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Lithological-paleogeographic maps of Paratethys : 10 maps late Eocene to Pliocene
Map 1. Late Eocene (Priabonian-Beloglinian) -- Map 2. Early Oligocene (Early Rupelian, Early Kiscellian - Pschekhian) -- Map 3. Late Oligocene (Chattian - Egerian - Kalmykian) -- Map 4. Early MioceneExpand
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Tertiary evolution of the Intra-Carpathian area: A model
Abstract The Outer Carpathian flysch nappes encircle an Intra-Carpathian domain which can be divided into two megatectonic units (North Pannonian and Tisza) mostly on the basis of contrastingExpand
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Evolution and structure of the Western Carpathians : an overview
This introductory article reviews all the important aspects of the position, tectonic division, composition, structure and evolution of the Western Carpathians. Emphasis is given to the pre-TertiaryExpand
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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 inExpand
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Neogene evolution of the Carpatho-Pannonian region: an interplay of subduction and back-arc diapiric uprise in the mantle
Geodynamic evolution of the Carpathian arc and Pannonian basin during the Neogene times is presented as a set of palinspastic reconstructions. The structural evolution is modeled in terms of aExpand
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Alpine uplift history of the central western Carpathians: geochronological, paleomagnetic, sedimentary and structural data
The mid-Cretaceous onset of the Alpine uplift of previously burned pre-Těrtiaiy basement and cover rock units is re­ corded in the southern Central West Carpathian zones in the Veporic superunit. TheExpand
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QUANTITATIVE SUBSIDENCE ANALYSIS AND FORWARD MODELLING OF THE VIENNA AND DANUBE BASINS : THIN-SKINNED VERSUS THICK-SKINNED EXTENSION
Abstract We present the results of a quantitative study of the tectonic evolution of the Vienna and Danube basins by comparing tectonic subsidence histories derived from backstripping of more than 90Expand
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On Late Oligocene to Pliocene depocentre migrations and the evolution of the Carpathian-Pannonian system
Abstract The Late Oligocene to Pliocene evolution of foredeep basins of the Eastern Alps-Carpathians fold and thrust belt is marked by pronounced internal to external and lateral depocentre shifts.Expand
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Late Miocene to Early Pliocene sedimentary environments and climatic changes in the Alpine–Carpathian–Pannonian junction area: A case study from the Danube Basin northern margin (Slovakia)
Abstract The Danube Basin situated at the Alpine–Carpathian–Pannonian junction represents a region of the Central Paratethys strongly influenced by orogen building processes and climatic changes. TheExpand
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