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Czy w Polsce są autochtoniczne tektyty?

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Are autochthonous tektites in Poland?
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Undoubtedly, the river transport is very important in tektites distribution. Most of the moldavites are located in fluvial sediments, what indicates their redeposition origin. Similar situation is on the territory of Poland. Finding of the autochthonous Polish tektites seems very difficult and requires further fieldworks.

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