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Triassic conodonts of the Slovenian Basin
Stanko Buser,Tea Kolar-Jurkov?ek,Bogdan Jurkov?ek
Geologija , 2007,
Abstract: Slovenian Basin was formed during the Ladinian following disintegration of the Slovenian Carbonate Platform. It persisted continuously until the Late Cretaceous. Several conodont asscociations were recognized within the Triassic rocks of the Slovenian Basin. Stratigraphically significant species belong to the genera Budurovignathus, Epigondolella, Gladigondolella, Metapolygnathus, Misikella, Neogondolella, Nicoraella, Norigondolellaand Paragondolella.
Resedimented Limestones in Middle and Upper Jurassic Succession of the Slovenian Basin
Bo?tjan Ro?i?,Tomislav Popit
Geologija , 2006,
Abstract: The Middle and Upper Jurassic succession of the Slovenian Basin is characterized by pelagic sedimentation of siliceous limestones and radiolarian cherts. In the southern and central part of the basin two packages of resedimented limestones are interbedded within pelagic sediments. The Lower resedimented limestones are lower-middle Bajocian to lower Callovian in age. In the southern part of the basin they form laterally discontinuous sequences composed of limestone breccias, calcarenites and micritic limestone and in the central part of the basin calcarenite intercalations within pelagic beds. They were transported by turbidity currents from highly productive ooidal shoals of the Dinaric Carbonate Platform. The Lower resedimented carbonates correlate with the lower three members of the Travnik Formation in the Bovec Trough and similarly developed but much thicker Vajont Formation in the Belluno Basin. The difference in thickness is interpreted as a consequence of shallow-water and longshore currents on the Dinaric Carbonate Platform that transported platform material towards southwest in the direction of the Belluno Basin. The Upper resedimented limestones are upper Kimmeridgian to lower Tithonian and occur within radiolarian cherts in the upper part of the succession as calcarenite beds that originated by turbidity currents. Onset of resedimentation coincides with the emersion-related demise of barrier reef and following deposition of micritic and rare oolitic limestones on the Dinaric Carbonate Platform. Approximatelly coeval resedimented limestones occur in the fourth member of the Travnik Formation in the Bovec Trough, but are not reported from the Ammonitico Rosso Superiore Formation in the Belluno Basin.
Latest Triassic conodonts of the Slovenian Basin and some remarks on their evolution
Tea Kolar-Jurkov?ek
Geologija , 2011,
Abstract: A stratigraphical importance of some latest Triassic conodont taxa from the Slovenian Basin with special regard on their distribution in the Slatnik Formation of the Mt. Kobla section (Julian Alps) is presented. Description of a new species Misikella buseri n. sp. is given. It is marked by a reduced segminate element and it represents a distinct stage at the decline of Misikella evolution.
Albian - Cenomanian resedimented limestone in the Lower flyschoid Formation of the Mt. Mrzli Vrh Area (Tolmin region, NW Slovenia)
Bo?tjan Ro?i?
Geologija , 2005,
Abstract: The Lower flyschoid formation of the Slovenian Basin is characterized by marl, shale and subordinate chert, interbedded with micritic limestone and resedimented carbonates.In the upper part of the formation marly and micritic limestones commonly prevail. The maximum range of the formation is Albian to Turonian. Contact with underlying successions is always erosional and the formation usually overlies upper Tithonian to NeocomianBiancone limestone. In the Mt. Mrzli vrh area, the formation is composed of upper Albian to lower Cenomanian resedimented limestone and upper Cenomanian to Turonian shale and marl, marly limestone and cherts. It directly overlies Lower Jurassic basinal successionor Upper Triassic platform dolomite. In this study resedimented carbonates of the formation were analyzed. A two km2 area was mapped and an 80m thick Mt. Grmu section was studied in detail. This section consists of micritic limestone and abundant breccia andcalcarenite. Whereas the calcarenite is predominantly composed of platform-derived material, the breccia consists of slope-to-basin intraclasts and various extraclasts of older platform and basin deposits. The analyzed facies association indicates a lower slopedepositional environment. A correlation with other successions of the Lower flyschoid formation reveals that resedimented carbonates are the thickest and most abundant in the Tolmin region, that paleogeographically corresponds to the western part of the SlovenianBasin. Intense Albian – Cenomanian tectonic activity is inferable regionally, from platform as well as basinal successions, and is thought to have been the major factor causing andcontrolling the carbonate gravity-flows sedimentation in the Slovenian Basin. The Mt. Mrzli vrh area is important for paleotopographic reconstruction because it links thecentral Slovenian Basin with the margin of the Dinaric Carbonate Platform. The observed lateral facies distribution, the composition of lithoclasts and variable degree of erosion between the Lower flyschoid formation and underlying beds indicate a steep, faultboundedslope, along which older platform and basinal succession were eroded.
Deep-water Triassic and Jurassic beds from Mt. Kobla (W Slovenia)
Stanko Buser,Bojan Ogorelec
Geologija , 2008,
Abstract: This contribution deals with geological setting of Mt. Kobla which is situated in the central part of the Bohinj ridge, and brings a review of the previous geological studies in the area.The first detailed studies are closely related to a 6334 m long Bohinjska Bistrica–Podbrdo railway tunnel which was opened in 1906. The tunnel is constructed just under the peak of Mt. Kobla and encompasses 8 lithological members. The second period of intensive geological studies is related to elaboration of the Basic Geological Map, scale 1:100.000, Sheet Tolmin that were carried out from 1969–1987. During this time, Middle Triassic to Late Cretaceous existence of Slovenian Basin and two platforms in western Slovenia was established. In the past decade geological studies in the area have been focused on detailed stratigraphy and lithology. The analysis of conodont assemblages and foraminifers indicates that a part of limestone classified in Basic Geological Map as Lower Jurassicare actually of the Upper Triassic age.Jurassic sediments in Mt. Kobla were settled in deep-marine environment of the Slovenian Basin. Limestone breccias and calcarenites were transported by gravitational currents from the shelf edge to the slope and to the basin. In Lower Jurassic calcarenite with abundant reworked ooids and crinoids occur.
Oberfassanische (mitteltriassische) Conodonten aus Kalken südlich von Slugovo, Südslowenien
Anton Ramov?
Geologija , 1995,
Abstract: Schwarze, ziemlich stark dislozierte plattige Kalke im verlassenen Steinbruch südlich von Slugovo an der Strasse Cajnarje-Lovranovo, nord stlich von Cerknica,Südslowenien, führen eine kleine interessante Conodontenfauna der Budurovignathus truempyi A.-Z. Budurovignathus lipoldi n. sp., Neogondolella slugovensisn. sp. und Paragondolella ?trammeri (Kozur, 1972) werden beschrieben. hnliche conodontenführende Kalke waren in diesem Gebiet nicht bekannt.
Transformations of structure and programme in three Slovene coastal cities
Bo?tjan Bugari?
Urbani Izziv , 2008,
Abstract: The structural transformations of Slovenian coastal cities are a form of content development strategies that have been dictated by different city actors throughout the history. Because of the process of industrialisation, the coastal region adopted a new structure in the form of industrial structures. Today, these structures are left without appropriate contents and present degraded areas of the city that are subject to the interest of the capital. The post-war period of functionalism attempted to introduce in the area the conditions for social reformation of the social structure, architects were designing for the needs of the working class, which inhabited the newly built residence areas. In the sixties of the 20th century, a new typology of residential tall buildings, which began to rise vertically, emerged from horizontal industrial structures. At the level of organisation of space, the period after transition brought in the coastal space a widespread state of chaos, as spatial interventions were made on the basis of the interest of capital and to a lesser degree on the basis of expert guidelines. Urbanism as a discipline is not flexible enough to regulate the swift transformations of the forms of capital. As a result, the capital is spreading unrestrictedly across all limits of the city.
Analysis of inbreeding in Slovenian Haflinger population
Klemen Poto?nik,Vesna Gantner,Miran ?tepec,Jurij Krsnik
Italian Journal of Animal Science , 2010, DOI: 10.4081/ijas.2009.s3.128
Abstract: The pedigree information of 3613 animals registered in the Slovenian Haflinger stud book from birth year 1905 to 2008 were analysed using PROC INBREED in SAS/ STAT with the purpose of analysis of inbreeding level in Slovenian Haflinger population. Relationship (R) analysis was restricted to possible mating partners that had offspring born between 2004 and 2008 (i.e., 323 mares and 58 stallions). An increasing trend of inbreeding coefficients (F) was observed in recent years, although a generally low F was detected. Mean values of R between possible mating partners were mostly around zero, while maximum values ranged up to 0.63. The development of application that would ease the calculations of F and R could help breeders to prevent related mating in the future.
Janko lebinger, the Slovene bibliographer
Gregor Kocijan
Knji?nica : Revija za Podro?je Bibliotekarstva in Informacijske Znanosti , 2001,
Abstract: Dr. Janko lebinger is one of the most important Slovene bibliographers. During his forty years of active work, he has written numerous bibliographies: from (current) general and subject bibliographies to author bibliographies. He constituted the Slovene bibliography together with Simoni and therefore established conditions for rapid a development of the field after World War II. He was the creator of the modern Slovene bibliography, an expert bibliographer who was in line with bibliographical trends throughout the world and as such laid foundations for systematic and versatile activities in the field of bibliography writting. His most important works are the Slovene Bibliography 1907-1912 (1913) and Slovene Journals and Newspapers 1797-1936 (1937). The paper presents an assessment of lebinger's bibliographies from early to final works. These works are presented in chronological and subject order. Innovations and specialities introduced by lebinger as well as some deficiencies are emphasised.
The Slovenian national library
Eva Kodri?-Da?i?
Knji?nica : Revija za Podro?je Bibliotekarstva in Informacijske Znanosti , 2005,
Abstract: The article introduces the national library as the central national cultural institution and presents its place in the awareness of the Slovenes. It also identifies the reasons for the attitude of the Slovene lay and professional communities towards this institution. The national library is defined as a generic term and linear quantitative comparisons between the national libraries of the world are being questioned. The historical development of the Slovene national library is briefly described from its original conception of carrying out the national functions in the 19th century until its first official recognition after World War II. The current functions of the national library are presented and there is also a description of the way it has undertaken to develop the Slovene library system.
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