1 edition of Oligocene from the Transylvanian Basin, Romania found in the catalog.
Oligocene from the Transylvanian Basin, Romania
by University of Cluj-Napoca, Faculty of Biology-Geography-Geology, Geology-Mineralogy Department in Cluj-Napoca
Written in English
|Statement||[edited by I. Petrescu].|
|Series||Geological formations of Transylvania, Romania -- no. 2|
|Contributions||Petrescu, Iustinian., Universitatea din Cluj-Napoca. Catedra de Geologie-Mineralogie.|
|LC Classifications||QE693 .O55 1989|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||636 p.,  p. of plates :|
|Number of Pages||636|
In Romania, Pronephrium stiriacum occurs in the Oligocene deposits of the Transylvanian Basin at Coruș (Givulescu ), Jac (Petrescu , ), and Cornești (Petrescu et al. ); and in the Oligocene deposits of the Petroșani Basin (Givulescu ). Its occurrence in the Bozovici Basin is here reported for the first time for the. Danielsen, M., Michelsen, O., Clausen, O.R., Oligocene sequence stratigraphy and basin development in the Danish North Sea sector based on log interpretations. Kuiper, K., Stoica, M., Paleomagnetic and chronostratigraphic constraints on the evolution of the middle Miocene Transylvanian Basin (Romania) and their implications.
Biostratigraphy and paleoenvironments of the Late Oligocene in the north-western Transylvanian Basin revealed by the foraminifera assemblages. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology. . Palaeoenvironmental changes in the Transylvanian Basin during the Early Miocene revealed by the foraminifera assemblages. Geological Quarterly, 60 (1), DOI: /gq. SZÉKELY SF, FILIPESCU S, Biostratigraphy and paleoenvironments of the Late Oligocene in the north-western Transylvanian Basin revealed by the foraminifera.
Oligocene-Miocene sandstone suites from the Gibraltar and Calabria-Peloritani Arcs: provenance changes and paleogeographic implications; SORIN FILIPESCU, LORAND SILYE New Paratethyan biozones of planktonic foraminifera described from the Middle Miocene of the Transylvanian Basin (Romania) MICHAL KOVAC, LUBOMIR SLIVA, BOHUSLAVA SOPKOVA, JANA. The Transylvanian I Basin is a major sedimen- tary basin located in the southeastern part of the Carpathian system within the bend zone connecting *Corresponding author. Fax: t 20 ; E-mail: [email protected] 1 We use the term Transylvanian Basin in a very general manner.
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Eocene–Oligocene reefs have been reported in Europe largely from the circum‐Mediterranean region. In this paper, small coral reefs from the northwestern Transylvanian Basin (Romania) are described for the first time.
They developed near the Eocene–Oligocene boundary, most probably during the Priabonian, and belong to northernmost outposts Author: Jan J. Król, Bogusław Kołodziej, Ioan I. Bucur. The history of Middle to Late Miocene evolution of the Transylvanian Basin was determined by the bordering Carpathian orogen evolution, the tectonic events being well recorded by the Oligocene from the Transylvanian Basin history.
The basin evolved in a back-arc setting, under a regional, compressional stress by: Suggests a particular evolution of the Transylvanian Basin Abstract The paleoenvironmental evolution and biostratigraphy of the Oligocene Vima Formation from the north-western Transylvanian Basin (Maramureș county, Romania) is presented based on planktonic and benthic foraminiferal by: 6.
OCLC Number: Notes: Proceedings of a symposium held at the University of Cluj-Napoca, May"Geology-Mineralogy Department. Special issues"--Page .
Paleoecology and biostratigraphy of the Oligocene from the NW Transylvanian Basin (Romania) based on calcareous nannofossils. The Transylvanian basin in central Romania is a Neogene depression superimposed on the Cretaceous nappe system of the Carpathian Mountains.
The basin contains the main gas reserves of Romania, and is one of the most important gas-producing areas of continental Europe; sincegas has been produced from more than 60 fields. One of the sections displaying a continuous transition between the Sarmatian and Pannonian is Oarba de Mureș, located in the central part of Transylvanian basin, Romania.
There, the combined results of magnetostratigraphy and Oligocene from the Transylvanian Basin dating indicate that the Sarmatian-Pannonian boundary is situated at ± Ma (Vasiliev et al., The Transylvanian basin is a major sedimentary basin located in the eastern part of the European Alpine orogenic system.
It has a sedimentary fill more than 5 km (up to 8 km in some small areas) thick of Upper Cretaceous to upper Miocene deposits. It represents the main gas-producing province in Romania and central, eastern Europe.
The Oligocene from the Transylvanian Basin Romania. Univ. of Cluj–Napoca Geology–Mineralogy Department Special Issue Cluj–Napoca – Mészáros N. & Marosi M. The abundance of species Variamussium jallaxin in the inner Carpathian belt. Fish species based on otoliths in the Dîncu-Tämasa Beds (Early Oligocene, Kiscellian) from the Gilãu area in the Transylvanian Basin.
The layer 7 in Mera section is identical with the coal. Stoker crammed his book with descriptions of many real locations that can still be visited in present-day Romania.
The Bran castle is now a museum open to tourists, displaying art and furniture collected by Queen Marie and is widely famous as being Dracula’s castle however the real castle actually is the ruin of Poenari which is a small. Transylvanian Basin. The Transylvanian Basin is a biogenic gas province.
The biogenic gas is sourced from deep‐marine middle Miocene shales and is stored in multistory turbidite reservoirs in structural traps, frequently salt‐cored folds (Figure 2a‐b, 3).
Exploration started more than years ago, and about 30 TCF of gas has been produced. Structural evolution of the Transylvanian Basin (Romania): A sedimentary basin in the bend zone of the Carpathians Article (PDF Available) in Tectonophysics (2) May with Reads.
The Transylvanian Plateau (Romanian: Podişul Transilvaniei, Hungarian: Erdélyi-medence) is a plateau in central Romania. The plateau lies within and takes its name from the historical region of Transylvania, and is almost entirely surrounded by the Eastern, Southern and Romanian Western branches of the Carpathian area includes the Transylvanian Plain.
The Transylvanian Basin with its up to km-thick Upper Cretaceous to Pliocene fill is one of the most important sedimentary basins of southeastern Europe. Upper Cretaceous coarse-grained clastics lie unconformably on basement strongly tectonized during Early Cretaceous and older stages.
Upper Cretaceous sediments were mainly deposited along roughly N S-trending grabens and were. CiteSeerX - Document Details (Isaac Councill, Lee Giles, Pradeep Teregowda): The Transylvanian Basin with its up to kin-thick Upper Cretaceous to Pliocene fill is one of the most important sedimentary basins of southeastern Europe.
Upper Cretaceous coarse-grained clastics lie unconformably on basement strongly tectonized uring Early Cretaceous and older stages. The Laslau Mare field is located in the central part of the Transylvanian basin, 25 mi [40 km] northeast of Medias in Romania.
The field started producing in the s, and its total gas field production peaked in This period was followed by extensive decline untilwhen the Schlumberger field rehabilitation agreement with Romgaz began. the basin towards the end of the Miocene, and a signiﬁcantly lower amount of tectonic disturbance and related structural complications and unconformities (Sztanó et al., ; Horváth et al., ; Krézsek et al., ) in comparison with other parts of the Central Paratethys, make the Transylvanian Basin a favorable study location.
The. An Early Miocene biserial foraminiferal event in the Transylvanian Basin (Romania) Investigations of the Lower Miocene of the Transylvanian Basin reveal particularly high abundances (> 90 % of total foraminifera) of small sized biserial foraminifera (Bolivina/Streptochilus).This biotic event has not been noticed in the Transylvanian Basin so far probably owing to the facies misinterpretation.
), the Transylvanian Basin evolved as a sag basin during the Oligocene, while its Miocene sediments were deposited in a flexural basin (KRÉZSEK & BALLY, ). Initial marine flooding was followed by major shallowing during the early Miocene, as indicated by well data and regional interpretations (DICEA et al.
The Transylvanian Basin with its up to kin-thick Upper Cretaceous to Pliocene fill is one of the most important sedimentary basins of southeastern Europe. Upper Cretaceous coarse-grained clastics lie unconformably on basement strongly tectonized uring Early Cretaceous and older stages.In the Moldoviţa Basin, the Oligocene/Miocene boundary was remarked in the northern part of the OctoberCluj-Napoca.
Abstract book: Dicea, O. & Dicea, M. Stratigraphic correlations on from the Transylvanian Basin Romania. Univ. of Cluj Napoca, Cluj Napoca: of the collision of the Transylvanian block with the E-Eu ropean craton and the Moesian platform.
We identify at least six deformation phases in the Ter tiary: 1) N-S small-scale extension of Oligocene age affec ting dominantly the N part of the basin; 2) NW-SE compression of Late Oligocene .