Evolution of the northern and western Dinarides: a tectonostratigraphic approach

Other literature type English OPEN
Tari, V. (2002)
  • References (72)
    72 references, page 1 of 8

    Aljinovic´, B.: On certain characteristics of the Mohorovic´ic´ discontinuity in the region of Yugoslavia, Acta Geologica, 55, 17/1-2, 13-20, Zagreb, 1987.

    Andelkovic´, M.: Geologija Jugoslavije - Tektonika, Rudarskigeolosˇki fakultet, 691p, Beograd, 1982.

    Armijo, R., Meyer, B., and King, G.: Seismotectonics of the Aegean Region. Proceedings: The Mediterranean Basin, Tertiary extension within the Alpine Orogen, An International Workshop, Chergy-Pontoise, France, 1996.

    Aubouin, J.: Des tectoniques supperpose´s et de leur signification par rapport aux mode´les ge´ophysiques: l'exemple des Dinarides; pale´otectonique, tarditectonique, neotectonique, Bull. Soc. Geol. France, 15, 428-460, Paris, 1974.

    Avigad, D., Garfunkel, Z., Jolivet, L., and White, S. H.: Backarc extension and denudation of Mediterranean eclogites. Proceedings: The Mediterranean Basin, Tertiary extension within the Alpine Orogen, An International Workshop, Chergy-Pontoise, France, 1996.

    Balen, D. and Pamic´, J.: Crystalline complex of Mt. Moslavacˇka Gora, in: Pamic´, J. and Tomljenovic´, B. (Eds.): PANCARDI 2000 Dubrovnik, Fieldtrip Guidebook, 44-48, Zagreb, 2000.

    Balla, Z.: Tertiary palaeomagnetic data for the Carpatho-Pannonian region in the light of Miocene rotation kinematics, Tectonophysics, 139, 68-79, 1987.

    Buser, S.: Development of the Dinaridic and the Julian carbonate Platforms and of the intermediate Slovenian Basin (NW Yugoslavia), Mem. Soc. Geol. It., 40, 313-320, 1987.

    Chanell. J. E. T., D'Argenio, B., and Horvath, F.: Adria, the African Promontory in Mesozoic Mediterranean Paleogeography, Earth Sci. Reviews, 15, 213-292, 1979.

    Csontos, L.: Tertiary evolution of the Intra-Carpathian area: a review, Acta Vul cano logica, 7, 2, 1-14, 1995.

  • Metrics
    No metrics available
Share - Bookmark