape consists of hills and flat plateaux, which are cut by deep small valleys, some of them with streams e.

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The influence of oxiding and reducing conditions upon the distribution of some elements in lake sediments. A structural level may consist of sublevels pol.


Human and climatic impact on the environment as derived from colluvial, fluvial and lacustrine archives – examples from the Bronze Age to the Migration Period, Germany. Chemical investigation of lake sediments and their interpretation. Mapa Geologiczna Polski 1: Journal of Paleolimnology 21, Roczniki Gleboznawcze 47, Abstract The short characteristic of Lithuanian geology is presented, as well as the landforms which are tightly connected to the sediments.

Geologia Regionalna Polski

The complicated arrangement of deposit layers results in spatial variability of groundwater level, and proper design of building foundation is difficult, even in the case of a small, detached house. A permafrost evolution and its impact on some depositional conditions between 20 and 10 ka in Poland.

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