Sedimentological and geochemical analysis of Upper Pleistocene paleosols of the Hajdusag region, NE Hungary

G. Szoor, P. Sümegi, E. Balazs

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Abstract

On the Hajdusag region, Great Hungarian Plain, there are some shallow boreholes which disclose characteristic fossil soil zones in the Upper Pleistocene. Two chronofacies were distinguished by sedimentological and geochemical (DTA, DTG, TG, IR, X-ray, etc.) analyses and radiocarbon dating. The reddish brown steppe-like soil is an isochronous isotype, while the yellowish red steppean-sodic soil is its isochronous but heterotype equivalent for the "Mende Upper' Soil Complex (Hungary) and Stillfried B international stratigraphic horizons. It is considered the oldest known sodification process demonstrated for the area of the Carpathian Basin. -Authors

Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationQuaternary environment in Hungary
EditorsM. Pecsi, F. Schweitzer
PublisherAkademiai Kiado; Studies in Geography in Hungary, 26
Pages47-59
Number of pages13
Publication statusPublished - 1991

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Szoor, G., Sümegi, P., & Balazs, E. (1991). Sedimentological and geochemical analysis of Upper Pleistocene paleosols of the Hajdusag region, NE Hungary. In M. Pecsi, & F. Schweitzer (Eds.), Quaternary environment in Hungary (pp. 47-59). Akademiai Kiado; Studies in Geography in Hungary, 26.

Sedimentological and geochemical analysis of Upper Pleistocene paleosols of the Hajdusag region, NE Hungary. / Szoor, G.; Sümegi, P.; Balazs, E.

Quaternary environment in Hungary. ed. / M. Pecsi; F. Schweitzer. Akademiai Kiado; Studies in Geography in Hungary, 26, 1991. p. 47-59.

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Szoor, G, Sümegi, P & Balazs, E 1991, Sedimentological and geochemical analysis of Upper Pleistocene paleosols of the Hajdusag region, NE Hungary. in M Pecsi & F Schweitzer (eds), Quaternary environment in Hungary. Akademiai Kiado; Studies in Geography in Hungary, 26, pp. 47-59.
Szoor G, Sümegi P, Balazs E. Sedimentological and geochemical analysis of Upper Pleistocene paleosols of the Hajdusag region, NE Hungary. In Pecsi M, Schweitzer F, editors, Quaternary environment in Hungary. Akademiai Kiado; Studies in Geography in Hungary, 26. 1991. p. 47-59
Szoor, G. ; Sümegi, P. ; Balazs, E. / Sedimentological and geochemical analysis of Upper Pleistocene paleosols of the Hajdusag region, NE Hungary. Quaternary environment in Hungary. editor / M. Pecsi ; F. Schweitzer. Akademiai Kiado; Studies in Geography in Hungary, 26, 1991. pp. 47-59
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