application/pdf thumbnail
(middle Jurassic, radiolarians, Internal Dinarides, Komarani Village, SW Serbia)
the Korab Unit of Albania or the PelagonianMassif of Greece, part of the Internal Dinarides); 4, Jadar and Kopaonik blocks (partof the Internal Dinarides); 5, Dinaridic and Western Vardar ophiolites (parallelizedwith the Mirdita

radiolarites are of Late Bajocian to Early Callovian age. Key words: Middle Jurassic, radiolarians, Internal Dinarides, Komarani Village, SW Serbia.Апстракт: На локалитету Комарани, на источним падинама планине Златар (ЈЗ

Mirdita ophiolites of Albania, obducted onto the internal Dinarides inJurassic times); 6, Sava Belt (Paleogene suture zone); 7, Eastern Vardar Ophiolites;8, “European” units (Tisza-Dacia and Carpatho-Balkan).Section description

application/pdf thumbnail
out so-far in the Internal Dinarides ofSerbia reveal the following age clusters: Middle toLate Triassic, Middle Jurassic and Late Cretaceous.Early Jurassic ages have not been proven in the Internal Dinarides in Serbia, while

Triassic and Jurassic radiolarians occur inchert blocks embedded in mélange of Late Jurassicage in the Internal Dinarides (e.g. OBRADOVIĆ et al.1987/88; GORIČAN et al. 1999; VISHNEVSKAYA et al.2009; OZSVÁRT & KOVÁCS 2012; GAWLICK

implicationsNATAŠA GERZINA1 & NEVENKA DJERIĆ2Abstract. Cherts are quite frequently occurring rocks in the Internal Dinarides, an extremely complex areacomposed of several tectonostratigraphic units in which oceanic sediments,