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(conodonts, correlation, Devonian, Serbia, Siberia)
subdivisions of southern Siberiaand eastern Serbia can serve as an example of such correlation (RODYGIN 2014).MethodsTen years ago during geological excursions in eastern Serbia the author could see that the geology of thisarea

es were established for the Devonian beds ofEastern Serbia. Conodonts have high correlation potential, whereby the opportunity to compare the Devonian of Eastern Serbia with many regions aroundthe world, in particular, with

of Eastern Serbia, Yugoslavia, VI). Geološki anali Balkanskogapoluostrva, 57/1: 139–158.KRSTIĆ, B. & SUDAR, M. 1994. Paleozojski konodonti istocne Srbije, Jugoslavija, VII. (Paleozoic conodonts ofEastern Serbia, Yugoslavia


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Belgrade, Serbia. E-mail:slobodan.radosavljevic@vkmineral.rs2 Applied Mineralogy Unit, Institute for Technology of Nuclear and Other Mineral Raw Materials, Franchet d’Esperey86, p.o. box 390, 11000 Belgrade, Serbia. E-mail:

belongsto the Serbo-Macedonian Metallogenic Province(SMMP) and includes several smaller orefields: Boranja (Serbia), Cer (Serbia), and Srebrenica (Bosnia andHerzegovina) (VANĐEL 1978; JANKOVIĆ 1990). The Boranja orefield (BOF) covers

metallogenic map of the BOF (modified according to Basic Geological Map of Serbia,1:100,000). Upper left corner shows exact location of BOF within Serbia (MONTHEL et al. 2002).zonal arrangement of several metallic mineral as


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(radioactivity, activity concentration, 40K groundwater, Serbia)
y of Groundwater in the Republic of Serbia, Ministryof Natural resources, Mining and Spatial Planning, 35pp. Belgrade (in Serbian).PROTIĆ, D. 1995. Mineral and thermal waters of Serbia.270 pp. Spatial Edition of Geoinstitute

238U and Th232 and gross alpha andbeta activities were analyzed in more than 100 samples of groundwater in Serbia. The highest gross alpha activity was recorded at 1.33 Bq/L (average 0.12 Bq/L), while the highest beta activity

University of Belgrade, Faculty of Mining and Geology, Department of Hydrogeology, Djušina 7, 11000 Belgrade,Serbia. E-mail: marinacuk@gmail.comDOI: 10.2298/GABP1374063Ccles, helium cores or ions comprised of two protonsand


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(flotation tailings dump, alluvium, groundwater pollutuon, Serbia)
is one of the most important rivers insouthwest Serbia. In geological terms, a portion of itscatchment area, from Donja Rudnica (or from theadministrative border between Serbia and Kosovo) tothe downstream location of Biljanovac

the Ibar alluvium near Raška (Serbia)BRANKO MILADINOVIĆ1, PETAR PAPIĆ2 & MARINA MANDIĆ3Abstract. As a result of the operation of an ore flotation facility at Donja Rudnica near Raška, Serbia, during the period from 1972 to

Serbian Geological Institute, Rovinjska 12, Belgrade, Serbia. E-mail: b.miladinovic@gis.co.rs2 Faculty of Mining and Geology, University of Belgrade, Đušina 7, Belgrade, Serbia. E-mail: ppapic@rgf.bg.ac.rs3 Institute of public


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Cavenear Knjaževac (Eastern Serbia)DRAGANA ĐURIĆ1, KATARINA BOGIĆEVIĆ2, DRAGANA PETROVIĆ3 & DRAŽENKO NENADIĆ2Abstract. The Late Pleistocene layers (2–4) of the Baranica Cave near Knjaževac (Eastern Serbia) containrich and diverse

History Museum, Njegoševa 51, 11000 Belgrade, Serbia. E-mail: dragana.djuric@nhmbeo.rs2 University of Belgrade – Faculty of Mining and Geology, Kamenička 6, 11000 Belgrade, Serbia. E-mails: katarina.bogicevic@rgf.bg.ac.rs,drazenko

anica cave system comprises three small caves(Baranica I, II and III), situated in the southeasternpart of Serbia, 4 km south of Knjaževac, near the stateborder with Bulgaria (Fig. 1). The archaeologicalexcavation of this


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(rare earth elements, hydrogeochemistry, bottled waters, Serbia)
1988). As part of the Central Balkan Peninsula, Serbia ismade up of very complex geological units. DIMITRIJEVIĆ (1994) defined geological structure of the territory of Serbia based on geotectonical units. In general, they

and Inner Dinarides. Asimplified geotectonic framework of Serbia is presented in Fig. 1. From an REE prospecting perspective, the researchconducted to date in Serbia (ARSENIJEVIĆ & DROMNJAK 1988) and references therein) suggests

minerals. 257-274. I Symposiumof geochemistry, Beograd.PETKOVIĆ, K. (ed.). 1987. Geology of Serbia, Review of minerals in Serbia. 141 pp. Institute of Regional Geologyand Paleontology, Faculty of Mining and Geology, University


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(magnesium, groundwater, distribution, Mg/Ca ratio, Serbia)
st of Eastern Serbia and water supply opportunities.245 pp. Faculty of Mining and Geology, Belgrade.Distribution of magnesium in groundwater of Serbia 89PROTIĆ, D. 1995. Mineral and thermal waters of Serbia.269 pp. Geoinstitute

the concentration of magnesium in drinking water at 50 mg/L (OFFICIAL GAZETTEOF THE SERBIA AND MONTENEGRO 53/2005).The geology of Serbia is highly complex and notconducive to generalized studies and assessments. Tofacilitate

253 locations across Serbia,including groundwater resources featuring low andhigh total dissolved solids (TDS) levels. The samplingnetwork was designed to evenly cover the entire territory of Serbia and address groundwater


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(geodiversity, geoheritage, geoparks, methodological guidelines, assessment, Serbia)
Cretaceous marine geosites from Serbia: Boljevac and Mokra Gora.Archive of the Bucharest University, 210 pp. + 4 annexes (unpublished doctoral thesis).MARAN, A. 2012a. Geoconservation in Serbia - State ofplay and perspectives

of Natural Resources, Mining and Spatial Planning of Serbia,Belgrade, 10 pp. (in Serbian).MARAN STEVANOVIĆ, A., 2014. Conservation of paleontological heritage in Serbia: from philosophy to practice. Bulletinof the Natural

ogical objects of geo-heritage in Serbia. Bulletin of theSerbian Geographic Society, 84 (1): 78–88 (in Serbianwith English summary).TOMIĆ, N. 2011. The Potential of Lazar Canyon (Serbia) asa geotourism destination: inventory


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(dimension stone, Vardar Zone, Tertiary granitoids, southern Serbia)
ground level.Central and Western Serbia. Geološki anali Balkanskogapoluostrva, 56 (1): 263–283.KUREŠEVIĆ, L. 2013a. Potentiality of Tertiary magmaticcomplexes of the Vardar Zone in Serbia from the aspectof dimension stone

korice - naslov.qxpIntroductionUntil 1990, Serbia had a stone production that covered almost all the domestic needs. Over the last 23years, it has turned into an importer of significantamounts of dimension stone (table 1)

KUREŠEVIĆ (2013a) comprised various types ofexploration methods of Tertiary magmatic complexesin the Vardar Zone of Serbia (Fig. 1) at the level ofreconnaissance survey. The Tertiary volcanic complexes of the Vardar zone have proved


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(factor analysis, hydrogeochemical processes, groundwater, factor loadings, Serbia)
process. Applying FA to a dataset that consists of 15 chemicalparameters measured on 40 groundwater samples from Serbia, four factors were extracted, which explain73.9% of total variance in the analyzed dataset. Interpretation

University of Belgrade, Faculty of Mining and Geology, Department of Hydrogeology, Djušina 7, 11000 Belgrade,Serbia. E-mail: janastojkovic@gmail.comDOI: 10.2298/GABP1374057SOne of the methods often applied in hydrogeochemistry

hydrogeochemical data comprised of 15 measured chemicalcomposition parameters of 40 groundwater samplescollected in Serbia. The concentrations (in mg/L) ofthe following elements were analyzed: calcium, magnesium, sodium, potassium


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(CO2, mineral waters, magmatism, geochemistry, neotectonic structures, Serbia)
korice - naslov.qxpIntroductionIn Serbia, most of the registered occurrences of carbonated mineral water (CMW) are found in the central part of southern Serbia. Several isolated occurrences have been registered away from

and HCO3– in several CMWs in Serbia, and also in carbonates and CO2 from liquid inclusions in several hydrothermal deposits around the world, it was concluded thatCO2 in the lithosphere of Serbia could originate from hydrothermal

tions in the lithosphere of Serbia, the CO2 might be the result of temperature-induced carbonate transformation below a depth of 3 km. Therefore, the conclusion of the study of CMWs in Serbia is that the formation of CMW


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(granodiorite, contact aureole, spotted schist, pinite-cordierite, central Serbia)
slate of the Brajkovac contact metamorphic aureole (Dudovica locality, central Serbia) 49Fig. 1. Geographic position of Dudovica locality in Serbia; A, Position of Paleozoic tectonic units within Vardar Zone suture(according

Hungarica,48 (2): 133–151.KARAMATA, S. & KRSTIĆ, B. 1996. Terranes of Serbia andneighboring areas. In: KNEŽEVIĆ, V., ĐORĐEVIĆ, P. &KRSTIĆ, B. (eds.), Terranes of Serbia. 25–40. Universityof Belgrade and Serbian Academy Science & Arts

slate of the Brajkovac contact metamorphic aureole (Dudovica locality, central Serbia) 53mations of Bukulja–Venčac crystalline (Vardar zone,Serbia). Geološki anali Balkanskoga poluostrva, 68:9–20.MIYASHIRO, A. 1994. Metamorphic


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Box 227, 11000Belgrade, Serbia. E-mail: natasa.gerzina@rgf.bg.ac.rs2 University of Belgrade - Faculty of Mining and Geology, Department of Palaeontology, Kamenička 6, P.O. Box 227, 11000Belgrade, Serbia. E-mail: nevenka.djeric@rgf

succession in Brežđe(Western Serbia). Geologia Croatica, 67 (3): 163–170.DJERIĆ, N., GERZINA, N. & SCHMID, M.S. 2007. Age of theJurassic radiolarian chert formation from the ZlatarMountain (SW Serbia). Ofioliti, 32 (2): 101–108

the Western Vardar Zone (Western Serbia). Geologica Carpathica, 60 (1), 35–41.DJERIĆ, N., GERZINA, N. & SIMIĆ, D. 2010. Middle Jurassicradiolarian assemblages from Zlatar Mt. (SW Serbia).Geološki anali Balkanskoga poluostrva


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(monitoring, groundwater, good status, EU Water Framework Directive, Serbia)
network in Serbia 57Fig. 8. Groundwater Vulnerability Map of Serbia (MILANOVIĆ et al. 2010).Despite the fact that groundwater level regimes aremonitored by more than 400 special-purpose piezometers in Serbia, nearly all

importance. FollowingWFD principles Serbia adopted new legislation in water sector aiming to conserve or achieve good ecological, chemical and quantitative status of water resources. Serbia, as most of the countries of former

policies with WFD requirements and objectives, Serbia enacted a series of laws and implementing legislation, including: the Water Law (Official Gazette of the Republic of Serbia 30/10), the Law onMeteorological and Hydrological


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(Middle Miocene, Badenian, marine transgression, Vrdnik Coal Basin, northern Serbia)
and Dynamic Geology, Kamenička6, 11000 Belgrade, Serbia. E-mails: ljupko.rundic@rgf.bg.ac.rs; slobodan.knezevic@rgf.bg.ac.rs2 Hidro-Geo Rad, Brankova 23, Belgrade, Serbia. E-mail: smrakijas@yahoo.comDOI: 10.2298/GABP1374

The FruškaGora of northern Serbia. Global and Planetary Change,103: 39–62.UTESCHER T., DJORDJEVIĆ-MILUTINOVIĆ , D., BRUCH , A.A.& MOSBRUGGER, V. 2007: Climate and vegetation changes in Serbia during the last 30Ma. Palae

qxpMiddle Miocene Badenian transgression: new evidences from theVrdnik Coal Basin (Fruška Gora Mt., northern Serbia)LJUPKO RUNDIĆ1, SLOBODAN KNEŽEVIĆ1 & MILOVAN RAKIJAŠ2Abstract. The latest field investigation of the Vrdnik


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(aikinite, bismuth, tetrahedrite, rutile, Variscan metallogeny, Gornjane Massive, east Serbia)
north-east Serbia. Bypresenting textural and mineral chemistry characteristics of the observed ore paragenesis we want to provide better understanding of the formation of W-Modominated mineralization in north–east Serbia. Wealso

Ag) mineralization of the Perin Potok locality near Bor, Serbia 43DIVLJAN, M. & MIĆIĆ, I. 1960. The results of studies of theGornjane granitic massif (east Serbia, Yougoslavia).Vesnik Zavoda za geološka i geofizička istraživanja

petrologicalstudy of granitoid rocks of eastern Serbia. 7th Congressof geologists of SFRJ, 2: 81–96 (in Serbian, Abstract inEnglish).JANKOVIĆ, S. 1990. Ore deposits of Serbia: regional metallogenic position, environments of


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(ceramic clay, deposits and clay types, Tamnava Basin, western Serbia)
BOX 390, 11000 Belgrade, Serbia. E-mail: j.stojanovic@itnms.ac.rs.2 Laboratory for Materials, Institute of Nuclear Sciences “Vinča”, University of Belgrade, P.O. Box 522, 11001 Belgrade,Serbia. E-mail: mihajlovic@vinca.rs

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 of

grey–white (ceramic and partially refractoryCeramic clays from the western part of the Tamnava Tertiary Basin,Serbia: deposits and clay typesSLOBODAN RADOSAVLJEVIĆ1, JOVICA STOJANOVIĆ1,ANA RADOSAVLJEVIĆ-MIHAJLOVIĆ2, NIKOLA VUKOVIĆ3


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(alluvial aquifers, water supply wells, mineral incrustations, bacteria, central Serbia)
Belgrade, Serbia. E-mail: brankica.majkic@jcerni.co.rs2 University of Belgrade, Faculty of Mining and Geology, Department of Mineralogy, Crystallography, Petrology andGeochemistry, Đušina 7, 11000 Belgrade, Serbia. E-mail:

crisis in Serbia in the1990s and a lack of funding. As the wells aged andfailed, the capacity of the entire source decreasedClogging of water supply wells in alluvial aquifers by mineral incrustations, central Serbia 79Fig.

ionAlluvial environments are collectors of groundwater,which is often used for the public water supply. In Serbia, around 70% of the water supply comes fromgroundwater of which over 50 % comes from alluvialaquifers (DIMKIĆ


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(tectonic activity, Pannonian basin, northwest Serbia, subsidence, basin inversion, eastern Srem, Quaternary)
the southern margin of the Pannonian basinin Serbia. EGU Special Publication, 277–295.MAROVIĆ, M., TOLJIĆ, M., RUNDIĆ, L. & MILIVOJEVIĆ, J.2007. Neoalpine Tectonics of Serbia. Serbian GeologicalSurvey, Belgrade, 87 pp.MARTINOVIĆ

Belgrade(Serbia). Bulletin of the Natural History Museum inBelgrade, 2: 63–83.NENADIĆ, D., BOGIĆEVIĆ, K., LAZAREVIĆ, Z. & MILIVOJEVIĆ, J. 2010. Lower and Middle Pleistocene sedimentsof Eastern Srem (northern Serbia), Paleo

southeastern Srem (north Serbia). Bulletin of the Natural History Museum in Belgrade, 4: 23–36.NENADIĆ, D. & GAUDENYI, T. 2013. Stratigraphical position ofPleistocene fluvial polycyclic deposits of Serbia. Neogeneand Quaternary


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(Lower Triassic, Olenekian, conodonts, ostracodes, pyrite framboid, Jadar Block, North-western Serbia)
Ljubljana, Slovenia. E-mails: tea.kolar@geo-zs.si;bogdan.jurkovsek@geo-zs.si4 Geological Survey of Serbia, Rovinjska 12, Serbia. E-mail: djdivna@gmail.com5 Faculty of Earth Sciences, China University of Geosciences (Wuhan),

Northwestern Serbia. Togetherwith the Upper Permian rocks and the Permian–Triassic boundary interval, they have been intensivelystudied especially because represent the only suchformations of this age in Serbia. Generally,

the Jadar Block,NW Serbia. It represents the continuation of theongoing geological study, started in 2005 year withmicropaleontological/sedimentological investigationsin P–T boundary interval of NW Serbia (SUDAR et al.2007