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(Budaörs Dolomite Formation), Carnian–Norian platform dolomite and limestone (Dachstein Limestone Formation), and cherty basinal limestone (e.g., Mátyáshegy Formation) represent the Mesozoic sequence. The limestone and dolomite bodies in the Buda Mountains

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. 2006a ). In 2005 trackways of medium to large-sized sauropod dinosaurs were discovered in the central part of the ADCP, on Hvar Island at Žukova Cove, Dalmatia ( Mezga et al. 2006b ), in an upper Turonian – lower Coniacian limestone series. These

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. Bugini–Folli 2014 Bugini , Roberto – Folli , Luisa : The use of „Aurisina limestone” in the roman architecture (Milan and Lombardy). VIII. Congresso Nazionale di Archeometria Scienze e Beni Culturali

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of a limestone olistolith of a possible Zengővárkony origin and gave as its age as the Lower Valanginian Thurmanniceras pertransiens Zone ( Bujtor 2011 , 2013a ). Bujtor ( 2012a ) also reported previously unknown ichnospecies from the Bolondút

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The activity concentrations of 40K, 232Th, and 238U in the characteristic rocks of the Modane-Aussois region (Western Alps, France) were determined using an HPGe gamma-ray spectrometry system. The activity concentrations of 40K varied from 18 Bqkg−1 (limestone dolomite) to 392 Bqkg−1 (calcschist), while those of 232Th varied from 0.7 Bqkg−1 (limestone dolomite) to 18 Bqkg−1 (calcschist). The activities associated with 238U ranged from 9 (quartzite) to 29 Bqkg−1 (dolomite). In the investigated rock samples, concentrations of 238U (ppm) and 40K (%) had a strong negative correlation.

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.” On page 32, in Fig. 2, the name “Cave Sediment” should read “Cave Limestone.” On page 56, in lines 40 and 51, and on page 58, in line 50 in References section, the name “Geological and Institute of Hungary” should read “Geological Institute of

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. Heinrich , R. Holzer , M. Laho , J. Rabeder , C. Uhlir , M. Unterwurzacher 2014 : Engineering geological properties of Leitha Limestone from historical quarries in Burgenland and Styria, Austria . – Engineering Geology , 176 , pp. 66

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Central European Geology
Authors: Máté Zsigmond Leskó, Richárd Zoltán Papp, Boglárka Anna Topa, Ferenc Kristály, Tamás Vigh, and Norbert Zajzon

limestones and hard grounds were deposited. Hierlatz Limestone (brachiopodal–crinoidal limestone) accumulated at the bottom of the slope around the heights. In the deeper basin, deep-sea sediments were formed: Ammonitico Rosso-type limestone, cherty

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The Euganean Geothermal Field (EGF) is the most important thermal field in northern Italy. It is located in the alluvial plain of the Veneto Region where approximately 17*106 m3 of thermal water with temperatures of 60–86 °C are exploited annually. A regional-scale conceptual model of the Euganean Geothermal System is proposed in this paper using the available hydrogeologic, geochemical and structural data for both the EGF and central Veneto. The thermal water is of meteoric origin and infiltrates approximately 80 km to the north of the EGF in the Veneto Prealps. The water flows to the south in a Mesozoic limestone and dolomite reservoir reaching a depth of approximately 3,000 m and a temperature of approximately 100 °C due to the normal geothermal gradient. The regional Schio-Vicenza fault system and its highly permeable damage zone act as a preferential path for fluid migration in the subsurface. In the EGF area, a geologic structure formed by the interaction of different segments of the fault system increases the local fracturing and the permeability favoring the upwelling of the thermal waters. Numerical simulations are performed to validate the proposed conceptual model using a finite difference code that simulates thermal energy transport in hydrothermal systems. A specific configuration of thermal conductivity and permeability for the formations involved in the thermal system is obtained after calibration of these parameters. This set of parameters is verified in a long-term simulation (55,100 years) obtaining a 60–70 °C plume in the EGF area. The modeled temperatures approach the measured temperatures of 60–86 °C, demonstrating that this conceptual model can be realistically simulated.

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. Doerfliger 1997 : An inexpensive flow-through field fluorometer . — In: Jeannin , P.Y. (Ed.): 6th Conference on Limestone Hydrology and Fissured Media. Proc. 12th Intern. Symp. , pp. 47 – 50

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