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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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Late Miocene and Pliocene history of the Danube Basin: inferred from development of depositional systems and timing of sedimentary facies changes
Late Miocene and Pliocene history of the Danube Basin: inferred from development of depositional systems and timing of sedimentary facies changes The development of the northern Danube Basin (nDB)Expand
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Palaeoenvironmental and chronological constraints on the Tuğlu Formation (Çankırı Basin, Central Anatolia, Turkey)
Ilaria MAZZINI,*,**, Natália HUDÁČKOVÁ, Peter JONIAK, Marianna KOVÁČOVÁ, Tamás MIKES, Andreas MULCH, F. Bora ROJAY, Stella LUCIFORA, Daniela ESU, Ingeborg SOULIÉ-MÄRSCHE IGAG-CNR, Rome, ItalyExpand
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First record of fossil anguines (Squamata; Anguidae) from the Oligocene and Miocene of Turkey
Fossil anguine lizard specimens from several Turkish localities are described in this paper. The material comes from ten different localities, spanning a large geographic area consisting of bothExpand
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Early Miocene insectivores of Gökler (Kazan Basin, Central Anatolia, Turkey)
Unlike the rodents of the local zone C (MN 2) fauna of Gökler, the faunal list of the insectivores shows little surprises. The fauna is dominated by the gymnure Galerix saratji and the enigmaticExpand
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Významné eventy v paleogeografi i severnej časti Dunajskej panvy - nástroj na upresnenie stratigrafi e jej vrchnomiocénnej a pliocénnej výplne
Late Neogene palaeogeography and geodynamics of the Danube Basin is characterized by wide rifting of the back arc basin, its gradual infi ll, followed by the Pliocene uplift and denudation. BasinExpand
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Early Miocene rodents of Gökler (Kazan Basin, Central Anatolia, Turkey)
Abstract The rich and relatively diverse fossil mammalian assemblage from Gökler is of special importance for understanding of faunal evolution in Central Anatolia. Large mammals were not recovered,Expand
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New faunas of small mammals from old Harami mine (early Miocene, Anatolia, Turkey)
Two new small mammal assemblages from the abandoned Harami lignite mine, as an addition to previously known Harami assemblages, provide a better insight in the palaeoenvironments in Anatolia in localExpand
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Gördes: a new early Miocene micromammal assemblage from western Anatolia
The mammal locality of Gördes is only known from its test sample, as it has been subsequently destroyed. This small sample yielded a surprisingly rich assemblage, with five rodent species, fourExpand
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