Paleogeographic significance of Upper Triassic basinal succession of the Tamar Valley, northern Julian Alps (Slovenia)

@article{Gale2015PaleogeographicSO,
  title={Paleogeographic significance of Upper Triassic basinal succession of the Tamar Valley, northern Julian Alps (Slovenia)},
  author={L. Gale and Bogomir Celarc and M. Caggiati and T. Kolar-Jurkov{\vs}ek and B. Jurkov{\vs}ek and P. Gianolla},
  journal={Geologica Carpathica},
  year={2015},
  volume={66},
  pages={269 - 283}
}
Abstract The Julian Alps (western Slovenia) structurally belong to the eastern Southern Alps. The Upper Triassic succession mostly consists of shallow water platform carbonates of the Dolomia Principale-Dachstein Limestone system and a deep water succession of the Slovenian Basin outcropping in the southern foothills of the Julian Alps. In addition to the Slovenian Basin, a few other intraplatform basins were present, but they remain poorly researched and virtually ignored in the existing… Expand
Middle Jurassic limestone megabreccia from the southern margin of the Slovenian Basin
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