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(east Serbia, west Bulgaria, morpho-tectonic structures, correlation, synonyms)
er is to correlate the major morpho-tectonic unitsestablished in Serbia and in Bulgaria across the comTrans-border (east Serbia/west Bulgaria) correlationof the morpho-tectonic structuresPLATON TCHOUMATCHENCO1, DRAGOMAN

Planina–Poreč Unit (B1) of theTrans-border (east Serbia/west Bulgaria) correlation of the morpho-tectonic structures 23Fig. 1. Trans-border (east Serbia/west Bulgaria) correlationsof the morpho-tectonic units. 1, Moesian Platform;

Structureand Alpine evolution of Bulgaria. Geologica Balcanica,32 (2–4): 9–15.DABOVSKI, H. & ZAGORCHEV, I. 2009. Alpine subdivision ofBulgaria. In: ZAGORCHEV et al. (eds.), Geology of Bulgaria. Volume 2, part 5: Mesozoic geology

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of eastern Serbia and western Bulgaria enterthe following large palaeogeographic units (TCHOUMATCHENCO et al. 2006a, 2008) (from west to east): theGetic (Dragoman Jurassic Pale horst in Bulgaria andKarpatikum in Serbia), divided

r (north-east Serbia/north-west Bulgaria) correlations of the Jurassic lithostratigraphic units 7Fig. 3. Temporal-facial connections of the Jurassic lithostratigraphic units in NW Bulgaria (modified after TCHOUMATCHENCO 1978;

Pre-Balkan and in West Bulgaria. Insome localities, it represent an erosional surfacebetween the Polaten Formation and the cover of theGintsi Formation (Staro selo, region of Pernik, western Bulgaria (TCHOUMATCHENCO et al