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Paleogeographic evolution of the Late Miocene Lake Pannon in Central Europe
Abstract The paleogeographic evolution of Lake Pannon within the Pannonian basin is reconstructed with eight maps, ranging from the Middle Miocene to the Early Pliocene. The maps are based on theExpand
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Late Miocene to Pliocene palaeogeography of the Paratethys and its relation to the Mediterranean
Abstract The palaeogeographic evolution of the Paratethyan and Mediterranean realms are reconstructed with three maps ranging from the Late Miocene to the Middle–Late Pliocene. The maps are based onExpand
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Progradation of the paleo-Danube shelf margin across the Pannonian Basin during the Late Miocene and
Abstract The basin of giant Lake Pannon in Central Europe was filled by forward accretion of sediment packages during the Late Miocene and Early Pliocene. Successive positions of the shelf-margin areExpand
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The link between tectonics and sedimentation in back???arc basins: New genetic constraints from the analysis of the Pannonian Basin
The architecture of sedimentary basins reflects the relationship between accommodation space and sediment supply, their rates and localization being variable during basin evolution. The mechanismsExpand
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Aggradation and progradation controlled clinothems and deep-water sand delivery model in the Neogene Lake Pannon, Makó Trough, Pannonian Basin, SE Hungary
Abstract In the Late Miocene–Early Pliocene Lake Pannon, regression went on for about 6 Ma. Sediments arriving from the Alpine–Carpathian source area were partly accumulated on the flat-lyingExpand
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Life in the sublittoral zone of long-lived Lake Pannon: paleontological analysis of the Upper Miocene Szák Formation, Hungary
Life and depositional environments in the sublittoral zone of Lake Pannon, a large, brackish Paratethyan lake from the Late Miocene, were reconstructed from fossils and facies of the Szák Formation.Expand
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The endemic molluscs of the Late Miocene Lake Pannon: their origin, evolution, and family‐level taxonomy
Long-lived lakes are often sites of spectacular endemic radiations. During the Oligocene to recent history of the Paratethys, large, long-lived (more than a million years) lakes with endemic faunasExpand
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Sedimentary cycles and rhythms in a Sarmatian to Pannonian (Late Miocene) transitional section at Oarba de Mures/Marosorbó, Transylvanian Basin
A continuous Sarmatian/Pannonian boundary section, which rarely crops out within the Pannonian Basin, was studied near Oarba de Mures/Marosorbo. Alternating beds of clay marl, calcareous marl,Expand
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