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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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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