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Catt, J.; Felix-Henningsen, P.; Kemp, R.; Scholten, T.
Erosion, sedimentation and pedogenesis in a polygenetic oxisol sequence in Minas Gerais, Brazil
Muggler, C.C.; Buurman, P.
Micromorphological and geochemical characterization of Tertiary 'freshwater carbonates' locally preserved north of the edge of the Miocene Molasse Basin (SW Germany)
Kallis, P.; Bleich, K.E.; Stahr, K.
Paleosols on Pleistocene dunes as indicators of paleo-monsoon events in the Sahara of East Niger
Paleosol classification: Problems and solutions
Nettleton, W.D.; Olson, C.G.; Wysocki, D.A.
A logical system of paleopedological terms
Compound soil horizons with mixed calcic and argillic properties - examples from the northern Great Basin, USA
Soils in the Holocene alluvial sediments of the Rio Fraja Valley, Spain: in situ or soil-sediments?
Faust, D.; Daz del Olmo, F.; Baena Escudero, R.
The ''Black Floodplain Soil'' in the Amoneburger Becken, Germany: a lower Holocene marker horizon and indicator of an upper Atlantic to Subboreal dry period in Central Europe?
The influence of Pleistocene landforms on soil-forming processes and soil distribution in a loess landscape of Baden-Wurttemberg (south-west Germany)
Over-estimation of efficiency of weathering in tropical ''Red Soils'': its importance for geoecological problems
Bronger, A.; Wichmann, P.; Ensling, J.
Quaternary paleosols, tephra deposits and landscape history in South Kamchatka, Russia
Baumler, R.; Zech, W.
Pedology and mineralogy of loess profiles at Kapela-Batajnica and Stalac, Serbia
Kostic, N.; Protic, N.
Chronology of upper Pleistocene ''red silts'' in the Siwalik system and constraints for the timing of the upper palaeolithic in Nepal
Holocene development of soils in response to environmental changes: the Novosvobodnaya archaeological site, North Caucasus
History of the cultural layer in Moscow and accumulation of anthropogenic substances in it
Alexandrovskaya, E.I.; Alexandrovskiy, A.L.
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