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Agrokémia és Talajtan
Authors: I. Potyó, I. Kása, Cs. Farkas, Gy. Gelybó, Zs. Bakacsi, M. Dencső, E. Tóth, and Á. Horel

. 2445 – 52 . Hill , B.R. 1996 , Streamflow and suspended-sediment loads before and during highway construction, North Halawa

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’ 14.8” N, 88° 45’ 03.4” E) with low load of vehicles; Site 3: Jessore road near Sethpukur, Barasat (22° 42’ 59.1” N, 88° 28’ 59.5” E) with moderate load of vehicles; Site 4: National Highway 34, near N. S. C. Bose International Airport, Kolkata (22° 38

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, Vadime 2000 . ‘Approaches Old and New to the Silk Roads.’ In: Vadime Elisseef (ed.) The Silk Roads: Highways of Culture and Commerce . New York And Oxford And Paris : Berghahn Books And Unesco Publishing . Elverskog , Johan 2010 . Buddhism

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connection with pollutant behavior in soils like highways construction [ 1 ], [ 2 ]. Consequently, the problem of rising water in initially dry soil, which in touch with water at the base and exposed to the atmosphere, should be clarified [ 3 ]. In arid and

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szakaszának megelőzőrégészeti feltárása (1992–1999). Előzetes jelentés I (The preceding archaeological excavation of the planning M7 highway in County Somogy (1992–1999). Preliminary report I). SMK 14 (2000) 93

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Somogy megyei szakaszának megelőző régészeti feltárása (1992–1999). Előzetes jelentés I (The preceding archaeological excavation of the planing M7 highway in county Somogy (1992–1999). Preliminary report I). SMK 14 (2000) 3

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. Major-hegy déli részén, M0 BP 05/2 lh.) — Archaeological investigations in the eastern sector of the M0 highway ring (Budapest XVII, southern part of Major Hill, M0 BP site no. 05/2). Aquincumi füzetek 12. Budapest 2006, 166

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Gurrutxaga, M., L. Rubio and S. Saura. 2011. Key connectors in protected forest area networks and the impact of highways: A transnational case study from the Cantabrian Range to the Western Alps (SW Europe). Landscape Urban Plan. 101: 310

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1 Introduction 1.1 General In all construction projects the main goal of engineers is to construct a structures, highways, roads etc. able to resist the applied loads and environment conditions. If the soil under structure, which cannot resist, the

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Pollack Periodica
Authors: Yongting Shi, Anna Mária Tamás, and Gergely Sztranyák

side of the highway in a linear pattern, following the direction of the mountains from the northwest to the southeast, quietly rooted in the foothill valley on the other side of the road is the Long River, which runs down the valley. The river width

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