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    Litho- and biostratigraphy of the Lower and Middle Miocene sediments of the Vienna basin (NE part) on the basis of calcareous nannoplankton and foraminifers
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    A.S. Andrejeva Grigorovič, Michal Kováč, Eva Halásová, Natália Hudáčková
Other titles
    13th Conference on Upper Tertiary, April 19-20, 2001 Proceedings (Variant.)
    Andrejeva-Grigorovič, Aida S.
    Halásová, Eva
    Hudáčková, Natália
    Kováč, Michal, 1952-
Source title - serial
    Scripta facultatis scientiarum naturalium Universitatis Masarykianae brunensis. Geology
    Vol. 30
    p. 27-40
    3 obr., 1 tab. fot.
    Obsahuje bibliografické odkazy
    Zkr. název ser.: Scr. Univ. Masaryk. brun., Geol.
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    geologie regionální
    karpatská neogenní předhlubeň
    korelace stratigrafická
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Abstract (in english)
   The calcareous nannoplankton and foraminifers have been studied in the lithostratigraphic formations of the Lower and Middle Miocene sediments of the Vienna Basin (Slovak part). Nannoplankton Zones NN 2 (Eggenburgian), NN3 (Ottnangian), NN4 (Karpatian), NN5 and NN6 (Badenian) have been identified. On the basis of the mentioned zones a correlation with the Paratethys, Mediterranean and with standard zonation is possible. The nannoplankton assemblage proved the transgressive marine Ottnangian in the Lužice Fm. (upper part). Based on the nannoplankton associations, the Badenian sediments of the Vienna Basin (Slovak part) could be divided only in two parts - the lower part (NN5) and the upper part (NN6). The NN5/NN6 boundary seems to be the most distinct correlation marker in the whole Central Paratethys and it can be identified in the continuous sections of the Vienna Basin.
   Nannoplankton preservation and occurrence in the studied area are strongly affected by the tectonic activity and by the deltaic system productions
    Česká geologická služba
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    ČGS (UNM)
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Entered date
    16. 1. 2009
Import date
    8. 8. 2012