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(stratigraphy, Sarmatian, Plio-Pleistocene, Quaternary, Vinča archaeological site)
studied area except for a narrow stripalong the Danube River is covered by Quaternary deposits. Stratigraphically, theyare belonging to both Quaternary epochs: the Pleistoceneand Holocene. Although theage of the newly disco

incorrectly shown on geological maps as alluvial fans. Key words: Stratigraphy, Sarmatian, Plio-Pleistocene, Quaternary, Vinča archaeological site.Абстракт. Винча, светски познати археолошки локалитет неолитске културе, угрожен

Danube. The geological structure of the involved terrain consists of Middle Miocene Sarmatian sediments and Quaternary deposits (see the first geological map of this area – LASKAREV et al. (1932). A few decades later, a sim

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(subsurface geology, blocks subsidence, Upper Cretaceous, Miocene, Quaternary, Belgrade)
itcould be concluded that the Pre-Quaternary units cascade subsided along sub-parallel faults towards N–NW.Key words: Subsurface geology, blocks subsidence, Upper Cretaceous, Miocene, Quaternary, Belgrade.Апстракт. Највећи мост

Ada Ciganlija, the Upper CretaceousPalaeogene flysch strata were found below several different Miocene and Quaternary units. In the deepestborehole DB-6, the flysch deposits were found at a depth of 80 meters. On the left bank

the geological evolution of Belgrade city areaand geodynamic processes that occurred during theNeogene and Quaternary on the border between tworealms: the Pannonian Plain and the Balkan Peninsula.Material and methodsSamples

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Belgradearea, the thickness of Quaternary sediments is about30 m. The surface layers are mostly made up of Holocene alluvial sediments. Information on the older sediments of both Quaternary and Neogene age cannot beobtained

characteristics of Quaternary deposits on the left bankof the Sava River near BelgradeSLOBODAN KNEŽEVIĆ1, DRAŽENKO NENADIĆ1, BARBARA RADULOVIĆ2, KATARINA BOGIĆEVIĆ2 & JELENA ZARIĆ3Abstract. Quaternary deposits on the banks

sediments, in this case of the Neogeneage. The new data set for Quaternary deposits on theSava banks reported in this paper improves our understanding of the Quaternary stratigraphy and paleogeography in Central and Southeastern

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(tectonic activity, Pannonian basin, northwest Serbia, subsidence, basin inversion, eastern Srem, Quaternary)
depositional evolution during the Neogene and the Quaternary has been controlled by tectonic processes. Mioceneextensional subsidence was followed by the Pliocene-Quaternary inversion of the basin. The latter wasaccomplished

inversion can be recognized in genetic features of Quaternary sediments and geomorphologicalcharacteristics of the relief. Sources of data used for the interpretation of the Quaternary tectonic activity inthe area of eastern Srem

by Plio-Quaternary terrestrial sediments. Differential vertical motions ofblock structures led to intensification of erosional processes and final modelling of an asymmetrical horststructure surrounded by Quaternary deposits