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    Central Paratethys
    The Karpatian - a Lower Miocene Stage of the Central Paratethys
    Bryozoa, foraminifera and calcareous nannoplankton as environmental proxies of the "bryozoan event" in the Middle Miocene of the central Paratethys (Czech Republik)
    Fish Otoliths from the Middle MIocene of Kienberg at Mikulov, Czech Republic, Vienna Basin: their paleoenvironmental and paleogeographic significance
    Foraminifera and calcareous nannoplankton from the 'Rzehakia (Oncophora) Beds' in the Central Paratethys
    Foraminiferal species diversity in the Central Paratethys - a reflection of global or local events
    Gobius brevis (Agassiz, 1839), a gobiid fish with otoliths in situ (Pisces, Teleostei) in the Karpatian (Lower Miocene) of the Vienna Basin
    Lower Badenian fish otoliths of the Styrian and Lavanttal basins, with a revision of Weinfurter´s type material
    Miocene evolution of landscape and vegetation in the Central Paratethys.
    Morphometrical variability of Helicosphaera ampliaperta (calcareous nannoplankton) in the central Paratethys: biostratigraphic and paleogeographic applications
    Paleogeography of the Central Paratethys during the Karpatian and Badenian
    Paleogeography, paleoecology and eustacy: Miocene 3rd order cycles of relative sea-level changes in the Western Carpathians - North Pannonian basins.
    The red algal facies of the Lower Badenian limestones of the Carpathian Foredeep in Moravia (Czech Republic)
    Stomiiformes (Teleostei, Otolithen) aus dem Miozän der Karpatischen Vortiefe (Westkarpaten, Mähren) und der Zentralen Paratethys insgesamt