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    Translucent heavy minerals from siliciclastic sediments of the Cambrian and Devonian age, SE Moravia, Czech Republic, Case study of provenance and sedimentology (2008/1–2)
    Buriánek, D., Gilíková, H., Nehyba, S., Otava, J., 2008: Studium těžkých minerálů v klastických sedimentech kambrického a devonského stáří na jihovýchodní Moravě – provenience a sedimentologie. – Acta Mus. Morav., Sci. Geol., 93, 1–2, 169–184 (with English summary)
    Translucent heavy minerals from siliciclastic sediments of the Cambrian and Devonian age, SE Moravia, Czech Republic, Case study of provenance and sedimentology Lower Cambrian and Middle Devonian siliciclastic sediments (arcoses, sandstones and conglomerates) form more than 2 km thick sedimentary…
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    Where do the Miocene clastic sediments of the Brno region come from? (2012/1)
    Buriánek, D., Tomanová Petrová, P., Otava, J., 2012: Kde je zdroj klastických sedimentů miocénu Brněnska? – Acta Mus. Moraviae, Sci. geol., 97, 1, 153–166 (with English summary)
    Where do the Miocene clastic sediments of the Brno region come from? Selected samples and localities of the Ottnangian and Badenian sands at the eastern margin of Bohemian Massif have been studied to establish their provenance, origin, environments and facies: I. Ottnangian sands and gravels…
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    The discovery of chert-bearing limestone in the Boskovice Furrow (2014/2)
    Krmíček, L., Bartík, J., Bubík, M., 2014: Objev vápenců s rohovci v Boskovické brázdě. – Acta Mus. Morav., Sci. Geol., 99, 2, 73–84 (with English summary)
    The discovery of chert-bearing limestone in the Boskovice Furrow The paper deals with a new finding of peloidal/oolitic micritic limestone in the Bohemian Massif. Limestone outcrops was recently discovered in the vicinity of Malhostovice village, Brno-venkov distrikt (GPS: 49.338250 N; 16.516177…
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