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  • A study on the lower boundary of Quaternary in North China. Stratigraphic significance of the Matuyama/Gauss boundary in Loess and the Quaternary: Chinese and Hungarian case studies.
  • Biostratigraphie ; Chine ; Chine, Nord ; Cénozoïque ; Equus ; Géographie de l'Asie ; Magnétostratigraphie ; Mammifères ; Néogène ; Paléoclimatologie ; Paléomagnétisme ; Pliocène ; Pléistocène ; Quaternaire ; Stratigraphie ; Sédimentologie
  • Geochemical characteristics of loess in Luochuan section, Shanxi province in Loess and the Quaternary: Chinese and Hungarian case studies.
  • Chine ; Formation superficielle ; Géographie de l'Asie ; Holocène ; Loess ; Luochuan ; Paléosol ; Pléistocène ; Quaternaire ; Shanxi
  • On the correlation of Eurasian terrestrial stratigraphy in Late Cenozoic times in Loess and the Quaternary: Chinese and Hungarian case studies.
  • A new lithological evaluation and typology of loess exposures in Transdanubia and on the Danube-Tisza Interfluve in Loess and the Quaternary: Chinese and Hungarian case studies.
  • Problems of the granulometry of loess in Loess and the Quaternary: Chinese and Hungarian case studies.
  • On the mineralogical and petrological properties of the younger loess in Hungary in Loess and the Quaternary: Chinese and Hungarian case studies.
  • Soil moisture investigations on the loess-covered slopes of the Tokaj area in Loess and the Quaternary: Chinese and Hungarian case studies.
  • Analysis of clay minerals in Hungarian loesses on the basis of the clay mineral map of soils in Hungary in Loess and the Quaternary: Chinese and Hungarian case studies.
  • The Quaternary of the Great Hungarian Plain in Loess and the Quaternary: Chinese and Hungarian case studies.
  • Mineralogical observations on the Paks-Dunakomlod loess plateau in Loess and the Quaternary: Chinese and Hungarian case studies.
  • Chronostratigraphy of Hungarian loesses and the underlying subareal formation in Loess and the Quaternary: Chinese and Hungarian case studies.