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Badenian evolution of the Central Paratethys Sea: paleogeography, climate and eustatic sea level changes
The Miocene Central Paratethys Sea covered wide areas of the Pannonian Basin System, bordered by the mountain chains of the Alps, Carpathians and Dinarides. The epicontinental sea spread not only in
The bivalve faunas as a basis for reconstruction of the Middle Miocene history of the Paratethys
The paper deals with the Paratethyan bivalve fauna recorded in Middle Miocene marine shallow-water sandy facies. Of the 429 recognized species, 343 occur in the Lower Badenian, 71 in the Chokrakian,
Bivalves from the Middle Miocene reefs of Poland and Ukraine: A new approach to Badenian/Sarmatian boundary in the Paratethys
the Late Badenian coralline algae-vermetid reefs and the early Sarmatian serpulid-microbialite reefs distributed widely in the northeastern and eastern borders of the carpathian Foredeep Basin
The Medobory Hills (Ukraine): Middle Miocene reef systems in the Paratethys, their biological diversity and lithofacies
The unique Middle Miocene reef belt formed within the Paratethyan realm constitutes at present the Medobory Hills in western Ukraine and northernmost Moldova. Not only is the size of this structure
Chitons (Mollusca: Polyplacophora) from the Middle Miocene sandy facies of Ukraine, Central Paratethys
The Late Badenian (=early Serravallian of theMediterranean) chitons of Ukraine, housed in theMuseum of the Earth PAS,Warsaw, are described systematically. Eight species are identified: Leptochiton
First record of the bivalve species Parvamussium fenestratum (Forbes, 1844) from the Middle Miocene of the Paratethys
This is the first Paratethyan record of a minute scallop species Parvamussium fenestratum (Forbes, 1844). The species was found in Middle Miocene (Upper Badenian) clayey deposits in the Surzha
Oligocene bivalve faunas from the Silesian Nappe, Polish Outer Carpathians: Evidence for the early history of the Paratethys
The study is focused on the taxonomic inventory of an intriguing bivalve fauna from the Lower Oligocene Menilite Beds (Dynow Marls) within the Silesian Nappe, Polish Outer Carpathians. Sixteen
Middle Miocene (Badenian) bivalves from the carbonate deposits of the Wójcza-Pińczów Range (southern slopes of the Holy Cross Mountains, Central Poland)
The paper deals with Middle Miocene (Badenian) bivalves from the limestones and marls of the Wojcza-Pinczow Range (southern slopes of the Holy Cross Mountains, Central Poland). Totally, 80 bivalve
Oligocene bi valve fau nas from the Silesian Nappe , Pol ish Outer Carpathians : ev i dence of the early his tory of the Paratethys
The study is fo cused on the tax o nomic in ven tory of an in trigu ing bi valve fauna from the Lower Oligocene Menilite Beds (Dynów Marls) within the Silesian Nappe, Pol ish Outer Carpathians. Six
Middle Miocene bivalve faunas from the carbonate deposits of Poland (Central Parathethys)
Les bivalves des facies carbonates du Miocene moyen de Pologne (Paratethys centrale). ; La composition specifique et la structure taxonomique de cinq communautes de bivalves des calcaires du Miocene
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