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Winery regions as the oldest cultural landscapes: remnants, signs, and metamorphoses

describe the evolution of winery landscapes in Europe, while taking into consideration the Mediterranean Basin, Asia Minor, Transcaucasia, and Central Asia. The article is an initial attempt to analyze the expansion of winery landscapes and to identify some of the regularities in their transformations on the basis of the remaining traces and signs that are present in the landscape as well as in the material and non-material culture of local societies in selected areas. Traces refer here to fragments, remnants, scraps of space, but also to the extent of winery

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The early Miocene flora of Güvem (Central Anatolia, Turkey): a window into early Neogene vegetation and environments in the Eastern Mediterranean

Rinconada mine, eastern Spain) during the early Miocene. Bot. J. Linn. Soc., 172: 153–174. RÖGL F. 1998. Palaeogeographic considerations for Mediterranean and Paratethys seaways (Oligocene to Miocene). Ann. Naturhist. Mus. Wien, 99 A: 279–310. RÜCKERT-ÜLKÜMEN N. 2003. Fossil ranids from Miocene deposits of Central Anatolia. Istanbul Üniv. Müh. Fak. Yerbilimleri Dergisi, 16(2): 71–74. SACHSE M. 2001. Oleaceous laurophyllous leaf fossils and pollen from the European Tertiary. Rev. Palaeobot. Palynol., 115: 213–234. SAPORTA G. DE. 1865. Etudes sur la

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Miocene paleogeography and biostratigraphy of the Slovenj Gradec Basin: a marine corridor between the Mediterranean and Central Paratethys

Kostanjevica (SE Slovenia). Geologija 45, 2, 531–536, Rögl F. 1998: Palaeogeographic Considerations for Mediterranean and Paratethys Seaways (Oligocene to Miocene). Ann. des Naturhist. Mus. Wien. 99A, 279–310. Rögl F., Spezzaferri S. & Ćorić S. 2002: Micropaleontology and biostratigraphy of the Karpatian-Badenian transition (Early– Middle Miocene boundary) in Austria (Central Paratethys). Cour. Forsch.­Inst. Senckenb . 237, 47–67. Rögl F., Ćorić S., Hohenegger J., Pervesler P., Roetzel R., Scholger R., Spezzaferri S. & Stingl K. 2007: Cyclostratigraphy

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Geologica Carpathica
The Journal of Geological Institute of Slovak Academy of Sciences
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New luminescence-based geochronology framing the last two glacial cycles at the southern limit of European Pleistocene loess in Stalać (Serbia)

contrast to extensively studied LPS along the Danube River, deposits further to the south in the Central Balkan region have been poorly investigated so far ( Kostić and Protić, 2000 ; Basarin et al ., 2011 and Obreht et al ., 2014 ). The studied section Stalać is located in this region south of the typical loess distribution area of the Carpathian Basin (Middle Danube Basin) and the Lower Danube Basin, and it is especially important for an integral view on paleoenvironments in the yet poorly investigated interior of the Balkans. This region was under much stronger

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A new Middle Miocene selachian assemblage (Chondrichthyes, Elasmobranchii) from the Central Paratethys (Nyirád, Hungary): implications for temporal turnover and biogeography

: Palaeogeographic considerations for the Mediterranean and Paratethys seaways (Oligocene to Miocene). Annalen des Naturhistorischen Museums in Wien 99 (A), 279-310. Rögl F. & Steininger F.F. 1983: Vom Zerfall der Tethys zu Mediterran und Paratethys. Die neogene Paläogeographie und Palinspastik des zirkum-mediterranen Raumes. Annalen des Naturhistorischen Museums in Wien 84 (A), 135-163. Rögl F. & Brandstätter F. 1993: The foraminifera genus Amphistegina in the Korytnica Clays (Holy Cross Mts, Central Poland) and its significance in the Miocene of

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Decapod Crustacea of the Central Paratethyan Ottnangian Stage (middle Burdigalian): implications for systematics and biogeography

Crustacés Décapodes Brachyoures. Hebd. Acad. Sci., Sér. D 285, 1049–1052. Harzhauser M. & Piller W.E. 2007: Benchmark data of a changing sea — palaeogeography, palaeobiogeography and events in the Central Paratethys during the Miocene. Palaeogeogr. Palaeoclimatol. Palaeoecol. 253, 8–31. Harzhauser M., Piller W.E. & Steininger F.F. 2002: Circum-Mediterranean Oligo–Miocene biogeographic evolution — the gastropods’ point of view. Palaeogeogr. Palaeoclimatol. Palaeoecol. 183, 103–133. Harzhauser M., Mandic O. & Zuschin M. 2003: Changes in Paratethyan

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Diversity and distribution patterns of the Oligocene and Miocene decapod crustaceans (Crustacea: Malacostraca) of the Western and Central Paratethys

) 17, 1–118. Bartol M., Mikuž V. & Horvat A. 2014: Palaeontological evidence of communication between the Central Paratethys and the Mediterranean in the late Badenian/early Serravalian. Palaeogeogr. Palaeoclimatol. Palaeoecol. 394, 144–157. Berger J.-P., Reichenbacher B., Becker D., Grimm M., Grimm K., Picot L., Storni A., Pirkenseer C., Derer Ch. & Schaefer A. 2005: Paleogeography of the Upper Rhine Graben (URG) and the Swiss Molasse Basin (SMB) from Eocene to Pliocene. Int. J. Earth Sci. (Geol. Rundsch.) 94, 697–710. Beschin C., Busulini A

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A dendrochronological analysis of Pinus pinea L. on the Italian mid-Tyrrhenian coast

:// [23] de Lillis M and Fontanella A, 1992. Comparative phenology and growth in different species of the Mediterranean maquis of central Italy. Vegetatio 99–100: 83–96. [24] De Luis M, Novak K, Cufar K and Raventós J, 2009. Size mediated climate-growth relationships in Pinus halepensis and Pinus pinea. Trees — Structure and Function 23(5): 1065–1073, DOI 10.1007/s00468-009-0349-5. [25] Denimal

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The Study of Seasonal Changes of Permanent Stations Coordinates based on Weekly EPN Solutions

. Bruyninx C., Altamimi Z., Boucher C., Brockmann E., Caporali A., Gurtner W., Habrich H., Hornik H., Ihde J., Kenyeres A., Mäkinen J., Stangl G., van der Marel H., Simek J., Söhne W., Torres J. A., Weber G., (2009): The European Reference Frame: Maintenance and Products, International Association of Geodesy Symposia, 134, pp. 131-137. Bruyninx, C., (2006): RECENT MONITORING OF CRUSTAL MOVEMENTS IN THE EASTERN MEDITERRANEAN The Use of GPS Measurements , NATO Science Series: IV: Earth and Environmental Sciences, 61, pp. 169-181. Bruyninx C., Baire Q., Legrand

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