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Kázmér, M., S. Kovács 1985: Permian--Paleogene paleogeography along the eastern part of the Insubric--Periadriatic Lineament system: evidence for continental escape of the Bakony-Drauzug Unit. -- Acta. Geol. Hung., 28, pp. 71

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The Lahóca and Recsk Deep ore complex was formed in relation with andesite volcanics and diorite porphyry intrusives of Paleogene age. The zone is long known for significant enrichment of Cu, Pb and Zn ores. The presence of gold was recorded in the early years of the Lahóca mine. Epithermal and mesothermal gold enrichments are both known in the ore complex. In the epithermal zone low and high sulfidation varieties were identified on the volcanic level of the complex. In the mesothermal zone, significant gold enrichment was indicated in the porphyry copper and skarn copper, zinc ore zones and Pb-Zn veins. In the high sulfidation and the mesothermal copper skarn ore types a moderate correlation between Au and Cu was recorded.

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89 102 Fodor, L. 1992: Late Paleogene tectonics and sedimentation in the Buda and Gerecse hills - detailed studies as a base for a reworking model of the entire Bakony Unit

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. Kázmér, M., I. Dunkl 1997: Moving Miocene Moesia or what formed the S-shape of the Carpathians? - Abstracts PANCARDI Workshop, pp. 1080, Krakow-Zakopane. Kázmé, M., S. Kovács 1985: Permian-Paleogene paleogeography

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Oszczypko, N., 1992: Late Cretaceous through Paleogene evolution of Magura Basin. - Geol. Carpath., 43/6, pp. 333 - 338 . Late Cretaceous through Paleogene evolution of Magura Basin. - Geol. Carpath

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Acta Geologica Hungarica
Authors: Tamás Mikes, István Dunkl, Wolfgang Frisch, and Hilmar von Eynatten

873 882 Benić, J. 1991: The age of the Istria flysch deposits based on calcareous nannofossils. - In: Introduction to the Paleogene SW Slovenia and Istria Field-Trip Guidebook

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) the Hungarian Paleogene Basin; and (4) the Danube Basin (Little Plain), as seen in Fig.  3 . Fig. 3 Hydrocarbon-generating sedimentary basins and the studied crude oil accumulation areas (red patches: oil and gas

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z bazálnych zlepencov zo öiröieho okolia äafürikova na juunom Slovensku. - Geol. Práce, Zoöit 51, Geol. ást. D. ätára, pp. 143-198. Vass D., 1995: The origin and disappearance of Hungarian Paleogene Basins and short

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. Petrol. 92 194 206 Jelaska, V., 1978: Stratigraphy and sedimentology of Senonian-Paleogene flysch of Mt

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Kodak LR-115 type II solid state nuclear track detectors (SSNTD) have been used for determining uranium contents in different phosphatic sedimentary rock samples. These samples belong to different stratigraphic layers from the upper Cretaceous to Paleogene in the Marrakech neighboring High Atlas north flank area. Interesting information has been obtained on the sedimentological conditions of uranium concentration in the geological sites.

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