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    Osteological material from the inside parts of the Kůlna cave (1998/1–2)
    Zelinková, M., 1998: Osteologický materiál z vnitřních prostor jeskyně Kůlny. - Acta Mus. Moraviae, Sci. Geol., 83, 1-2, 147-157 (with English summary)
    Osteological material from the inside parts of the Kůlna cave An osteological material from the inside parts of the karstic formation in the northern part of Moravian Karst, the Kůlna cave, was elaborated. Differences between results of palaeoecological analysis of this material from the…
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    Age and genesis of cave sediments in the Šošůvská Cave (Moravian Karst, Czech Republic) (2002/1–2)
    Kadlec, J., Pruner, P., Venhodová, D., Hercman, H., Nowicki, T., 2002: Stáří a geneze sedimentů v Šošůvské jeskyni. – Acta Mus. Morav., Sci. Geol., 87, 1–2, 229–243 (with English summary)
    Age and genesis of cave sediments in the Šošůvská Cave (Moravian Karst, Czech Republic) Fluvial and infiltration cave sediments intercalated or capped by flowstone sediments were studied. The age of deposition was determined by comparison of remanent paleomagnetic record measured both…
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    Geochemistry of Sošůvka cave sediments in Moravian Karst (2002/1–2)
    Zeman, J., 2001: Geochemie jeskynních sedimentů Šošůvské jeskyně v Moravském krasu. - Acta Mus. Moraviae, Sci, Geol., 87, 1-2, 245-263 (with English summary)
    Geochemistry of Sošůvka cave sediments in Moravian Karst Cave sediment geochemistry is still quite omitted discipline in the cave sediment research. The study of 25 samples from Šošůvka cave in Moravian Karst performed within the frame of retrieval archeological-paleontological research…
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    Fluvial sediments of the Šošůvka cave (Moravia, Czech Republic) (2002/1–2)
    Vít, J., Otava, J., 2002: Fluviální sedimenty Šošůvských jeskyní. – Acta Mus. Morav., Sci. Geol., 87, 1–2, 265–274 (with English summary)
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    Palynological studies of the sediments from the Šošůvka part of the Sloup-Šošůvka Cave and from the lower part of the supporting profile in the Kůlna cave (Moravian Karst) (2002/1–2)
    Doláková, N., 2002: Palynologické studium sedimentů šošůvské části Sloupsko-šošůvských jeskyní a spodní části opěrného profilu v jeskyni Kůlna. - Acta Mus. Moraviae, Sci. Geol., 87, 1-2, 275-288 (with English summary)
    Palynological studies of the sediments from the Šošůvka part of the Sloup-Šošůvka Cave and from the lower part of the supporting profile in the Kůlna cave (Moravian Karst) Palynological studies of the sediments from the Šošůvka part of the Sloup-Šošůvka Cave and from the lower…
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    Hydrothermal vein-type mineralisation of the Moravian karst area, Moravia, CR: insight from type of fluids and P-T conditions point of view (2002/1–2)
    Slobodník, M., 2002: Hydrotermální žilné mineralizace v Moravském krasu, Morava, ČR: pohled z hlediska charakteru fluid a P-T podmínek. - Acta Mus. Moraviae, Sci. Geol., 87, 1-2, 113-136 (with English summary)
    Hydrothermal vein-type mineralisation of the Moravian karst area, Moravia, CR: insight from type of fluids and P-T conditions point of view The study represents a first attempt to understand a migration of paleofluid systems in Devonian and Carboniferous rocks of the studied area. One of…
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    Contribution to the morphology of the Pekárna cave in the Southern part of the Moravian Karst (2005/1–2)
    Slezák, L., 2005: Příspěvek k morfologii jeskyně Pekárny v jižní části Moravského krasu. – Acta Musei Moraviae, Sci. Geol., 90, 1-2, 217-222 (with English summary)
    Contribution to the morphology of the Pekárna cave in the Southern part of the Moravian Karst The worldwide famous archaeological site of the Pekárna cave in the Southern part of the Moravian Karst is still insufficiently explored from the point of view of palaeohydrography and spelaeology.…
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    The development of cave systems in the northern part of Moravian karst with implementation of new knowledge from Holštejnská jeskyně cave (2005/1–2)
    Kalenda, P., Kučera, J., Mravec, P., 2005: Vývoj jeskynních systému v severní části Moravského krasu s přihlédnutím k novým poznatkům z Holštejnské jeskyně. – Acta Mus. Morav., Sci. Geol., 90, 1–2, 191–216 (with English summary)
    The development of cave systems in the northern part of Moravian karst with implementation of new knowledge from Holštejnská jeskyně cave We found that subsurface rivers in the Moravian karst (and therefore cave levels) have the same gradients as surface rivers with the same drainage areas.…
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    Development of the River Net in the Moravian Karst (2005/1–2)
    Kalenda, P., Kučera, J., Mravec, P., 2005: Vývoj říční sítě v Moravskérn krasu. – Acta Mus. Morav., Sci. Geol., 90, 1–2, 171–189 (with English summary)
    Development of the River Net in the Moravian Karst The levels of the paleo-valley bottoms were recognised on the basis of cross-sections of valleys in the whole Moravian Karst and adjacent areas. The six main valley bottoms were correlated from the area near Brno up to the drainage area above…
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    Cenozoic history of the Moravian Karst Karst (northern segment): cave sediments and karst morphology (2001/1–2)
    Kadlec, J., Hercman, H., Beneš, V., Šroubek, P., Diehl, J. F., Granger, D., 2001: Cenozoic history of the Moravian Karst Karst (northern segment): cave sediments and karst morphology. - Acta Mus. Moraviae, Sci. Geol., 86, 1-2, 111-160 (with Czech summary)
    Cenozoic history of the Moravian Karst Karst (northern segment): cave sediments and karst morphology Cave systems of the Moravian Karst were formed by subsurface streams in dependence on the morphology of karst valleys representing a local base level before the Lower Badenian marine transgression.…
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    Hydrotermální původ jeskyní v Českém krasu: nové paradigma (1999/1–2)
    Suchý, V., Zeman, A., 1999: Hydrotermální původ jeskyní v Českém krasu: nové paradigma. – Acta Mus. Morav., Sci. Geol., 84, 1–2, 97–119 (with English summary)
    Hydrothermal origin for the coves of the Bohemian Karst, Czech Republic: a new paradigm The caves developed in Lower Paleozoic carbonate rocks of the Bohemian Karst are interpreted as a result of a hydrothermal dissolution. The main evidence includes 1) a close spatial link of the caves to…
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    Devonian and Lower Carboniferous limestones in the southernmost part of the Moravian Karst (1999/1–2)
    Synek, J., 1999: Devonian and Lower Carboniferous limestones in the southernmost part of the Moravian Karst. – Acta Mus. Moraviae, Sci. Geol., 84, 1-2, 89-96 (with Czech summary)
    Devonian and Lower Carboniferous limestones in the southernmost part of the Moravian Karst Two limestone outcrops in the southernmost part of Maravian Karst area in the surroundings of Bedřichovice have been studied from the viewpoint of biostratigraphy, sedimentology, structural geology…
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    Preliminary results of investigation of Neogene vertebrates from the Mokrá-Quarry site (2004/1–2)
    Ivanov, M., Musil, R., 2004: Předběžné výsledky výzkumu neogenních obratlovců z lokality Mokrá-lom. – Acta Mus. Morav., Sci. Geol., 89, 1–2, 223–236 (with English summary)
    Preliminary results of investigation of Neogene vertebrates from the Mokrá-Quarry site The westernmost part of the Mokrá-Quarry is typical with occurrences of carstic phenomena including fossiliferous sediments within carstic fissures. Two fossiliferous carstic fissures (1/2001; 2/2003)…
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    Deposition and erosion stages in the Moravian Karst (2009/1–2)
    Musil R., 2009: Akumulační a erožní fáze v Moravském krasu. – Acta Mus. Morav., Sci. geol., 94, 1-2, 151–165 (with English summary)
    Deposition and erosion stages in the Moravian Karst Moravian Karst represents the largest and the most important karst territory in the Czech Republic, with regard to its long scientific research and the excellent development of broad spectrum of surface and underground karst phenomena, including…
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    Animal osteological finds from cave No. 16 (Moravian Karst) (2011/2)
    Roblíčková, M., 2011: Zvířecí osteologické nálezy z jeskyně č. 16 (Moravský kras). – Acta Mus. Moraviae, Sci. geol., 96, 2, 113–130 (with English summary)
    Animal osteological finds from cave No. 16 (Moravian Karst) The cave No. 16 is situated in the western downslope of the Sloup valley (opposite the „Hřebenáč“ hum) 480 m a.s.l. It is a case of the fissure expanded by corrosion. The total length of the cave is 12 m and the width is 40–60…
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    Mokrá Plateau and Contiguous Valley of Říčka Creek: Development of Drainage Pattern and Karstic Features in Cenozoic (2011/2)
    Musil, R., 2011: Mokerská plošina a přilehlé údolí Říčky: Vývoj říční sítě a krasových jevů v kenozoiku. – Acta Mus. Moraviae, Sci. geol., 96, 2, 83–111 (with English summary)
    Mokrá Plateau and Contiguous Valley of Říčka Creek: Development of Drainage Pattern and Karstic Features in Cenozoic The surface of the Mokrá Plateau (southern part of the Moravian Karst) is an old relief formed before the Badenian transgression. The whole area is intensively karstified;…
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    Barová Cave: the Palaeontological Research goes on – Under the Ladder Test Pit (2013/2)
    Roblíčková, M., Káňa, V., 2013: Barová jeskyně: pokračování paleontologického výzkumu – sonda Pod žebříkem. – Acta Mus. Morav., Sci. Geol., 98, 2, 155–177 (with English summary)
    Barová Cave: the Palaeontological Research goes on – Under the Ladder Test Pit The excavations in Barová Cave, started after a large slide of sediments upon the Shaft II in 2011, have still continued. As the following landslides and collapsing of underlying beds still threat the locality,…
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    Some important and/or interesting fossils from the collections of the Moravian Museum in Brno re-examinated (2013/2)
    Rak, Š., Hrdličková, S., 2013: Revize některých vědecky významných či zajímavých zkamenělin z kolekce Moravského zemského muzea v Brně. – Acta Mus. Morav., Sci. Geol., 98, 2, 141–147 (with English summary)
    Some important and/or interesting fossils from the collections of the Moravian Museum in Brno re-examinated During the inventory control of fossil material deposited in the Moravian Museum / Moravec Castle seven selected fossils have been studied. The scientific significance and/or importance…
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    Studená Cave in Moravian Karst, paleontological research (2014/1)
    Roblíčková, M., Káňa, V., 2014: Jeskyně Studená v Moravském krasu, paleontologický výzkum. – Acta Mus. Morav., Sci. Geol., 99, 1, 97–108 (with English summary)
    Studená Cave in Moravian Karst, paleontological research Studená (Cold) Cave is the cavity in the left slope of Suchý žleb Valley in Moravský kras Protected Landscape Area, now almost excavated. Total length is now app. 31 m. As the first explorers in the beginning of the twentieth century…
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    Chemistry of rocks of the Macocha and Líšeň Formations in the Mokrá Quarry (Moravian Karst) (2016/1–2)
    Zimák, J., Štelcl, J., Dalajková, K., Donocik, J., Kopecká, L., 2016: Chemismus hornin macošského a líšeňského souvrství ve velkolomu Mokrá (Moravský kras). – Acta Mus. Morav., Sci. Geol., 101, 1–2, 45–63 (with English summary)
    Chemistry of rocks of the Macocha and Líšeň Formations in the Mokrá Quarry (Moravian Karst) The quality of cement clinker is related to the chemistry of the raw materials (typically limestone and clay or shale and other materials) used. The paper provides detailed information about chemistry…
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    Barová Cave in comparison with other bear caves in the Moravian Karst (2018/2)
    Roblíčková, M., Plichta, A., Káňa, V., 2018: Jeskyně Barová ve srovnání s dalšími „medvědími“ jeskyněmi Moravského krasu. – Acta Mus. Morav., Sci. Geol., 103, 2, 109–143 (with English summary)
    Barová Cave in comparison with other bear caves in the Moravian Karst The authors compare the osteological remains of fauna from the Barová Cave with osteological remains from the Výpustek Cave, the Sloupsko-šošůvské Caves and the Pod hradem Cave in this article. All the mentioned…
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    Last Glacial Mammalian Assemblage from Barová Cave – New Findings (2017/1–2)
    Roblíčková, M., Káňa, V., Nývltová Fišáková, M., 2017: Savčí společenstvo posledního glaciálu z jesky ně Barové – nové poznatky. – Acta Mus. Morav., Sci. Geol., 102, 1–2, 119–142 (with English summary).
    Last Glacial Mammalian Assemblage from Barová Cave – New Findings Barová Cave…
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