Assessing spatial and temporal changes in the landscape vulnerability in the Kaliningrad region as an element of sustainable spatial planning
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Cloud Service Analysis of Operating Systems and Applications
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Land Use Change and Economics of Land Degradation in the Baltic Region
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Cyberbullying, a new threat to adolescents’ personal security
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Geosituational Modelling of Coastal Marine Systems
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Regional Geographic Information Systems of Health and Environmental Monitoring
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