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Between a Pod and a Hard Test: The Deep Evolution of Amoebae
Abstract Amoebozoa is the eukaryotic supergroup sister to Obazoa, the lineage that contains the animals and Fungi, as well as their protistan relatives, and the breviate and apusomonad flagellates.Expand
Fossil and recent debris flows in medium-high mountains (Moravskoslezské Beskydy Mts, Czech Republic).
Abstract The significance of debris flows for the morphogenesis of the medium–high mountains of Central Europe has long been neglected. Herein we provide evidence from the Moravskoslezske BeskydyExpand
Temporal behavior of deep-seated gravitational slope deformations: A review
Abstract Deep-seated gravitational slope deformations (DSGSDs) are slow moving, hillslope-scale mass movements featuring characteristic landforms such as double-crested ridges and upslope-facingExpand
Recent progress in landslide dating
Recent progress of dating techniques has greatly improved the age determination of various types of landslides. Since the turn of the 21st century, the number of dated landslides throughout the worldExpand
Phylogenomics and Morphological Reconstruction of Arcellinida Testate Amoebae Highlight Diversity of Microbial Eukaryotes in the Neoproterozoic
Life was microbial for the majority of Earth's history, but as very few microbial lineages leave a fossil record, the Precambrian evolution of life remains shrouded in mystery. Shelled (testate)Expand
Gravitationally induced caves and other discontinuities detected by 2D electrical resistivity tomography: Case studies from the Polish Flysch Carpathians
Abstract Widened discontinuities (among them crevice-type caves) are characteristic phenomena of landslides in anisotropic rock massifs forming the Flysch Carpathians. We tested the reliability of 2DExpand
The largest prehistoric landslide in northwestern Slovakia: Chronological constraints of the Kykula long-runout landslide and related dammed lakes
Abstract This study deals with the chronology of the largest long-runout landslide in the northwesterrn part of the Western Flysch Carpathians (Kysucke Beskydy Mts, Slovakia). Despite theExpand
The application of electrical resistivity tomography and gravimetric survey as useful tools in an active tectonics study of the Sudetic Marginal Fault (Bohemian Massif, central Europe)
This paper presents the results of two separate geophysical investigations undertaken across the Sudetic Marginal Fault zone in the Bohemian Massif. This fault zone represents one of the mostExpand
Evaluation of meteorological controls of reconstructed rockfall activity in the Czech Flysch Carpathians
The spatio-temporal characteristics of rockfall activity were studied at four localities representative of old landslides in the highest part of the Czech Flysch Carpathians (Moravskoslezske BeskydyExpand