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(Middle Miocene, Badenian, marine transgression, Vrdnik Coal Basin, northern Serbia)
are no sedimentation breaks within the late Middle Miocene and thereis a complete Neogene succession. The studied boreholes showed subsurface featuresof Lower and Middle Miocene sediments, which wereunknown before (presen

early Middle Miocene.• There is a much larger subsurface distribution ofBadenian sediments than previously supposed. Generally, they belong to an elongated carbonate belt thatwas generated during the Middle Miocene Clima

rnAustria (Middle Miocene, Lower Badenian). GeologicaCarpathica, 55 (2): 207–215.ĆORIĆ, S., PAVELIĆ, D., RÖGL, F., MANDIC, O., VRABAC, S.,AVANIĆ, R., JERKOVIĆ, L. & VRANJKOVIĆ, A. 2009. Revised Middle Miocene datum for initiale


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marine Middle Miocene de- posits of the Serbian Neogene are still considered problematic. The facies distribution, stratigraphy, and tectonic structure of the Belgrade area which com prises early and middle Miocene sediments

Past, 11: 283-303.B aluk , W. 2003. Middle Miocene (Badenian) gas- tropods from Korytnica, Poland; part IV-Turridae. Acta Geologica Polonica, 53: 29-78.B aluk , W. 2006. Middle Miocene (Badenian) gas- tropods from Korytnica

paleobiodiversity, being ranked among the best knovvn in Serbia. The prominent position among a number of middle Miocene (Badenian) fossiliferous sites in the vicinity of Belgrade (southern Pannonian Basin, Centrale Paratethys]


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(Lower Middle Miocene, Badenian limestone, post-Badenian lateritic clays, paleomagnetism, Fruška Gora Mt.)
different Miocene units (undivided the Lower Miocene and Middle Miocene Badenian, predominantly). This is primarily thinking of the so-called Leitha limestone (Middle Miocene, Badenian), whichis an important component in cement

Miocene lacustrine deposits and volcanites (only in cross section andboreholes); 4, Middle Miocene (Badenian) reef limestone;5, 6, Middle Miocene (Badenian) sandy marl and sandyclay; 7, Pleistocene red beds – the Srem Formation;

rnAustria (Middle Miocene, Lower Badenian). GeologicaCarpathica, 55 (2): 207–215.ĆORIĆ, S., PAVELIĆ, D., RÖGL, F., MANDIC, O., VRABAC, S.,AVANIĆ, R., JERKOVIĆ, L. & VRANJKOVIĆ, A. 2009. Revised Middle Miocene datum for initial