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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Abstract

This type of loess is believed to represent the remnants of broad, and very shallow, alluvial fans, and in the particular exposure studied is dated by radiocarbon at 18-24 000 yr BP.-Keith Clayton.

Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationStudies on loess
EditorsM. Pecsi
PublisherActa Geological Academiae Scientiarum Hungaricae 22 (1979); Akademiai Kiado, Budapest
Pages539-555
Number of pages17
Publication statusPublished - 1980

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Márton, P., Pecsi, M., Szebenyi, E., & Wagner, M. (1980). 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.), Studies on loess (pp. 539-555). Acta Geological Academiae Scientiarum Hungaricae 22 (1979); Akademiai Kiado, Budapest.

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.

Studies on loess. ed. / M. Pecsi. Acta Geological Academiae Scientiarum Hungaricae 22 (1979); Akademiai Kiado, Budapest, 1980. p. 539-555.

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Márton, P, Pecsi, M, Szebenyi, E & Wagner, M 1980, 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.), Studies on loess. Acta Geological Academiae Scientiarum Hungaricae 22 (1979); Akademiai Kiado, Budapest, pp. 539-555.
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, Studies on loess. Acta Geological Academiae Scientiarum Hungaricae 22 (1979); Akademiai Kiado, Budapest. 1980. p. 539-555
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. Studies on loess. editor / M. Pecsi. Acta Geological Academiae Scientiarum Hungaricae 22 (1979); Akademiai Kiado, Budapest, 1980. pp. 539-555
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