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geomorphology ( Boivin et al. 1982 , Traglia et al. 2009 , Kshirsagar et al. 2016 ). Therefore, these phreatomagmatic and mixed eruptive centres play a crucial role as good sensors of the environmental variation ( Wood 1980 , Siebe 1986 , Németh et al. 2001 ), mostly when superficial and ground water-table level changed ( Lorenz 1984 , Büchel 1993 , Büchel et al. 2000 ). In this work, we will concentrate on the volcanic geomorphological typology of the eruptive landforms through a well-illustrated volcanic features inventory, presented with simple and concise

., MARTIN U., 2002, Pliocene crater lake deposits and soft-sediment deformation structures associated with a phreatomagmatic volcano: Pula maar, western Hungary. Geologica Carpathica, 53 (ISSN 1335–0552). STANKOWSKI W.T.J., 2001, The geology and morphology of the natural reserve “Meteoryt Morasko”. Planetary and Space Science, 49: 749–753. STANKOWSKI, W.T.J., 2011, Rezerwat meteoryt Morasko – morfogeneza kosmiczna zagłębień terenu. Landform analysis, 16: 149–154. STANKOWSKI W.T.J., MUSZYŃSKI A., KLIMM K., SCHLIESTEDT M., 2002, Mineralogy of Morasko Meteorite and structure

. Radiation Measurements 41(7–8): 942–947, DOI 10.1016/j.radmeas.2006.04.023. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.radmeas.2006.04.023 [54] White JDL, 1996. Impure coolants and interaction dynamics of phreatomagmatic eruptions. Journal of Volcanology and Geothermal Research 74(3–4): 155–170, DOI 10.1016/S0377-0273(96)00061-3. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/S0377-0273(96)00061-3 [55] Wintle AG, 1973. Anomalous fading of thermoluminescence in mineral samples. Nature 245(5421): 143–144, DOI 10.1038/245143a0. http://dx.doi.org/10.1038/245143a0 [56] Yokoo A, Taniguchi H, Goto A and Oshima H

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Basin and its relation to tectonics. Contrib. Geophys. Geodesy 45, 3, 193-218. Marko F. 2012: Cenozoic stress field and faulting at the northern margin of the Danube Basin (Western Carpathians, Slovakia). Mineralia Slovaca 44, 213-230. Marko F., Plašienka D. & Fodor L. 1995: Meso-Cenozoic tectonic stress fields within the Alpine-Carpathian transition zone: a review. Geol. Carpath. 46, 1, 19-27. Martin U., Németh K., Auer A. & Breitkreuz C. 2003: Mio-Pliocene phreatomagmatic volcanism in a fluvio-lacustrine basin in western Hungary. Geolines 15, 84-90. Mattick R

). These developments form the present day, highly urbanized area, which continues to expand. The cityscape is formed by major elements of the geology of the Massif Central including the Limagne Plain, Limagne Fault and the adjacent features of the volcanic Chaîne des Puys . They are expressed in the relief and can be directly seen in outcrops. The city centre Clermont has been located since Roman times at the edge of the Maar de Jaude (also called the Maar de Clermont-Chamalières ), a late Pleistocene phreatomagmatic crater, completely filled by sediments and