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  • Limnic and terrestrial sedimentation and the N/Q boundary in the Pannonian basin in Problems of the Neogene and Quaternary in the Carpathian Basin.
  • Bassin Pannonien ; Géochronologie ; Géographie physique ; Hongrie ; Néogène ; Quaternaire ; Stratigraphie ; Sédiment lacustre ; Sédimentologie
  • The change from limnic to terrestrial sedimentation is regarded as a marker of the N/Q boundary in the Carpathian basin. It is roughly synchronous with the Matuyama-Gauss paleomagnetic reversal (million years). The boundary is easy to trace
  • in mountains, but more difficult to define in basins where oscillations of water level took place. DLO).
  • The Neogene red clays of the Carpathian basin in Problems of the Neogene and Quaternary in the Carpathian Basin.
  • On understanding the range and stratigraphic position of the Pannonian in Problems of the Neogene and Quaternary in the Carpathian Basin.
  • Neogene-Quaternary geomorphological surfaces in the Hungarian mountains in Problems of the Neogene and Quaternary in the Carpathian Basin.
  • Problems of the Neogene and Quaternary in the Carpathian Basin.
  • Tying the basalts from the Transdanubian Central Mountains (Hungary) to the standard polarity time scale in Problems of the Neogene and Quaternary in the Carpathian Basin.
  • Sketch of the biochronology of the Late Cenozoic in Central Europe in Problems of the Neogene and Quaternary in the Carpathian Basin.
  • The absolute chronology of the Plio-Pleistocene alluvial sequence overlying the pediment of the Matra Mountains in Problems of the Neogene and Quaternary in the Carpathian Basin.
  • The economic geological importance of the lignite at the foreland of the Northern Hungarian Uplands in Problems of the Neogene and Quaternary in the Carpathian Basin.
  • The Great Hungarian Plain is the largest sedimentary basin of Europe filled with great thicknesses of Neogene sediments. The complex mapping of deposits showed that during the Quaternary the maximum degree of subsidence was 700 m and in the lowlands