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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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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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(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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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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(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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knownfrom different metallogenic districts, e.g., Podrinje(Central Serbia and Bosnia & Herzegovina), Šumadija (Central Serbia), Rogozna (Central Serbia), StariTrg (Serbia-Kosovo province), Zletovo-Kratovo(FYR of Macedonia), Lavrion

Majdan, Boranja, Serbia – RADOSAVLJEVIĆ etal., 1982; Lece, Medveđa, Serbia – RADOSAVLJEVIĆ etal., 2012; Crnac and Kaludjer, Rogozna, Serbia – RADOSAVLJEVIĆ et al., 2015; Trepča, Stari Trg, Kosovo,Serbia – KOŁODZIEJCZYK et

in the Boranja ore field, Serbia(DANGIĆ et al., 1984, RADOSAVLJEVIĆ-MIHAJLOVIĆ etal., 2007), in the Golija ore field, Serbia (STAJEVIĆ &ZARIĆ, 1984) and in the Trepča, Stari Trg, Kosovo, Serbia (KOŁODZIEJCZYK et al., 2015


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presents a case study of the occurrence of nitrates at a karst spring called “Banja” near the city of Valjevo, Serbia. A ten-year (1991–2000) timeseries of the discharged volume of water was used in the study, as well as nitrate

2013. Statistical Evaluation of Nitrates inPrecipitation and Karst Spring flow: The Petnica Springin Western Serbia, TTEM - Technic Technologies Education Management, 8 (2): 896–903.RISTIĆ VAKANJAC, V. 2015. Forecasting Long-Term

Serbian karst – in Serbian],Proceedings of the 7th Symposium on Karst Conservation, May 21-22 2011, Bela Palanka, Serbia, 21–28. VESNA RISTIĆ VAKANJAC, MARINA ČOKORILO ILIĆ, PETAR PAPIĆ, DUŠAN POLOMČIĆ & RADISAV GOLUBOVIĆ80РезимеПримена


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Institute, Jaroslava Černog 80, 11226 Belgrade, Serbia. E-mail: milan.dimkic@jcerni.co.rs2 Academy of Engineering Sciences of Serbia, Kraljice Marije 16/218a, 11000 Belgrade, Serbia. E-mail: milenko.pusic@jcerni.co.rsDOI: 10.

DIMKIĆ & MILENKO N. PUŠIĆ42ment of the Republic of Serbia. Several parts of this paperwere presented at the IWA Specialist GroundwaterConference, 09-11 June 2016, Belgrade, Serbia (DIMKIĆ &PUŠIĆ, 2016; PUŠIĆ & DIMKIĆ, 2016).R

the paper. The considered well, RB-16, is part of a groundwater source that provides water supply toBelgrade (Serbia). The source relies on the alluvial aquifer of the Sava River. The groundwater is mildly anoxic (Eh ~ 125 mV