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Evolution of the Southern Margin of the Julian Basin with Emphasis on the Megabeds and Turbidites Seqence of the Southern Julian Prealps (NE Italy)
From the Maaslrichtian up to the Early Eocene, the Julian (or Slovenian) Basin is characterized by a mixed siliciclastic/carbonale deposits system which exhibit complex sedimentalion patternsExpand
Paleogene and Neogene
Sedimentary and stratigraphic developments with tectonic settings of Paleogene and Neogene sediments in individual Central Europe basins.
Dropstones, pseudoplanktonic forms and deep-water decapod crustaceans within a Lutetian condensed succession of central Istria (Croatia): relation to palaeoenvironmental evolution and palaeogeography
Abstract In central Istria (western Croatia) a middle Eocene unit, some tens of metres thick, marks the transition from shallow-water carbonate to deeper-water clastic sedimentation. This unitExpand
Geology of the Classical Karst Region (SW Slovenia–NE Italy)
ABSTRACT The paper aims to present the geology of the western part of the Classical Karst (NW Dinarides), located at the border between Slovenia and Italy. The work is based on archive, published andExpand
Decastronema barattoloi (DE CASTRO), characteristic fossil of the Palaeocene and the Eocene peritidal sediments from the Adriatic carbonate platform
The renewed deposition in the Palaeogene and the oldest part of the non-interrupted Palaeocene succession is characterized by the presence of Decastronema barattoloi (DE CASTRO), cyanobacterial tubesExpand
Trace fossils and facies changes in Cretaceous‐Eocene flysch deposits of the Julian Prealps (Italy and Slovenia): Consequences of regional and world‐wide changes
The abundance and diversity of flysch trace fossil assemblages, including graphoglyptids and forms produced by echinoids, as well as the ratio of pre‐depositional to post‐depositional forms, showExpand
Ichnology of eocene flysch deposits of the Istria peninsula, croatia and slovenia
The lower part of the Eocene deep‐sea deposits (450–500 m) in Istria is dominated by light‐grey marl‐stones; the middle and upper parts are dominated by thin‐and medium‐bedded siliciclastic flyschExpand
Continental, brackish and marine carbonates from the Lower Cretaceous of Kolone–Barbariga (Istria, Croatia): stratigraphy, sedimentology and geochemistry
Abstract During the Early Cretaceous, wide areas of the Dinaric–Adriatic Carbonate Platform emerged for long periods. The Hauterivian–Barremian carbonates from Kolone–Barbariga show a few typicalExpand
Methane-Related Carbonate Cementation of Marine Sediments and Related Macroalgal Coralligenous Assemblages in the Northern Adriatic Sea
Publisher Summary This chapter presents a multidisciplinary study of the major characteristics of a set of submarine rock outcrops in the Northern Adriatic Sea: the rock occurrence, embedded down toExpand