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  •  International Geological Congress,oslo 2008
      Geochemistry of colemanite deposit of Kestelek, Bursa, Turkey
      Mineralogical study of around Sarayan city bentonite reserves and assessment of their industrial applications - southern khorasan province - east of Iran
      Development status and suggestions of Yunnan copper industry, China
      Hot spring ecosystems through time: Homes for endemics, hot spring specialists or widespread but pre-adapted generalists?
      The Carnian (Late Triassic) flora from Lunz in Lower Austria: Plant diversity and palaeoecological considerations
      Diffuse co-evolution over geological timescales: Plants and non-avian dinosaurs
      Quaternary Mexican mammals database
      A database of South American Quaternary mammals for paleoecological analyses
      NEOTOMA - a multidisciplinary and relational database for terrestrial paleoecological datasets for the Pliocene, Pleistocene and Holocene
      Leaf area index and precipitation estimates from present and past communities of large herbivorous mammals
      Using the fossil record to define natural biodiversity baselines in mammals
      Omnibus weights of evidence method implemented in GeoDAS GIS for information extraction and integration for prediction
      The concept of turbulence and complex systems in solids: Chaos, attractors and fractals
      The digital characteristics of the granitoid and its implications for Pb-Zn-Ag mineralization in the Jinla poly-metallic ore field across China and Myanmar
      Porous media microstructure reconstruction using pixel-based and object-based simulated annealing
      Scaling properties of the turbidite bed thickness
      Fractal invariable distribution and its application in large-sized mineral deposits
      DPSIR, soil functions and the landscape hierarchical model, tools for integrating geodiversity in spatial planning; the river valley as an example
      Landscape and geoheritage: A starting point for popularising geoscience
      Geodiversity: Developing the paradigm
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