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Problems of the Neogene and Quaternary in the Carpathian Basin

Regional Committee on Mediterranean Neogene Stratigraphy. Congress (7th 1985 Budapest, Hungary)

Problems of the Neogene and Quaternary in the Carpathian Basin

geological and geomorphological studies : contribution to the VIIth Congress of the Regional Committee on Mediterranean Neogene Stratigraphy, Budapest, 1985

by Regional Committee on Mediterranean Neogene Stratigraphy. Congress (7th 1985 Budapest, Hungary)

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Published by Akadémiai Kiadó in Budapest .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Carpathian Mountains
    • Subjects:
    • Geology, Stratigraphic -- Neogene.,
    • Geology, Stratigraphic -- Quaternary -- Congresses.,
    • Geology -- Carpathian Mountains -- Congresses.,
    • Geomorphology -- Carpathian Mountains -- Congresses.

    • Edition Notes

      Includes bibliographies.

      Statementedited by Miklós Kretzoi, Márton Pécsi ; [translated by D. Lóczy and the authors].
      SeriesStudies in geography in Hungary,, 19
      ContributionsKretzoi, Miklós., Pécsi, Márton.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsQE690 .R4 1985
      The Physical Object
      Paginationv, 128 p. :
      Number of Pages128
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL2287788M
      ISBN 109630542285
      LC Control Number86155627

      Book chapters will be unavailable on Saturday 24th August between 8ampm BST. This is for essential maintenance which will provide improved performance going forwards. Please accept our apologies for any inconvenience : Trond H. Torsvik, L. Robin M. Cocks. Póka, T.: Changes in the petrochemical compsition of the Miocene and Quaternary basaltic volcanism in the Carpathian Basin Formation. - 8 th Congr. Reg. Comm. on the Mediterranean Neogene. pp. Embey-Isztin, A., Peltz, S., Póka, T.: Petrochemistry of the Neogene and Quaternary basalt volcanism in the Carpathian Basin.

        Pliocene to Quaternary tectonics in the Horná Nitra Depression (Western Carpathians) The Horná Nitra Depression is an Upper Miocene-Quaternary intramontane sedimentary basin. This N-S elongated half-graben structure is rimmed from the west by the marginal Malá Magura fault which is the most distinctive fault in the Horná Nitra Depression Cited by: The Neogene geodynamic evolution of the Carpathian arc and Pannonian basin is presented in terms of a coupled system of: (1) Alpine (A Œ type) subduction and compressive orogene belt development owing to collision of the Adriatic microplate, (2) lateral extrusion of ALCAPA.

      Neogene ( Ma), in result of repeated regressions and transgressions of the Fore-Carpathian Basin, the Lom Depression was gradually filled up with sediments (mainly clays, with local sand intercalations) and the process of its formation as an independent tectonic structure finished therewith. At the beginning of the. The Pannonian Basin: A Study in Basin Evolution/Book and Maps (Aapg Memoir) [Leigh H. Royden, Ferenc Horvath] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. The Pannonian basin system is an integrap part of the Alpine mountain belts of east-central Europe. It is completely encircled by the Carpathian Mountains to the north and east.


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Problems of the Neogene and Quaternary in the Carpathian Basin by Regional Committee on Mediterranean Neogene Stratigraphy. Congress (7th 1985 Budapest, Hungary) Download PDF EPUB FB2

Problems of the Neogene and Quaternary in the Carpathian Basin: geological and geomorphological studies: contribution to the VIIth Congress of the Regional Committee on Mediterranean Neogene Stratigraphy, Budapest, Neogene to Quaternary volcanism of the Carpathian-Pannonian region is part of the extensive volcanic activity in the Mediterranean and surrounding regions.

Using the spatial and temporal distribution of the magmatic rocks, their major- and trace-element features, and Sr-Nd-Pb isotope characteristics, we suggest that lithospheric extension in the Pannonian Basin had a major role in the generation of.

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(Studies in geography in Hungary, 19). (hbk)?) environmental and dynamic geomorphology: case studies in Hungary. Edited by Marton Pecsi.

The Neogene-Quaternary sedimentary rocks exceed 7 km in thickness in some areas, and the basin system (including the Transylvanian basin) is about km from north to south and km from east to west. It is currently interpreted by most workers as a Mediterranean back arc extensional basin of the middle Miocene age.

Neogene to Quaternary volcanic/magmatic activity in the Carpathian-Pannonian Region (CPR) occurred between 21 and Ma with a distinct migration in time from west to east. Genesis of the Neogene to Quaternary volcanism in the Carpathian-Pannonian region 69 Tectonic inversion has characterized the Pannonian Basin since the late Pliocene due to the push of the Adriatic plate from southwest and blocking by the East European platform.

In the Carpathian–Pannonian region in Neogene times, westward-dipping subduction in a land-locked basin caused collision of two lithospheric blocks (Alcapa and Tisia) with the southeastern border of the European plate. Calc-alkaline and alkaline magmatism was closely related to subduction, rollback, collision and extension.

Land salamanders of the family Hynobiidae from the Neogene and Quaternary of Europe In: Amphibia-Reptilia. Author: Márton Venczel 1 View More View Less. reached the Carpathian Basin during Late Miocene and disappeared from the area during Lower Pleistocene times.

The Hynobiidae had a wider geographic distribution during the Tertiary and Cited by: Up to several kilometers deep sedimentary basins of Neogene to Quaternary age are found in the south Adriatic between the Apennines and the Dinarides/Albanides.

They are the Apennines foredeep, the Central Adriatic Basin, and the South Adriatic by: Neogene and Quaternary volcanism of the Carpathian-Pannonian region: changes in chemical com- position and its relationship to basin formation.

In: L.H. Royden and F. Horvh (Editors), The Pannonian Basin, a Study in Basin by: Neogene to Quaternary volcanism of the Carpathian-Pannonian region is part of the extensive volcanic activity in the Mediterranean and surrounding regions. Neogene to Quaternary volcanic/magmatic activity in the Carpathian-Pannonian Region (CPR) occurred between 21 and Ma with a distinct migration in time from west to east.

It shows a diverse compositional variation in response to a complex. Neogene-Quaternary Volcanic forms in the Carpathian-Pannonian Region: a review; The petrologic evolution and pre-eruptive conditions of the rhyolitic Kos Plateau Tuff (Aegean arc) Is Efate (Vanuatu, SW Pacific) a result of subaerial or submarine eruption.

An alternative model for the 1 Ma Efate Pumice FormationCited by: Szakács A., Pécskay Z., Seghedi I. & Balogh K. A 21 Ma long story of Neogene-Quaternary magmatism in the Carpathian-Pannonian Region (Eastern Europe): Time-space evolution patterns.

Agenda and abstracts. The Second International Conference on the Geology of Tethys, Cairo University, March Tethys Geol. Soc., Cairo, Based on the spatial distribution, temporal evolution and geochemical features, Neogene magmatism in the Carpathian–Pannonian area can be divided into the following segments: (1) a Western Segment that includes the West Carpathians and Pannonian basin (North Hungary and Central Slovakia).Here calc-alkaline volcanism occurred between ∼20 and 11 Ma, with large volumes of acidic and Cited by: NEOGENE OF THE PARATETHYAN REGION 7th INTERNATIONAL WORKSHOP ON THE NEOGENE OF CENTRAL AND SOUTH-EASTERN EUROPE RCMNS Interim Colloquium ABSTRACTS BOOK ORGANISING COMMITTEE Koraljka Bakrač (Croatian Geological Survey) Marija Bošnjak (Croatian Natural History Museum) Marko Cvetković (University of Zagreb, Faculty of Mining, Geology and.

Abstract. The objective of this chapter is to review key evidence and genetic hypotheses pertaining to the Neogene—Quaternary basins of the internal (western) side of the Cited by:   Neogene to Quaternary volcanic/magmatic activity in the Carpathian-Pannonian Region (CPR) occurred between 21 and Ma with a distinct migration in time from west to east.

It shows a diverse compositional variation in response to a complex interplay of subduction with rollback, back-arc extension, collision, slab break-off, delamination, strike-slip tectonics and microplate rotations, as Cited by: Problems of the Neogene and Quaternary in the Carpathian Basin: geological and geomorphological studies: contribution to the VIIth Congress of the Regional Committee on Mediterranean Neogene Stratigraphy, Budapest, By.

Download PDF (52 MB) Topics: QE Geology. In the Carpathian-Pannonian region in Neogene times, westward-dipping subduction in a land-locked basin caused collision of two lithospheric blocks (Alcapa and Cited by:. Carpathian Basin.

The Neogene-Quaternary morphostructural units inherit completely or partially the depressed forms of the pre-Neogene relief. The morphostructural shaping and development of Lom Depression is a result of the neo-tectonic movements after the Mid Miocene, as well as the shaping of Carpathians and the Stara Planina Mountain.1.

Introduction [2] The southern Apennines of Italy are part of the central Mediterranean orogenic belt which is constituted by a pile of thrust‐nappes deriving from the deformation of Mesozoic to Cenozoic domains as the result of the Late Cretaceous‐Quaternary convergence between the African and European mountain belt is represented by a series of tectonic units that were Cited by: At the terminal part of the Pliocene the basin bottom became land surface due to the epirogen- etic rise of the whole Carpathian territory.

Pluvial sedimentation started in the inner part of the basin about the beginning of the Quaternary. As a result of a fluvial activity m-thick sedimentary.