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The South-Western Boundary of Central Paratethys


Title (Dublin Core)

eng The South-Western Boundary of Central Paratethys

Description (Dublin Core)

eng Small Neogene basins within the Dinarides were never invaded by marine transgressions during their evolution. The fresh-water sedimentation, endemic fauna and their position between the Adriatic region and the Pannonian Basin System explain why these basins have not been considered as parts of the Mediterranean or Central Paratethys realm. The correlation of sediments and fauna of these fresh-water basins with the Pannonian Basin System and Adriatic region suggests that Dinaridic fresh-water basins may be considered as a part of the Central Paratethys. This consideration locates the southwestern boundary of Central Paratethys within the High Karst Belt.

Creator (Dublin Core)

Jamičić, D.

Subject (Dublin Core)

eng Neogene; Dinarides; Central Paratethys; Mediterranean

Publisher (Dublin Core)

Croatian Geological Survey

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Identifier (Dublin Core)

Source (Dublin Core)

Geologia Croatica
ISSN 1330-030X (Print)
ISSN 1333-4875 (Online)
Volume 55
Issue 1

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Rights (Dublin Core)

Full text of articles are freely accessable. Subscription to print issue is 500,00 Kn (80 Eur) per volume.