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Hungary has favorable geothermal conditions. The paper discusses the thermal and hydrogeologic conditions of the Neogene groundwater reservoir below the Great Hungarian Plain. In the exploration of the reservoir one of the most problematic issues, is the interaction between gravity-driven and overpressured flow regimes, especially along conductive faults. A combination of structural geology supported by seismic interpretation, hydrogeochemistry, and hydraulic evaluations can help to delineate the two flow regimes and determine the origin of the water: meteoric (and thus rechargeable) or syn-sedimentary (and thus non-rechargeable) pore water. These results can be incorporated into basin-scale digital models of the Neogene reservoir. The models can be used to predict the response of the reservoir to the water production and injection, and can help to exploit more efficiently and sustainably the thermal waters of the Great Hungarian Plain reservoir.

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In this paper old historical maps and the sheets of the Habsburg Military Surveys are analyzed to distinguish different terrace levels in the Great Hungarian Plain (GHP), and particulary in the Körös/Criş river system. The GHP is located in the Pannonian Basin, in the eastern part of Hungary, which is a very flat area. Prior to the river regulations, its meandering rivers (eg. the Tisza and Körös Rivers) flooded the lower areas and created marshlands. The method of the integrated analysis of these different maps was the georeference; to geometric fit the sheets from different sources. While the First Military Survey shows the original extents of these areas the Second Survey displays the situation of the environment at the time of the flood control works in the second half of the 19th century, also with the planned cutoffs. The maps show not only the rivers, but the settlements as well. During this period, these villages and towns became bigger, so they needed more and more agricultural area. They cleared the forests and dried out the marshlands to have more ploughlands. These land types can also be separated easily in the survey sheets. Two study areas were selected to show the effectiveness of environmental reconstruction at some local engineering surveys and the Military Surveys, too. The extents of the different elevation terraces are mapped with striking accuracy.

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Two plant communities with dominance of the subterranean clover (Trifolium subterraneum L.) are described from the Great Hungarian Plain: Trifolietum subterranei Slavnić 1948 from Voivodina (Serbia) and Trifolio subterranei-Festucetum pseudovinae Penksza, Kapocsi et Engloner 1999 from the Körös-Maros region in Hungary. The paper deals with these communities. Comparison was done with stands of Achilleo setaceae-Festucetum pseudovinae Soó (1933) 1947 corr. Borhidi 1996 from Hortobágy, Eastern Hungary (Tiszántúl), Orosháza and Voivodina, too. Comparative cluster analyses based on A-D and K percentage values show that stands with subterranean clover in Hungary are similar to those of Voivodina. Therefore, Hungarian stands should be considered as those of the previously described association Trifolietum subterranei Slavnić 1948. The syntaxonomic position of this association is now changed by classifying it into the suballiance Trifolio-Ranunculenion pedati (Slavnić 1948) Purger and Borhidi suball. nova, which belongs to the alliance Festucion pseudovinae Soó 1933.

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Parkinson W.A. , Gyucha , A. , and Yerkes , R.W. (Eds.) ( 2021 ). Bikeri. Two Copper Age Villages on the Great Hungarian Plain , Vol. 46 . Monumenta Archeologica, The Cotsen Institute of Archeology Press at UCLA , Los Angeles , 422 pp

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Hungarian Plain (Case study about the risk of sewage thermal water seepage on soil medium). Carpathian Journal of Earth and Environmental Sciences. 6. (1) 229–240. Balog K., Farsang A. & Czinkota I., 2011b. A használt hévíz

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The Dorozsma Complex (DC) is defined and its main lithologies are described. The complex makes up the bulk of the Algyõ basement high, representing an outlier of a Cretaceous nappe system in the southernmost part of the Tisza Mega-unit (Great Hungarian Plain). The DC exhibits a polymetamorphic history characterized by a Permian, low-pressure amphibolite facies metamorphism, overprinted by a pressure-dominated eo-Alpine, amphibolite facies metamorphism, accompanied by penetrative mylonitization. "Carboniferous breccias" described by earlier authors and covering the metamorphic rocks sporadically are redefined as tectonized, mostly cataclastic rocks. The uppermost unit of the basement below the Neogene sediments is a nappe composed of Triassic clastic and carbonate sediments. Petrographic similarities of the DC with several units of the Koralpe-Wölz nappe system in the Eastern Alps indicate that both units were formed within a continuous belt in the Cretaceous.

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Julia , Giblin : Isotope Analysis on the Great Hungarian Plain. An Exploration of Mobility and Subsistence Strategies from the Neolithic to the Copper Age. Archeolingua Series Maior Volume 40. (Eds: Erzsébet Jerem and Wolfgang Meid), Prehistoric

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chronological relations of the Tisza region during the Middle and the Late Neolithic, as reflected by the excavations at Öcsöd-Kováshalom. BÁMÉ 13, 103–125. Raczky, P. 1992 The Neolithic of the Great Hungarian Plain and the Vinča

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képzõdményei MÁFI Budapest (Formations older than Mezozoic of the Southern Great Hungarian Plain). M. Takahashi H

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Methodological and interpretational problems in the dating of 6–7th centuries AD on the Great Hungarian Plain•

Comments to Sándor Gulyás, Csilla Balogh, Antónia Marcsik and Pál Sümegi: Simple calibration versus Bayesian modeling of archeostatigraphically controlled 14 C ages in an early Avar age cemetery from SE Hungary: results, advantages, pitfalls

A Kr. u. 6–7. századkeltezésének módszertani és értelmezési problémái az Alföldön•

Megjegyzések Sándor Gulyás–Csilla Balogh–Antónia Marcsik–Pál Sümegi: Simple calibration versus Bayesian modeling of archeostatigraphically controlled 14 C ages in an early Avar age cemetery from SE Hungary: results, advantages, pitfalls című tanulmányához
Archaeologiai Értesítő
Authors:
Zsuzsanna Siklósi
and
Gábor Lőrinczy

A Makó-Mikócsa-halom kora avar kori temető keltezéséről írt tanulmányukban Gulyás et al. 2018 alapvetően tévesen alkalmazzák a radiokarbon dátumok Bayes-féle modellezését. Vitacikkünkben a módszertani tévedések mellett az általuk használt terminológiai hibákat is tárgyaljuk.

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