Fragmenta Minerologica et Palaeontologica

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Author(s): Vörös, A.
Title: Middle Eocene transgression and basin evolution in the Transdanubian Central Range, Hungary: sedimentological contributions
Year: 1989
Volume: 14
Pages: 63-72.

Abstract: The southwestern part of the Transdanubian Central Range was overflown by the sea in the earliest Lutetian; the predominant rock is foraminiferal limestone. In the northeastern part the transgression began only in the latest Lutetian; coal measures and terrigenous detrital sediments prevail, limestones are subordinate. The subsidence was slow and gradual in the southwest while relatively rapid in the northeast. Deep pull-apart basins probably did not develop before the Late Eocene.

Journal: Fragmenta Minerologica et Palaeontologica
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ISSN: 0367-2697
Publisher: Múzsák Közművelődési Kiadó, Budapest
Editor(s): Vörös, A. & Nemes, I.