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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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(east Serbia, west Bulgaria, morpho-tectonic structures, correlation, synonyms)
the presentpaper is to correlate the major morpho-tectonic unitsestablished in Serbia and in Bulgaria across the comTrans-border (east Serbia/west Bulgaria) correlationof the morpho-tectonic structuresPLATON TCHOUMATCHENCO1

11000Belgrade, Serbia. E-mails: rabrenovic@verat.net; malesevic.nesa@gmail.com3 Department of Palaeontology, Faculty of Mining and Geology, University of Belgrade, Kamenička 6, P. O. Box 162,11000 Belgrade, Serbia. E-maisl:

theTectonic Framework of the Carpatho-Balkanides ofeastern Serbia of ANDJELKOVIĆ (1996; fig. 2) wasemployed. Despite the fact that his sketch map coversonly eastern Serbia, we went beyond its regional valueand furthermore it has


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(struganik limestone, western Serbia, petrology, physico-mechanical properties, correlation, rock quality)
deposits with different lithology, age andquality are widespread in Serbia, making limestonethe most excavated stone for building purposes. In thewestern part of Serbia, particularly in the Mionicaarea (Fig. 1), there are more than

grateful tothe “GABP” Editor in Chief VLADAN RADULOVIĆ (Serbia)for his help. This work was supported by the Ministry ofEducation and Science of the Republic of Serbia, ProjectNo. 176019 and 176016.ReferencesANDRIANI, G.F.

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(Serbia, Western Vardar Zone, Dinarides, ophiolites, metamorphic sole, metabasic rocks, amphibole, PT conditions, correlation)
metamorphism aroundthe Ozren ultramafic massif, Serbia. In: KNEŽEVIĆ-DJORDJEVIĆ, V. & KRSTIĆ, B. (eds), Terranes of Serbia: Theformation of the geologic framework of Serbia and theadjacent regions. 253–258. Faculty of Mining

grateful to the “GABP”Editor in Chief VLADAN RADULOVIĆ (Serbia) for his editorial work. This work was supported by the Ministry ofEducation and Science of the Republic of Serbia, ProjectNo. 176019 and 176016.ReferencesAI, Y. 1994

from Bistrica, Southern Zlatibor,Serbia. Bulletin of the Geological Society of Greece,28(2): 93–103.POPEVIĆ, A., KARAMATA, S. & KORIKOVSKY, S.P. 1996b.The Ultramafic massif of Ozren, West Serbia – Study ofthe Emplacement Mechanism


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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