Alluvial loess (infusion loess) on the Great Hungarian Plain - its lithological, pedological, stratigraphical and paleomagnetic analysis in the Hodmezovasarhely brickyard exposures.

P. Márton, M. Pecsi, E. Szebenyi, M. Wagner

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Discussion whether 'infusion loess' originates from eolian dust or alluvial silt. Describes the lithology, mollusca and paleomagnetism of this exposure, and concludes that most of the infusion loesses are alluvial and of Holocene age, but in this particular case the most probable date is 18-20 000 BP. -K.Clayton

Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationINQUA, IGCP, Magnetostratigraphy P.128. Guide-book for conference and field-workshop on the stratigraphy of loess and alluvial deposits, Budapest-Szeged, August 1979
EditorsM. Pecsi
PublisherHungarian Academy of Sciences, Geographical Research Institute
Pages83-107
Number of pages25
Publication statusPublished - 1979

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paleomagnetism
loess
silt
lithology
Holocene
plain
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Márton, P., Pecsi, M., Szebenyi, E., & Wagner, M. (1979). Alluvial loess (infusion loess) on the Great Hungarian Plain - its lithological, pedological, stratigraphical and paleomagnetic analysis in the Hodmezovasarhely brickyard exposures. In M. Pecsi (Ed.), INQUA, IGCP, Magnetostratigraphy P.128. Guide-book for conference and field-workshop on the stratigraphy of loess and alluvial deposits, Budapest-Szeged, August 1979 (pp. 83-107). Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Geographical Research Institute.

Alluvial loess (infusion loess) on the Great Hungarian Plain - its lithological, pedological, stratigraphical and paleomagnetic analysis in the Hodmezovasarhely brickyard exposures. / Márton, P.; Pecsi, M.; Szebenyi, E.; Wagner, M.

INQUA, IGCP, Magnetostratigraphy P.128. Guide-book for conference and field-workshop on the stratigraphy of loess and alluvial deposits, Budapest-Szeged, August 1979. ed. / M. Pecsi. Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Geographical Research Institute, 1979. p. 83-107.

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Márton, P, Pecsi, M, Szebenyi, E & Wagner, M 1979, Alluvial loess (infusion loess) on the Great Hungarian Plain - its lithological, pedological, stratigraphical and paleomagnetic analysis in the Hodmezovasarhely brickyard exposures. in M Pecsi (ed.), INQUA, IGCP, Magnetostratigraphy P.128. Guide-book for conference and field-workshop on the stratigraphy of loess and alluvial deposits, Budapest-Szeged, August 1979. Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Geographical Research Institute, pp. 83-107.
Márton P, Pecsi M, Szebenyi E, Wagner M. Alluvial loess (infusion loess) on the Great Hungarian Plain - its lithological, pedological, stratigraphical and paleomagnetic analysis in the Hodmezovasarhely brickyard exposures. In Pecsi M, editor, INQUA, IGCP, Magnetostratigraphy P.128. Guide-book for conference and field-workshop on the stratigraphy of loess and alluvial deposits, Budapest-Szeged, August 1979. Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Geographical Research Institute. 1979. p. 83-107
Márton, P. ; Pecsi, M. ; Szebenyi, E. ; Wagner, M. / Alluvial loess (infusion loess) on the Great Hungarian Plain - its lithological, pedological, stratigraphical and paleomagnetic analysis in the Hodmezovasarhely brickyard exposures. INQUA, IGCP, Magnetostratigraphy P.128. Guide-book for conference and field-workshop on the stratigraphy of loess and alluvial deposits, Budapest-Szeged, August 1979. editor / M. Pecsi. Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Geographical Research Institute, 1979. pp. 83-107
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