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Tertiary Subsurface Facies, Source Rocks and Hydrocarbon Reservoirs in the SW Part of the Pannonian Basin (Northern Croatia and South-Western Hungary)
The Neogene sedimentary successions of the Drava, Sava and Slavonija–Srijem depressions in the SW part of the Pannonian Basin Systemare built up of three 2nd order megacycles separated by fourExpand
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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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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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The tide-influenced Pétervására sandstone, early Miocene, Northern Hungary : sedimentology, palaeogeography and basin development
The objectives of this thesis are: - to determine the main sedimentary units, the dominant depositional processes, and to reconstruct the depositional environment of the Lower Miocene PetervasaraExpand
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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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Early Triassic vertebrate burrows from the Katberg Formation of the south‐western Karoo Basin, South Africa
Bordy, E.M., Sztano, O., Rubidge, B.S. & Bumby, A. 2010: Early Triassic vertebrate burrows from the Katberg Formation of the south-western Karoo Basin, South Africa. Lethaia, Vol. 44, pp. 33–45.Expand
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Badenian (Middle Miocene) basin development in SW Hungary: subsidence history based on quantitative paleobathymetry of foraminifera
A quantitative paleobathymetric study of Badenian foraminifera was carried out from Tekeres-1 and Tengelic-2 boreholes, north of the Mecsek Mts., SW Hungary. Paleobathymetric data, based onExpand
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Early Miocene basin evolution in northern Hungary: Tectonics and eustasy
Abstract It is presumed that the Oligocene-early Miocene basin evolution in northern Hungary was primarily driven by compressional tectonics, producing a major second-order transgressive-regressiveExpand
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Turbidites as indicators of paleotopography, Upper Miocene Lake Pannon, Western Mecsek Mountains (Hungary)
Abstract The floor of Lake Pannon covering the Pannonian Basin in the Late Miocene had considerable relief, including both deep sub-basins, like the Drava Basin, and basement highs, like the MecsekExpand
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Preferred Clast Orientation in Volcaniclastic Mass-Flow Deposits: Application of a New Photo-Statistical Method
A photo-statistical method has been developed to quantify the strength of directional clast fabric in various types of volcaniclastic mass-flow deposits. Fabric strength (R) is defined as theExpand
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