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New 40Ar/39Ar, fission track and sedimentological data on a middle Miocene tuff occurring in the Vienna Basin: Implications for the north-western Central Paratethys region

–Pannonian Region: a review. Central Eur. J. Geosci . 2, 3, 207–270. Locock A.J. 2014: An Excel spreadsheet to classify chemical analyses of amphiboles following the IMA 2012 recommendations. Computers and Geosciences 62, 1–11. Lukács R., Harangi S., Guillong M., Bachmann O., Fodor L., Buret Y., Dunkl I., Sliwinski J., von Quadt A., Peytcheva I. & Zimmerer M. 2018: Early to Mid-Miocene syn-extensional massive silicic volcanism in the Pannonian Basin (East-Central Europe): Eruption chronology, correlation potential and geodynamic implications. Earth Sci. Rev. 179

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Lamprophyric rock locations in Greece

]. Altherr, R., & Siebel, W. (2002). I-type plutonism in a continental back-arc setting. Miocene granitoids and monzonites from the central Aegean Sea, Greece. Contributions to Mineralogy and Petrology 143 , 397-415. DOI: 10.1007/s00410-002-0352-y Anonymous (1978). Greek asbestos breaks ground.- Industrial Minerals 129 , 47-49 Arvanitidis N. (2018). Halkidiki, Forged from Land and Sea. Stamoulis Press, Athens, Greece, 176 p Bayat, F., & Torabi, G. (2011). Alkaline lamprophyric province of Central Iran. Island Arc 20, 386-400. DOI: 10.1111/j.1440

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Geophysical and geological interpretation of the Vienna Basin pre-Neogene basement (Slovak part of the Vienna Basin)

–209. Alasonati Tašárová Z., Afonso J.C., Bielik M., Götze H.J. & Hók J. 2009: The lithospheric structure of the Western Carpathian–Pannonian region based on the CELEBRATION 2000 seismic experiment and gravity modeling. Tectonophysics 475, 454–469. Alasonati Tašárová Z., Fullea J., Bielik M. & Środa P. 2016: Lithospheric structure of Central Europe: Puzzle pieces from Pannonian Basin to Trans-European Suture Zone resolved by geophysical–petrological modelling. Tectonics 35, 1–32. Arzmüller G., Buchta Š., Ralbovský E. & Wessely G. 2006: The Vienna Basin. In

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Mineralogia
The Journal of Mineralogical Society of Poland
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The First International Conference on ‘Processes and Palaeo-Environmental Changes in the Arctic: From Past to Present’ (PalaeoArc)

. Pleskot, K., Tjallingii, R., Makohonienko, M., Nowaczyk, N. & Szczuciński, W., 2018. Holocene paleohydrological reconstruction of Lake Strzeszyńskie (western Poland) and its implications for the central European climatic transition zone. Journal of Paleolimnology 59, 443–459. Stankowski, W., 2001. The geology and morphology of the natural reserve “Meteoryt Morasko”. Planetary and Space Science 49, 749–753. Stankowski, W., 2008. Meteoryt Morasko, osobliwość obszaru Poznania – Morasko meteorite, a curiosity of the Poznań region. Adam Mickiewicz University

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Geologos
The Journal of Adam Mickiewicz University
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The siliciclastics/carbonates shift in the Jurassic of the Western Caucasus (central northern Neo-Tethys): reconsidering research over the last 50 years

the Jurassic: The Caucasian Sea and the Neotethys Ocean. Geološki anali Balkanskoga poluostrva 67, 1-11. Ruban, D.A., 2008a. The Jurassic events in the Greater Caucasus basin (central Northern Neotethys) and the Neuquen basin (West Gondwana): A comparison. Re-vista de Asociación Geológica Argentina 63, 766-775. Ruban, D.A., 2008b. Jurassic maximum flooding surfaces in the Greater Caucasus Basin (Northern Neo-Tethys). Central European Geology 51, 99-112. Ruban, D.A., 2010a. Spatio-temporal patterns of the major Bathonian (Middle Jurassic

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Secular and catastrophic processes reflected in sediments of the Suchedniów water reservoir, Holy Cross Mountains (Poland)

, M., Przepióra, P., Kusztal, P., Kłusakiewicz, E. & Malęga, E., 2019. Late Quaternary geo-morphology and geoarchaeology in the rivers of the Holy Cross Mountains region, Central Europe. Quaternary Research 91, 584–599. Kalicki, T., Przepióra, P., Aksamit, M., Biesaga, P., Frączek, M., Kłusakiewicz, E., Grzeszczyk, P., Chrabąszcz, M. & Kusztal, P., 2018a. Formy i osady Zalewu Suchedniowskiego (województwo świętokrzyskie) – wstępne wyniki [Forms and sediments of Suchedniów Reservoir (Świętokrzyskie Voivodeship) – preliminary results]. [In:] Cłapa, T

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Evidence for pre-Pleistocene landforms in the Eastern Alps: Geomorphological constraints from the Gurktal Alps

.I., Dunai, T.J., Bada, G., Bourlés, D., Müller, P., 2011. Dating Pleistocene aeolian landforms in Hungary, Central Europe, using in situ produced cosmogenic 10 BE. Quaternary Geochronology, 6/6, 515–529. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.quageo.2011.06.001 Ruszkiczay-Rüdiger, Zs., Csillag, G., Fodor, L., Braucher, R., Novothny, Á., Thamó-Bozsó, E., Virág, A., Pazonyi, R., Timár, G., and ASTER Team, 2018. Integration of new and revised chronological data to constrain the terrace evolution of the Danube River (Gerecse Hills, Pannonian Basin). Quaternary Geochronology, 48

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Miocene quartz sands redeposited on subaqueous and alluvial fans during the Saalian: Interpretation of the depositional scenario at Ujście, western Poland

, western Poland. Eiszeitalter und Gegenwart 45, 1–14. Cailleux, A., 1942. Les actionnes éoliennes périglaciaires en Europe. Mémoires de la Société Géologique de France 41, 176 pp. Ciuk, E. & Pożaryska, K., 1982. On paleogeography of the Tertiary of the Polish Lowland. Prace Muzeum Ziemi 35, 81–88. Clemmensen, L.B. & Houmark-Nielsen, M., 2008. Sedimentary features of a Weichselian glaciolacustrine delta. Boreas 10, 229–245. Czubla, P., 2015. Eratyki fennoskandzkie w osadach glacjalnych Polski i ich znaczenie badawcze [ Fennoscandian

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