Baltica, Vol 32 (2) 2019

Slavinskienė G., Jurevičius A., Satkūnas J., Šimanauskienė R.
Landfill leachate quantity and attenuation distance of inorganic contaminants in the groundwater of different hydrogeological systems: a case study of Lithuania
Taraškevičius, R., Kazakauskas, V., Sarcevičius, S., Zinkutė, R., Suzdalev, S.
Case study of geochemical clustering as a tool for tracing sources of clays for archaeological and modern bricks
Nikolaeva, S., Tolstobrov, D., Tolstobrova, A.
Disturbances in the primary stratigraphy of lake sediments on the Murmansk coast (Russia): their identification and relationship with catastrophic events
Van Loon, A.J. Tom, Soms, J., Nartišs, M., Krievāns, M., Pisarska-Jamroży, M.
Sedimentological traces of ice-raft grounding in a Weichselian glacial lake near Dukuli (NE Latvia)
Skuodis, Š., Žaržojus, G., Tamošiūnas, T., Dirgėlienė, N.
Reconstruction of Holocene marine sand natural hydrostatic pressure and its relation with shearing strength
Shelekhova, T., Lavrova, N.
Paleoenvironmental reconstructions and a sedimentological evidence of paleoseismic activity ca 9000 yr BP in Karelia, NW Russia, based on lake sediment studies on Mount Vottovaara
Armanavičius, A., Satkūnas, J.
Application of aerial photogrammetric technology for determination and parametrization of areas affected by extraction of raw materials
Dailidė, R., Povilanskas, R., Ménez, J.A., Simanavičiūtė, G.
A new approach to local climate identification in the Baltic Sea’s coastal area