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(subgeothermal, groundwater, heat pump, energy efficiency, eastern Serbia)
University of Belgrade, Djusina 7, Belgrade, Serbia,E-mail: zstev@eunet.rs 2 Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, University of Belgrade, Kraljice Marije 16, Belgrade, Serbia.3 Faculty of Chemistry and Chemical Engineering

mostlyZORAN STEVANOVIĆ et al.134Fig. 2. Hydrogeological sketch map of eastern Serbia and main groundwater sources (based on Hydrogeological digital mapof Serbia, Stevanovic & Jemcov 1995).during the Tithonian, Valanginian, Hauterivian

EU countries is spent in buildings. In Serbia evenmore, almost 2/3 of the energy is utilized for domestic heating, which is quite logical given that more than50 % of buildings in Serbia were built before 1970.when application


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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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Hydrogeology,Djušina 7, 11000 Belgrade, Serbia. E-mail: zstev_2000@yahoo.co.ukAbstract. Hydrogeological survey of wider Majdanpek mining area in theCarpathian mountain arch of eastern Serbia, including open mine pits, tailingssites

the priorities.The project of the Ministry of Environmental Pro-tection of Serbia – “Operational Monitoring ofGroundwater of the Republic of Serbia”, which aimsto create new bases, expand the groundwater mon-itoring network

using the funds providedby the Ministry of Environmental Protection of Serbia andthe Ministry of Education, Science and Technology Devel-opment of Serbia through the Oi 176022 project, forwhich the authors express their gratitude


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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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(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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(middle Jurassic, radiolarians, Internal Dinarides, Komarani Village, SW Serbia)
investigated area is situated in western Serbia,in an extremely complex geotectonic setting (Fig. 1).There are two belts of ophiolitic mélange in the territory of western Serbia. Petrographic and geochemicaldifferences between

P.O. Box 227, 11000Belgrade, Serbia. E-mail: djeric.ne@sbb.rs2 Department of Geology, Faculty of Mining and Geology, University of Belgrade, Kamenička 6, P.O. Box 227, 11000Belgrade, Serbia. E-mail: nacy@open.telekom.rs3

formation from the ZlatarMountain (SW Serbia). Ofioliti, 32 (2): 101–108.DJERIĆ, N., VISHNEVSKAYA, V. & SCHMID, M.S. 2007b. Newdata on radiolarians from the Dinarides (Bosnia and Serbia). 8th Workshop on Alpine Geological Studies


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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