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Su·de·ten

 (so͞o-dā′tn, zo͞o-) also Su·de·tes (so͞o-dē′tēz)
A series of mountain ranges along the Czech-Polish border between the Elbe and Oder Rivers. The mountains extend for about 300 km (185 mi) and rise to 1,602 m (5,256 ft).

Sudetes

(suːˈdiːtiːz) or

Sudeten Mountains

pl n
(Placename) a mountain range in E central Europe, along the N border of the Czech Republic, extending into Germany and Poland: rich in minerals, esp coal. Highest peak: Schneekoppe, 1603 m (5259 ft)
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precipitation, evapotranspiration, surface run-off and subsurface run-off, were performed in the area of the Sudety Mountains for the period of November 2002 - October 2015.
Soil mites (Acari, Mesostigmata) of the "Torfowiska Doliny Izery' reserve in the sudety mountains.
1998, Recent geodynamics of Eastern Sudety mountains and foreland.
Portrait of Poland is an eight-day Travelsphere tour which includes a stay in the Sudety Mountains.
1997, Questionnaire about diagnosis of erosion in the forest on a scale of Forestry District In: Constant observations of hydrological and erosion processes in the Sudety Mountains (in Polish), IBL, Warszawa.
1994, Deformation monitoring of upper layer of lithosphere at unanimated nature objects in Sudety Mountains.
2001, Gravity variations monitoring in the Polish part of Eastern Sudety Mountains and Sudetian Foreland in period 1992-2000, Proceedings of the EGS G9 Symposium "Geodetic and geodynamic programmes of the CEI (Central European Initiative)", Nice, France, 25-30 March 2001, Reports on Geodesy, No.
2008, Deformation of the Margin of Sudety Mountains (Southern Poland) studied by Persistent Scatterers Interferometry, Fifth International Workshop on ERS/Envisat SAR Interferometry, 'FRINGE07', Frascati, Italy.
1994, Measurement and monitoring system for deformation investigation of lithosphere of natural and engineering objects in Sudety Mountains, Proceed.
2007, Monitoring of permanent GPS stations at the Sudety Mountains, Acta Geodyn.
1994, Measurement and monitoring system for lithosphere deformations of natural and engineering objects in the Sudety Mountains, Proceed of the 1st Turkish Int.