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A new type of slumping-induced soft-sediment deformation structure: the envelope structure

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Large-volume gravity flow deposits in the Central Carpathian Paleogene Basin (Orava region, Slovakia): evidence for hyperpycnal river discharge in deep-sea fans

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The foreland state at the onset of the flexurally induced transgression: data from provenance analysis at the peripheral Carpathian Foredeep (Czech Republic)

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Iron Metallurgy Slags as a Potential Source of Critical Elements - Nb, Ta and REE

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Role of sea-level change in deep water deposition along a carbonate shelf margin, Early and Middle Permian, Delaware Basin: implications for reservoir characterization

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Turbidites as indicators of paleotopography, Upper Miocene Lake Pannon, Western Mecsek Mountains (Hungary)

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Lower Badenian coarse-grained Gilbert deltas in the southern margin of the Western Carpathian Foredeep basin

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Oligocene turbidite fans of the Dukla Basin: New age data from the calcareous nannofossils and paleoenvironmental conditions (Cergowa beds, Polish–Slovakian borderland)

–Oligocene calcareous nannofossils from Maud Rise and Kerguelen Plateau (Antarctica): paleoecological and paleoceanographic implications. Mar. Micro­paleont. 52, 153–179. Piller W., Harzhauser M. & Mandic O. 2007: Miocene Central Paratethys stratigraphy — current status and future directions. Stratigraphy 4, 151–168. Plink-Björklund P. & Steel R.J. 2004: Initiation of turbidity currents: outcrop evidence for Eocene hyperpycnal flow turbidites. Sediment. Geol. 165, 1–2, 29–52. Prothero D.R. 2003: Chronostratigraphy of the Pacific Coast marine Eocene

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Exotic clasts, debris flow deposits and their significance for reconstruction of the Istebna Formation (Late Cretaceous – Paleocene, Silesian Basin, Outer Carpathians)

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Evolution of the passive margin of the peripheral foreland basin: an example from the Lower Miocene Carpathian Foredeep (Czech Republic)

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