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Sarmatian paleoecological environment of the Machów Formation based on the quantitative nannofossil analysis — a case study from the Sokołów area (Polish Carpathian Foredeep)

part of the Carpathian Foredeep based on seismic survey and geodynamic conditions. Ph.D. Dissertation. Centr. Arch. Państw. Inst. Geol. , Warszawa (in Polish with English summary). Krzywiec P. 1997: Large-scale tectono-sedimentary Middle Miocene history of the central and eastern Polish Carpathian Foredeep Basin — results of seismic data interpretation. Przegl. Geol. 10, 1039-1053. Krzywiec P., Wysocka A., Oszczypko N., Mastalerz K., Papiernik B., Wróbel G., Oszczypko-Clowes M., Aleksandrowski P., Madej K

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Geochemical and isotopic evidence for Carboniferous rifting: mafic dykes in the central Sanandaj-Sirjan zone (Dorud-Azna, West Iran)

-Boroujerd plutonic complex, northern Sanandaj-Sirjan magmatic zone, Iran. Neues Jahrb. Geol. Paläontol. Abh. 274, 1, 81–120. Deng H., Kusky T., Polat A., Wang L., Wang J. & Wang S. 2013: Geochemistry of Neoarchean mafic volcanic rocks and late mafic dikys in the Zanhung Complex, Central Orogenic Belt, North China Craton: Implications for geodynamic setting. Lithos 175–176, 193–212. Ernst R.E. & Buchan K.L. 2001: Large mafic magmatic events through time and links to mantle plume heads. In: Ernst R.E. & Buchan K.L. (Eds.): Mantle plumes: their identification through

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Regional turbidites and turbiditic environments developed during Neogene and Quaternary in Croatia

-eustatic sea level record: influence of glacial melting rates on the Younger Dryas event and deep-ocean circulation. Nature , 342, pp. 637–642. [7] Stanley, D.I. (1995): A global sea level curve for the late Quaternary: the impossible dream? Mar. Geol. , 125, pp. 1–6. [8] Vlahović, I., Tišljar, J., Velić, I., Matičec, D. (2005): Evolution of the Adriatic carbonate platform: palaeogeography, main events and depositional dynamics. Palaeogeogr., Palaeoclimatol., Palaeoecol. , 220/3–4, pp. 333–360. [9] Marić-Đureković, Ž. (2011): Litofacijesne i

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Constraints on the depositional age and tectonometamorphic evolution of marbles from the Biharia Nappe System (Apuseni Mountains, Romania)

-82. Burkhard M. 1993: Calcite twins, their geometry, appearance and significance as stress-strain markers and indicators of tectonic regime: a review. J. Struct. Geol. 15, 351-368. Csontos L., Benkovics L., Bergerat F., Mansy J.L. & Wórum G. 2002: Tertiary deformation history from seismic section study and fault analysis in a former European Tethyan margin (the Mecsek- Villány area, SW Hungary). Tectonophysics 357, 81-102. Csontos L. & Vörös A. 2004: Mesozoic plate tectonic reconstruction of the Carpathian region. Palaeogeogr. Palaeoclimatol

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Koonalda Cave, Nullarbor Plain, South Australia – issues in optical and radiometric dating of deep karst caves

human visitation, then logically people will settle around its margins but the excavation may have been well within the lacustrine zone. Furthermore, the lacustrine conditions themselves were presumably episodic, following seasonal rainfall or cyclonic events. The strength and velocity of the sudden stream flow will also have varied but would have generally disaggregated an assemblage into a number of parts, dispersed around the cave floor. Another critical factor is the fall of natural light onto the cave floor and creating a highly favourable place for humans to

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Meta-analysis of dendrochronological dating of mass movements

, Montana, U.S.A. Mountain Research and Development 5(2): 175–182. [15] Butler DR and Sawyer CF, 2008. Dendrogeomorphology and high-magnitude snow avalanches: a review and case study. Natural Hazards and Earth System Sciences 8(2): 303–309, DOI 10.5194/nhess-8-303-2008. [16] Carrara PE and O’Neill JM, 2003. Tree-ring dated landslide movements and their relationship to seismic events in southwestern Montana, USA. Quaternary Research 59(1): 25

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Towards better correlation of the Central Paratethys regional time scale with the standard geological time scale of the Miocene Epoch

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Recycling of Paleoproterozoic and Neoproterozoic crust recorded in Lower Paleozoic metasandstones of the Northern Gemericum (Western Carpathians, Slovakia): Evidence from detrital zircons

tectonothermal events in Gemericum and adjacent units (Western Carpathians, Slovakia): Contribution by 40 Ar/ 39 Ar dating. Slovak Geol. Mag . 11, 2–3, 155–163. Dickinson W.R. 1970: Interpreting detrital modes of graywacke and arkose. J. Sediment. Petrol. 40, 695–707. Dickinson W.R. & Gehrels G.E. 2003: U–Pb ages of detrital zircon from Permian and Jurassic aeolian sandstones of the Colorado Plateau, USA: paleogeographic implications. Sediment. Geol. 163, 29–66. Dickinson W.R. & Gehrels G.E. 2008: U–Pb ages of detrital zircons in relation to

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Employing Minimum age model (MAM) and Finite mixture modeling (FMM) for OSL age determination of two important samples from Ira Trench of North Tehran Fault

not permit Ghassemi et al . (2014) to use the radiocarbon age of sample Ira.2008/C-IV (1105 ± 30 yr BP) to identify a possible seismic event at the base of unit 27, to be associated with the 958 AD Ray-Taleghan event (M ≈ 7.7). If the MAM age of sample IRA4 (3.5 ± 0.4 ka) has overestimated the true burial age of unit 29, it has positive effect on the interpretation of Ghassemi et al . (2014) to associate trench seismic events to some historical events (e.g., unit 27, to be associated with the 958 AD Ray-Taleghan). Particularly, it may confirms Ghassemi et

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Shallow-water benthic foraminiferal assemblages and their response to the palaeoenvironmental changes — example from the Middle Miocene of Medvednica Mt. (Croatia, Central Paratethys)

(Banovina, Croatia) Geol. Carpath. 62 5 447 461 Hammer O., Harper D.A.T. & Ryan P.D. 2001: PAST: paleontological statistics software package for education and data analysis. Paleont. Electronica 4, 1, 1–9. Hammer O. Harper D.A.T. Ryan P.D. 2001 PAST: paleontological statistics software package for education and data analysis Paleont. Electronica 4 1 1 9 Harzhauser M. & Piller W.E. 2007: Benchmark data of a changing sea — palaeogeography, palaeobiogeography and events in the Central Paratethys during the Miocene

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