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  • observation platform at the Munich Public Observatory provides a splendid view of the city of Munich and the Alps. Credit: Munich Public Observatory.
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  • (Maastricht) Biber Glacial ~2.5 2.35 age Pleistocene Alps river Biber (Germany) Biber-Donau age Pleistocene Alps Blancan 4.9 1.8 age Pliocene-Pleistocene North
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  • is situated at the Kuhjoch pass, Karwendel Mountains, Northern Calcareous Alps, Austria (47°29'02"N/11°31'50"E). The Triassic-Jurassic (T-J) boundary is
    38 KB (2,347 words) - 22:12, 26 April 2016
  • This image shows a cumulus cloud above Lechtaler Alps, Austria. Credit: Glg.
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  • layer at the Cretaceous/Paleogene boundary in the Gams Section (eastern Alps, Austria)". Doklady Earth Sciences 422 (1): 1065-7. doi:10.1134/S1028334X08070131
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  • called a glacier table. "Talefre Glacier on Mont Blanc Massif in the European Alps sported a prominent glacier table when this undated photograph was taken
    144 KB (17,707 words) - 22:20, 26 April 2016
  • occurs across the fault, and this causes the continued uplift of the Southern Alps, New Zealand's largest mountain range, along the southeast side of the fault
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  • Somerset SreetProject Status: Unbuilt The Swiss Alps Chocolaterie’s design draws inspiration from the Alps mountain range. Hard edges, large planes, and
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  • Valencia, Barcelona, Nice, Torino Blue Banana - Southern Britain to the Alps (the UK, France, Germany, Benalux, Switzerland, Italy) London, Manchester
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  • suggests the activity of the rock glacier. It is on Combeynot Massif, French Alps, at 45°00′44″N 06°24′40″E. Mont Blanc has a nominal position of 45°50'01"N
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  • street level and provides a splendid view over the city of [Munich] and the Alps. Two telescope domes [and] two smaller huts, housing the large telescopes
    103 KB (11,060 words) - 23:29, 10 April 2016
  • Low winter sun reflects off Skopphornet and Sunnmøre alps (Sykkylven) in Norway. Credit: "color line".
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  • The Aletsch glacier in the image on the right is the largest in the Swiss Alps. The Quelccaya ice cap in the image on the left is located in southern Peru
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  • Eocene Epoch continued into the Pliocene to create the northern front of the Alps as well as the Appennines, Carpathians, Caucasus, and Himalayas. The tectonic
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  • & Detlef Schneider (2007). "Origin and tectonic evolution of the Eastern Alps deduced from dating of detrital white mica: a review". Austrian Journal of
    81 KB (8,798 words) - 15:07, 12 April 2016
  • & Detlef Schneider (2007). "Origin and tectonic evolution of the Eastern Alps deduced from dating of detrital white mica: a review". Austrian Journal of
    61 KB (6,372 words) - 03:02, 13 April 2016
  • Front there was some fighting. The countries were fighting each other in the Alps. The Italians benefitted from a superiority of almost 2:1. The Austrians
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  • Maritime Alps Pyrenees Mountains (Between France and Spain) Seine River (Northeast France) Loire (Longest River) Rhone (Runs from Swiss Alps to the Mediterranean)
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  • This image shows a cumulus cloud above Lechtaler Alps, Austria. Credit: Glg.
    114 KB (11,712 words) - 22:19, 26 April 2016
  • The Sphinx Observatory at the Jungfraujoch in the Swiss Alps is a high altitude observatory less affected by the atmosphere. Credit: Eric Hill from Boston
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