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Geneza form wietrzeniowych tafoni – przegląd literatury = Origins of ‘tafoni’ weathering forms – a literature review


Przegląd Geograficzny T. 86 z. 1 (2014)


Zwalińska, Katarzyna



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tafoni ; weathering ; weathering forms ; climatic geomorphology


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