Badenian (Middle Miocene) basin development in SW Hungary: subsidence history based on quantitative paleobathymetry of foraminifera

@article{Bldi2002BadenianM,
  title={Badenian (Middle Miocene) basin development in SW Hungary: subsidence history based on quantitative paleobathymetry of foraminifera},
  author={Katalin B{\'a}ldi and L{\'a}szl{\'o} Benkovics and Orsolya Sztan{\'o}},
  journal={International Journal of Earth Sciences},
  year={2002},
  volume={91},
  pages={490-504}
}
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 on plankton/benthos ratio provided input for the analysis of the subsidence history. The biostratigraphic framework is mainly provided by calcareous nannoplankton (zones NN5–NN7). Changes in sedimentation rates are also considered, partly calculated from number of benthos per unit sediment, and partly estimated… 
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