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International Conference Malé Karpaty Mts. Geology of the Alpine-Carpathian Junction
Geological Institute Slovak Academy of Sciences
Části této monografie
The Age Determination of Slightly Metamorphosed Sediments (the Block Zone) from the Malé Karpaty Mts. on the Basis of Palynostratigraphy
Alpine Metamorphism of the Tatric Late Paleozoic-Mesozoic Coverin the West Carpathians
Alpine Tectonics Revisited: Arguments for a Two-Stage Collision from Alpine-Carpathian Junction
Banded Amphibolic Rocks - Ancient Oceanic Crust?
Biostratigraphical and Paleoecological Characteristics of Sediments from Surrounding of Smolenice
The Calcareous Alps below the Vienna Basin in Austria and their Structural and Facial Development in the Alpine-Carpathian Borderzone
Calcareous Nannoplankton of the Middle Eocene of the Malé Karpaty Mountains
Chararacteristics of the Malé Karpaty Mts. Granitic Pegmatites
Coarse Clastic Sedimentation in the Upper Badenian-Lower Sarmatian in the Košice Basin - an Example of Sedimentation in the Fault Bordered Basins
The Contribution to Metallogeny of Central Slovakia Neovolcanites
Correlation of the Jurassic/Cretaceous Boundary Beds in the Tatric Units of the Malé Karpaty Mountains with Their Counterparts in other Western Carpathian Sections
Crystalline basement of the Malé Karpaty Mts.: geology, lithology and tectonics
Evaporites on the NW Flank of the East Slovakian Neogene Basin
Evolution of Metamorphism and Granitoid Magmatism of the Malé Karpaty Mts.
Evolution of the Late Tertiary Basin in the Northern Carpathians and Their Foreland
Evolution of the Lower Miocene Basin, Today a Part of the Malé Karpaty Horst Structure
Geodynamic Evolution of the West Carpathians during the Neogene
A " Gravity Nappe" in the SE Part of the Malé Karpaty Mts.
Heavy Minerals from the Malé Karpaty Mts. Miocene
Influence of Water Dynamics Upon Changes of Ecosystems (Rohožník, Badenian)
Late Paleogene Stress Field, Tectonic and Sedimentation in the Bakony and the Western Carpathians (North Pannonian Block); a Response to Oblique Collision
Lithostratigraphic and Paleogeographic Development of the Mesozoic Sequences in the Malé Karpaty Mountains
Magnetite and Ilmenite Granitoid Series in the Malé Karpaty Mts.
Mesozoic and Tertiary Volcanism in Relation to the Pieniny Klippen Belt
Mesozoic Paleotectonic Evolution of the Tatricum in the Malé Karpaty Mts.
Metallogeny of the Malé Karpaty Mts.
Middle European Belt of Magnetic Anomalies and its Geological Interpretation
Middle Triassic Strom-Dominated Carbonate Ramp Sedimentation in the Vysoká Nappe,Malé Karpaty Mountains
Mineral Resources in the Hnúšťa Area, Slovenské Rudohorie Mts., Central Slovakia; a Mineralogical Study
Miocene Faulting and Block Rotation (Malé Karpaty Mts.,Brezovské Karpaty Mts.)
Morphostructural Conditions of Northern Part of the Malé Karpaty Mts.
Oblique Neogene Subduction of the European Plate Beneath the Vienna Basin
Outer West Carpathian Geostructures and their Forming by Plate Tectonic Mechanisms
Paleostress Fields and Neogene Geologic History of Eastern Part of Danube Basin
Palinspastic Reconstruction and Progradation of the Alpine Thrust System Between Eocene and Miocene at the Junction to the Carpathians
Phanerozoic History of the Western Carpathian Area: Multiple Crustal Stretching, Stacking and Splitting
Protolite Reconstruction of some Pre-Carboniferous Metasediments: The Western Carpathians
Provincionality of the Jurassic-Lower Cretaceous Dasycladacean Algae and Large Foraminifera and its Implication in the Western Tethyan Palinspastic Schemes
The Question of Metasomatite Analyse in Neovolcanites of Slovakia
The Relationship of the Flysch of the Western Carpathians and the Eastern Alps
Results and Next Possibilities of Geophysics in Malé Karpaty Mountains
Stratigraphy and Tectonics of the Lower Cretaceous Limestones in the Driny Cave Section(Vysoká Unit, Malé Karpaty Mts.)
Syn-Lithification Tectonic Deformation in the Flysch of the Western Outer Carpathians(Poland)
Tectonic Landscape in Southern Part of Malé Karpaty Mts.
Tertiary Evolution of the Intra-Carpathian Area: a Model
Tertiary Sediments of the Malé Karpaty Mts.
Transition from Convergence to Escape: Field Evidence from the West Carpathians
Upper Cretaceous through Paleogene Evolution of Magura Basin
Veterlín Reef Complex and Middle Triassic Basin - Platform Interaction in the Vetrlín and Havranica Nappes, Malé Karpaty Mountains
Were the Outer Polish Carpathian Basins Floored by Alpine Oceanic Crust?-Evidence from Heavy Minerals
The West Carpathian Crystalline Basement Nappe Formation