A Hay-tanya melletti feltaras retegsoranak szedimentologiai es sztratigrafiai elemzese

Translated title of the contribution: Sedimentological and stratigraphical examination of the profile at the Hay-tanya excavation

E. Hertelendi, J. Loki, P. Sümegi

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Abstract

At the end of Wurm, the river Zagyva played an important role in the surface development of the neighbourhood of the excavation. The thin layer with fossil malacological record was deposited along the river bed between 11 000 and 12 000 BP. The profile with mollusc shells was topped by alluvial sand in the Allerod (11 800-10 800 BP), containing silt-clay stripes with fine sand (thickness 1-2 cm). By the end of the Allerod, fluviatile upbanking had terminated. Climate in the early Dryas (10 800-10 200 BP) turned dryer, thus powerful wind could attack the surface of the Zagyva alluvial fan. -from English summary

Original languageHungarian
Title of host publicationActa Geographica Debrecina
Pages65-75
Number of pages11
Volume30-31
Publication statusPublished - 1991

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hay
excavation
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river bed
alluvial fan
fossil record
mollusc
silt
shell
clay
climate
river

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  • Earth and Planetary Sciences(all)
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Hertelendi, E., Loki, J., & Sümegi, P. (1991). A Hay-tanya melletti feltaras retegsoranak szedimentologiai es sztratigrafiai elemzese. In Acta Geographica Debrecina (Vol. 30-31, pp. 65-75)

A Hay-tanya melletti feltaras retegsoranak szedimentologiai es sztratigrafiai elemzese. / Hertelendi, E.; Loki, J.; Sümegi, P.

Acta Geographica Debrecina. Vol. 30-31 1991. p. 65-75.

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Hertelendi, E, Loki, J & Sümegi, P 1991, A Hay-tanya melletti feltaras retegsoranak szedimentologiai es sztratigrafiai elemzese. in Acta Geographica Debrecina. vol. 30-31, pp. 65-75.
Hertelendi E, Loki J, Sümegi P. A Hay-tanya melletti feltaras retegsoranak szedimentologiai es sztratigrafiai elemzese. In Acta Geographica Debrecina. Vol. 30-31. 1991. p. 65-75
Hertelendi, E. ; Loki, J. ; Sümegi, P. / A Hay-tanya melletti feltaras retegsoranak szedimentologiai es sztratigrafiai elemzese. Acta Geographica Debrecina. Vol. 30-31 1991. pp. 65-75
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