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Age, microfacies and depositional realm of the Grivska Formation is controversially discussed due to the fact of missing detailed investigations. Based on reinvestigations of the type locality of the Grivska Formation and in adjacent areas following results can be drawn: 1) the Grivska Formation is Late Triassic (Early Carnian to Rhaetian) in age according to conodont dating. 2) Sedimentological and microfacies studies evidenced that the Grivska Formation was deposited on the continental slope and transitional to the Neo-Tethys Ocean. ...
(Neo-Tethys, Continental slope, Late Triassic, Stratigraphy, Microfacies, Ophiolitic melange)

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Quaternary deposits on the banks of the Sava River in the Belgrade area have a significant thickness and they are represented by genetically different formations. The data about these sediments were obtained by exploration of two relatively shallow boreholes, RB 47/P-1 and RB 53/P-1, located on the left bank of the Sava River. Two genetic entities are distinguished: the lacustrine-palustrine deposits of Plio–Pleistocene age and alluvial deposits of Pleistocene and Holocene age. Deposits of the Plio–Pleistocene are clearly different, ...
(Quaternary, stratigraphy, boreholes, left bank of the Sava River)













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Belgrade area is a region of high paleobiodiversity, being ranked among the best known in Serbia. The prominent position among a number of Middle Miocene (Badenian) fossiliferous sites in the vicinity of Belgrade (southern Pannonian Basin, Central Paratethys) are occupied with sediments of Rakovica stream, also known as “Rakovica sands”. Here, the integrated evidence based on new fossil findings of calcareous nannoplankton, foraminifera and molluscs assemblages, allows the stratigraphic revision of the clastic facies of the Rakovica succession. Based ...
(Stratigraphy, Middle Miocene (Badenian), nannoplankton, foraminifera, molluscs, Rakovica stream (Belgrade).)