Tertiary Subsurface Facies, Source Rocks and Hydrocarbon Reservoirs in the SW Part of the Pannonian Basin (Northern Croatia and South-Western Hungary)

@article{Safti2003TertiarySF,
  title={Tertiary Subsurface Facies, Source Rocks and Hydrocarbon Reservoirs in the SW Part of the Pannonian Basin (Northern Croatia and South-Western Hungary)},
  author={Bruno Safti{\'c} and Josipa Veli{\'c} and Orsolya Sztan{\'o} and Gy{\"o}rgy Juh{\'a}sz and Zeljko Ivkovic},
  journal={Geologia Croatica},
  year={2003}
}
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 four majorerosional unconformities. The first megacycle contains terrestrial tomarine syn-rift and early post-rift sediments of Early to Mid-Mioceneage. The second is built up of Late Miocene Lake Pannon deposits,while the third contains those sediments which were deposited inthe remnants of Lake Pannon and in… 

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