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(ceramic clay, deposits and clay types, Tamnava Basin, western Serbia)
ic clay deposits, situated in Mio–Pliocene sediments of the western part of the Tamnava TertiaryBasin (western Serbia), were discovered in the middleof the last century. Most parts of these deposits are located in the areas

cal, physical, chemical and technological investigations in theTamnava Tertiary Basin near Šabac town (western Serbia), deposits of ceramic clays were studied. Theseceramic clays are composed of kaolin–illite with a variable



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(struganik limestone, western Serbia, petrology, physico-mechanical properties, correlation, rock quality)
korice - naslov.qxpPetrophysical and mechanical properties of the Struganik limestone(Vardar Zone, western Serbia)VIOLETA GAJIĆ1, VESNA MATOVIĆ1,NEBOJŠA VASIĆ1 & DANICA SREĆKOVIĆ-BATOĆANIN1Abstract. The Struganik limestone

decorative stone,but with a limiting factor regarding abrasive resistance.Key words: Struganik limestone, western Serbia, petrology, physico-mechanical properties, correlation,rock quality.Апстракт. Интересовање и примена с

VESNA MATOVIĆ, NEBOJŠA VASIĆ & DANICA SREĆKOVIĆ-BATOĆANIN88Fig. 1. Location of the Struganik limestone in western Serbia, central part of the VardarZone. Right: Terranes of the central part of the Balkan Peninsula (According


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(parasequences, Kotroman, Formation, palaeontology, sedimentology, Albian-Cenomanian, Mokra Gora, western Serbia)
Cretaceous of western Serbia. Geološkianali Balkanskoga poluostrva, 68: 71–81.BANJAC, N., JOVANOVIĆ, D., DULIĆ, I. & LJUBOVIĆ-OBRADOVIĆ, D. 2008. The Albian–Cenomanian Kotroman Formation of Mokra Gora (western Serbia). Geološki

the Aptian andthe Albian, with a new transgressive cycle, land masses of Jurassic ophiolites (nowadays in western Serbia)were flooded with a shallow to moderately shallow sea.Although extensively eroded since, Cretaceous deposits

deposits that were formed during this transgressive cyclecould be found on numerous outcrops in western Serbia. The most extensive exposure among these outcropsis located in the vicinity of Mokra Gora and occupiesthe Beli Rzav




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(brahiopods, Cyclothyris ? globata, Terebratula sp. (gen. et sp. nov.), foraminifera, stratigraphy, Lowermost Campanian, Guča, Vardar Zone, western Serbia)
brachiopod limestones from Guča, western Serbia 75RAJKA RADOIČIĆ, VLADAN RADULOVIĆ, DRAGOMAN RABRENOVIĆ & BARBARA RADULOVIĆ76Fig. 2. Cyclothyris? globata (ARNAUD), Lowemost Campanian, Guča, western Serbia. 1 – RGF VR 62/4; 2 – RGF

from ovallyThe age of the brachiopod limestones from Guča, western Serbia 77Fig. 3. “Terebratula” sp. (gen et sp. nov.), Lowermost Campanian, Guča, western Serbia. 1 – RGF VR 65/9; 2 – RGF VR65/4; 3 – RGF VR 65/1. The letters

the Upper Cretaceoussuccession at the Dupljaj Stream, near Guča, in theBjelica Belt of the Vardar Zone (western Serbia) (Fig.1). The occurrences in ex-Yugoslavia of Cyclothyris?globata, which is common in several Coniacia