Volcanic facies analysis of a subaqueous basalt lava-flow complex at Hruškovec, NW Croatia — Evidence of advanced rifting in the Tethyan domain

@article{Palinka2008VolcanicFA,
  title={Volcanic facies analysis of a subaqueous basalt lava-flow complex at Hru{\vs}kovec, NW Croatia — Evidence of advanced rifting in the Tethyan domain},
  author={L. Palinka{\vs} and V. Bermanec and S. B. {\vS}o{\vs}tari{\'c} and T. Kolar-Jurkov{\vs}ek and S. S. Palinka{\vs} and F. Moln{\'a}r and G. Kniewald},
  journal={Journal of Volcanology and Geothermal Research},
  year={2008},
  volume={178},
  pages={644-656}
}
Abstract The Hruskovec quarry of basaltoid rocks is situated on the northwestern slopes of Mt. Kalnik, within the Zagorje–Mid-Transdanubian zone, a part of the North-western Dinarides. The basaltoids are inter-bedded with radiolarites of the Middle and Upper Triassic age (Langobardian, Carnian–Norian). Spilites, altered diabases and meta-basalts form part of Triassic volcanic-sedimentary sequence, made of sandstones, shales, micritic limestone, altered vitric tuffs and radiolarian cherts… Expand
Submarine hydrothermal processes, mirroring the geotectonic evolution of the NE Hungarian Jurassic Szarvaskő Unit
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