Title: Stratygrafia radarowa – metoda analizy danych georadarowych 3D w badaniu środowisk sedymentacyjnych na przykładzie osadów rzecznych = Radar stratigraphy – a method for analysing 3D GPR data in sedimentary environments as exemplified by fluvial sediments


Żuk, Tomasz ; Sambrook Smith, Gregory H.

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Przegląd Geograficzny T. 87 z. 3 (2015)



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