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Kryštof Verner, David Buriánek, Stanislav Vrána, Lukáš Vondrovic, Jaroslava Pertoldová, Pavel Hanžl, Radmila Nahodilová

Tectonometamorphic features of geological units along the northern periphery of the Moldanubian Zone

Journal of Geosciences, volume 54 (2009), issue 2, 87 - 100


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