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  • Slovakia's settlement towards the end of the middle Ages
  • Géographie de l'Europe ; Géographie historique ; Habitat rural ; Moyen Age ; Peuplement ; Peuplement urbain ; Répartition de la population ; Réseau de peuplement ; Slovensko ; Tchécoslovaquie
  • An analyse of the state of Slovakia settlement in the late Middle Ages, particularly from 1511 to 1530, with 1 map supplement. Urban settlements and the Wallachian colonisation. - (MS)
  • A new chronostratigraphy of the Late Weichselian loess units in Middle Europe based on thermoluminescence dating
  • The ages of tephra layers, soils and loess bodies of the late Weichsel are discussed using a consistent set of twentythree thermoluminescene (TL) ages and two radiocarbon ages. Two other radiocarbon ages are rejected since they are inconsistent
  • Exkursionen in Ostbayern. Part II, 4. Die Eisenwirtschaft in der Oberpfalz vom Mittelalter bis in die Gegenwart.. Excursions en Bavière orientale. IIe partie, 4. Iron industry in the Upper Palatinate since the Middle Age up to present time
  • Fluviatile Dynamik im Mittelwesertal während des Spätglazials und Holozäns Late Glacial and Holocene river dynamics in the Middle Weser Valley
  • Age du Bronze ; Age du Fer ; Allemagne RFA ; Alluvions ; Dynamique fluviale ; Fluviatile ; Géographie de l'Europe ; Holocène ; Niedersachsen ; Quaternaire ; Stratigraphie ; Sédimentologie ; Tardiglaciaire ; Weser
  • The investigations on Late Glacial and Holocene deposits in the middle Weser valley concentrated on high-flood sediments as well as on sedimentary and sedentary fillings of abandoned river meanders. A stratigraphy of the Late Glacial and Holocene
  • Age du Bronze ; Charente, dép. ; Céréale ; Déboisement ; Environnement ; France ; Géographie de l'Europe ; Palynologie ; Paléobotanique ; Paléogéographie ; Poitou-Charentes ; Prée, marais ; Préhistoire ; Technique de recherche ; Tuf ; Végétation
  • of Middle Bronze Age (about 1210BC).
  • The book deals with local history and geography in the town of Freiberg and its surroundings. Freiberg is famous because of its middle aged mining industry. Numerous testimonies of this mining industry as well as sign of modern development
  • Stratigraphic, textural, minerological, geochemical and palynological investigations indicate the existence of: lacustrine clay from the Late Eemian (Hovden thermomer)| dark clayey basal till of the Early Weichselian age (Hovden kryomer)| lacustrine
  • sediments from an Early or Middle Weichselian interstadial (Fornes thermomer)| and basal till from Middle/Late Weichselian (Fornes kryomer). The environment during the thermomers is discussed. (E. Jahn).
  • Action anthropique ; Aménagement hydraulique ; Bief de moulin ; Cesky ; Dynamique fluviale ; Fluviatile ; Géographie de l'Europe ; Géomorphologie ; Moyen Age ; Plaine d'inondation ; Sédiment fluviatile ; Tchécoslovaquie
  • The building of mill races was an important factor in the geomorphological development of river valleys and flood-plains in the Bohemian and Moravian landscape through the Middle Ages. This activity was connected not only with early channeling works
  • Three main phases of ice-movement pattern in South Norway during the Weichselian are reconstructed. During phaseIII (possibly of Middle/Late Weichselian age) had an easterly situated ice divide. During phaseIV (Preboreal age) the ice divide had
  • Location, age and origin of pingo remnants in the Drentsche Aa valley area (the Netherlands)
  • developed between 25,000 and 19,000 BP. Transformation into pingo remnants was not isochronous, but occurred until the middle Late Glacial (Late Weichselian).
  • Mise au point rapide sur l'immobilier de la Côte d'Opale et son arrière-pays, où les transactions avec les Anglais ont décuplé ces dernières années. Raisons de cet engouement de la middle-class britannique pour la spéculation foncière, qui
  • s'accompagne de la renaissance des palaces d'antan et des restaurants de luxe. - (AG)
  • The analysis of the boundary effects for individual groups of migrants in the Katowice region indicated, similarly to the Warsaw agglomeration a positive correlation between age and the social position, which implies the intelligentsia's
  • (or the middle class') type of socio-economic structure. In the odz agglomeration on the contrary, a natural negative correlation was indicated, which is characteristic of the working class' type of socio-economic structure. The model of spatial barriers is based
  • The town has retained its important trade-organizing function from the Middle Ages to our days. The utility network satisfies less and less the increased requirements. It is only partly able to fulfil urban functions. So the subcentres should
  • specimen, young generative middle-aged, old and dying off generative specimen). Optimum time of Astragalus sowing is autum (early and late). Seeding norm, depth of embedding and other data are given. - (L'A.).
  • A life-cycle of perennial Astragalus (8 species) introduced in Kopetdag piedmonts is studied. 2 periods are singled out in the life-cycle : virginal and generative ones, which are in their turn divided into different age stages (sprouts, immatural
  • In the young loess series of Basaharc type locality two stratotype paleosols occur ( Basaharc Double = BD1, BD2, and Basaharc A complexes) representing two marker horizons in the lower and middle part of young loess in Hungary. The Basaharc Double
  • paleosol complex is a chernozem-like double forest-steppe soil horizon, its estimated age is 40-45 ka. The Basaharc Lower paleosol is a remarkably well-developed chernozem-like forest steppe soil. In the BD and BA paleosols charcoal fragments of Quercus cf
  • between the core and the mantle of the anticline. It is of comparatively old age. To the west of it, the calcareous Middle and Upper Triastic is of wider occurence. Tithonian and Valanginian occur only to the west of this set, and Turonian only to the east
  • the fossil soil dated in the bottom at 11 000 380 B.P. and in the top at 5140 120 B.P., the A. found fragments of pottery from the late Middle Ages. It follows that the over six-meters thick series of the decalcified loessy silts covering the pottery has been
  • accumulated for the last ca 500 years. These data from the Czyzowka valley as to the accumulation rate of valley deposits in modern times considerably exceed the corresponding values reported for the nearby Middle Vistula river valley or for the Subcarpathian
  • Two different volcanic ash-falls of Allerod age in high Belgium
  • Applying the same method to different ash layers, two volcanic ash-falls of Allerod age are distinguished: the Brackvenn ash-fall (14C age: 10 830 45 a B.P.) and the Konnerzvenn ash-fall (14C age: 11 030 160 a B.P.). (LW).
  • Diagenetic evolution of the septaria clay of Boom (Rupelian age) in Belgium