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  2. Kessel, H. History of the study of the Limnea and Mya stages of the Baltic and the stratigraphy of the Limnea stage on the territory of the Estonian SSR. – 21-45. [Rus., sum. Engl., Germ.].
  3. Krog, H. On the Post-glacial development of the Great Belt. – 47-59. [Sum. Germ., Rus.].
  4. Masicka, H. A tentative at defining the stratigraphy and age of a bottom core from the deep of Gdansk. – 61-70. [Franc., sum. Engl., Rus.].
  5. Lavrova, M. A. & Ladishkina, T. E. On the question of the Late-glacial Baltic-White Seas connection. – 71-97. [Rus., sum. Engl., Germ.].
  6. Apuchtin, N. J., Ekman, J. M., Yakovleva, S. V. New evidences of the White-Baltic Seas Late-glacial connection in the area of the Onega-Ladoga Isthmus. – 99-114. [Rus., sum. Engl., Germ.].
  7. Malyasova, E. S. & Spiridonova, E. A. New data on stratigraphy and paleogeography of the Holocene of the Karelian Isthmus. – 115-123. [Rus., sum. Engl., Germ.].
  8. Jinoridze, R. N. & Kleimenova, G. J. Data of pollen and diatomic analyses of the Alleröd deposits in the Leningrad Region. – 125-137. [Rus., sum. Engl., Germ.]. 3
  9. Seibold, E. The role of the Great Belt for the recent sedimentation in the Baltic Sea. – 139-166. [Germ., sum. Engl., Rus.].
  10. Ulst, V. G. Differentiation of coastal sand by shape of grains. – 167-180. [Rus., sum. Engl., Germ.].
  11. Bączyk, J. & Nowak, B. The differentiation of the mineral composition of sand sediments in underwater bank of Hel. – 181-203. [Germ., sum. Engl., Rus.].
  12. Pfeiffer, H. Heavy mineral beach placers on the southern coast of the Baltic Sea. – 205-212. [Germ., sum. Engl., Rus.].
  13. Gaigalas, A. & Gudelis, V. Erratic boulders of the main stages of the last glaciation in the S. E. Baltic area and the dynamics of ice sheet. – 213-232. [Rus., sum. Engl., Germ.].
  14. Markov, K. K. From a particular glacial theory to the general paleogeographical theory. – 233-243. [Engl., Germ. summary].
  15. Serebryanny, L. R. An outline of the Pleistocene stratigraphy and palaeogeography of Denmark. – 245-259. [Rus., sum. Engl., Franc.].
  16. Usikova, T. V. & Malyasova, E. S. On the origin of kames-landscape in the vicinity of Leningrad. – 261-280. [Rus., sum. Engl., Germ.].
  17. Ananova, E. N. A comparison of the flora from the Lichvin Interglacial of the Russian Plain with the corresponding ones in the Baltic region and adjacent areas. – 281-303. [Rus., sum. Engl., Germ.].
  18. Donner, J. J. First meeting of the INQUA Sub-commission on Baltic and Scandinavian shorelines held in Helsinki 10-11.6.1963. – 305.
  19. Rosa, B. A conference discussing the old shore-lines of the southern Baltic. – 307-310.
  20. Markov, K. K. Anniversary of an outstanding researcher of the Quaternary deposits. [Jubilej vidajuchshievosia issledovatielia chetvertichnych otlozhenij]. – 311-316. [Rus.; 75
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  22. Rosa, B. Contribution of Polish scientists to the Quaternary research of the Baltic Region. Bibliography 1960-1964. – 317-361.
  23. Granö, O. A new research station for coastal studies University of Turku. – 367.