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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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Coleoptera: Scolytidae) to changing breeding conditions in a forest decline area in the Sudeten Mountains, Poland.
2000, The role of neotectonics and glaciation on terrace formation along the Nysa Klodzka River in the Sudeten Mountains (southwestern Poland).
He shows the beginnings of Poland as it developed between the Baltic Sea, the Sudeten Mountains, and the Carpathians in the south.
The Northern Plain ends as it meets the mountain ranges of the Carpathians, the Ore (Erzgebirge) and Sudeten Mountains.
Part of the Sudeten Mountains, the park is distinguished by its dramatically shaped rocks carved out of the mountainside and its spectacular waterfalls.
At the very end of the story the boy is at school in the sanatorium for children in the Sudeten Mountains.
Prevailing westerly winds have carried acid gases toward the Sudeten Mountains, where nearly 75 percent of the forests have been either destroyed or adversely affected, and other acid deposition is affecting poorly buffered soils over a wide area of the European Community.
Characteristic course of the phenomena and their high repeatability can confirm relationship between observed effects and tectonic motions in the Sudeten Mountains region (Kaczorowski, 2009a).