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A new cephalopod find in the Eocene beds near Grdoselo in Istria, Croatia
Vasja Miku?,MiloBartol
Geologija , 2012,
Abstract: The article presents a cast fossil of a cephalopod found in sandy limestones (packstones) of Eocene age nearGrdoselo in Central Istria. The phragmocone remains most probably belong to the nautilid species Eutrephoceras(Simplicioceras) centrale (Sowerby, 1812). We have determined the age of the fossil with calcareous nannoplankton.The nannofossil assemblage is typical of the Middle Eocene and allows the assignment to the biozone NP15(Nannotethrina fulgens) of the Middle Eocene.
Badenian discoasters from the section in Lenart (Northeast Slovenia, Central Paratethys)
MiloBartol,Jernej Pav?i?
Geologija , 2005,
Abstract: In Slovenske gorice, south of Lenart, a 20 m profile of Middle Miocene strata has been exposed. During previous research numerous discoasters have been found among other coccoliths. In Slovenia Miocene discoasters have only been found in Badenian sedimentsin Slovenske gorice and they are particularly useful for paleoecological reconstructions.Additional samples were taken from three selected sections in the middle part of the profile, targeting strata with the greatest abundance of discoasters. In two of the three examined sections 9 species of discoasters were identified, the most abundant being D.exilis and D. variabilis. Even though warm water species were found in samples from all three sections, discoasters only occured in two short intervals. This pattern is not a result of temperature changes and is in our opinion connected with the changes in nutrient levelsof seawater.
The brachiopod Lingula from the Middle Miocene – Badenian beds of Slovenia
Vasja Miku?,MiloBartol,?pela Ulaga
Geologija , 2012,
Abstract: The article discusses the first find of an inarticulate brachiopod in Slovenia. The fossil was discovered in Miocenebeds in Badenian sandy and marly limestones outcropping in the Plesko quarry near Trbovlje. It belongs to thespecies Lingula dregeri Andreae, 1893.
Miocene pteropods from Poli ki Vrh in Slovenske gorice, northeast Slovenia
Vasja Miku?,Rok Ga?pari?,MiloBartol,Aleksander Horvat
Geologija , 2012,
Abstract: In the paper relatively modestly preserved but very numerous pteropod remains from Middle Miocene – Badenianmicaceous marlstones of Poli~ki Vrh locality in Slovenske gorice, northeastern part of Slovenia are described.The fossils were attributed to the pteropod family Cliidae Jeffreys, 1869, respectively the species Clio pedemontana(Mayer, 1868). They represent the first documented finds of this species in Slovenia, and so far also the southernmostoccurrence of the pteropods belonging to this species in Neogene beds of the Styrian basin in the Central Paratethys.
Annelids in the Miocene lithothamnion limestone from Zgornja Pohanca, Slovenia
Vasja Miku?,Andreja ?kedelj-Petri?,MiloBartol
Geologija , 2012,
Abstract: Presented and discussed are remains of Middle Miocene – Badenian annelids in limestone fragments that consistmostly of tubular-rodlike annelids and lithothamnions. Segmented limestone tubules are largely fragmented andfilled with calcite. By their morphology and size they are comparable to polychaetes of the Serpulidae family. Tubularremains could be attributed to genera Protula, Hydroides or Vermiliopsis? The samples of annelidic limestonewith polychaetes were found in environs of Zgornja Pohanca near Kr{ko in eastern part of central Slovenia.
Outcrop-scale evidence for the Norian-Rhaetian extensional tectonics in the Slovenian Basin (Southern Alps)
Primo? Opr?kal,Luka Gale,Tea Kolar-Jurkov?ek,MiloBartol
Geologija , 2012,
Abstract: No direct evidence for the Norian-Rhaetian tectonic activity has been gathered from the Slovenian territoryuntil now. In the quarry in the vicinity of kofja Loka, several palaeofaults transect the outcropping Ba a Dolomite.The Norian-Rhaetian age of the Ba a Dolomite is confirmed with the finding of the conodont species Norigondolellasteinbergensis (Mosher, 1968). The formation of the faults is related to the openning of the future JurassicPiemont-Ligurian Ocean to the west of the studied area, or with the diminishing influence of the Neotethys (Meliana) Ocean to the east.
An outline of compilation and processing of metadata in agricultural database management system WebAgris
Toma? Bartol
Knji?nica : Revija za Podro?je Bibliotekarstva in Informacijske Znanosti , 2008,
Abstract: The paper tackles international information system for agriculture Agris and local processing of metadata with database management software WebAgris. Operations are coordinated by the central repository at the FAO in Rome. Based on international standards and unified methodology, national and regional centers collect and process local publications, and then send the records to the central unit, which enables global website accessibility of the data. Earlier DOS-run application was based on package Agrin CDS/ISIS. The Current package WebAgris runs on web servers. Database construction tools and instructions are accessible on FAO Web pages. Data are entered through unified input masks. International consistency is achieved through authority control of certain elements, such as author or corporate affiliation. Central authority control is made available for subject headings, such as descriptors and subject categories.Subject indexing is based on controlled multilingual thesaurus Agrovoc, also available freely on the Internet. This glossary has become an important tool in the area of the international agricultural ontology. The data are exported to the central unit in XML format. Global database is currently eccessible to everyone. This international cooperative information network combines elements of a document repository,electronic publishing, open archiving and full text open access. Links with Google Scholar provide a good possibility for international promotion of publishing.
Jo e Spanring (1923-2010)
Toma? Bartol
Knji?nica : Revija za Podro?je Bibliotekarstva in Informacijske Znanosti , 2010,
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SCIENTOMETRIC ASSESSMENT OF PUBLISHING PATTERNS AND PERFORMANCE INDICATORS IN AGRICULTURE IN THE JCEA MEMBER COUNTRIES
Tomaz BARTOL
Journal of Central European Agriculture , 2010,
Abstract: The study assessed selected characteristics of documents published in national journals and other publications in the countries which participate on the editorial board of an international journal JCEA (Journal of Central European Agriculture). Bibliographic citations from the CAB Abstracts database were employed. Search syntax along with some cataloging characteristics of the database was addressed. In total more than 89.000 agriculture-related documents were identified in the period 2000-2008 with journal articles predominating, followed by proceedings (conference papers). The two document types can overlap. English plays a role of the principal language, accounting for more than half of all records (48.000). Poland is the major contributor of documents, being by far the largest country. Croatian publications show the highest level of international participation in domestic publications, whereas the Slovenian authors shows the highest level of publishing in non-domestic publications. Altogether some 378 different agricultural and related life- and environmental sciences journals have been active in the region in this period. The results can serve as an indicator of regional publishing activities and behavior of authors.
La sucesión paleozoica en el sinforme de la Sierra de San Pedro (provincias de Cáceres y Badajoz, SO de Espa a)
Soldevila Bartolí, J.
Estudios Geologicos , 1992, DOI: 10.3989/egeol.92485-6403
Abstract: The Sierra of San Pedro forms a Paleozoic synform, located in the southern part of the Central Iberian zone (Iberian Massif). The thickness of the Paleozoic sequence in the synform can be evaluated at 2,800-3,000 m. Its base is in general formed by a 5-40 m thick quartzite unit, equivalent to the Armorican Quartzite (Arenig), resting unconformable on the Precambrian. However, a discontinuous conglomerate level, attributed to the basal Arenig, can locally be found underlying the quartzite. Above the quartzite, the sequence is essentially compound of an alternation of predominantly quartzite, sandstone and slate units. This alternation allows the sequence to be subdivided into several distinct lithological units. Towards the top, carbonate and volcanic levels are found, interlayered in the predominantly terrigenous sequence. Most of the lithostratigraphical units have provided fairly abundant faunas and could therefore be dated. The paleontological evidence shows that the sequence is continuous from the Lower Ordovician to the Lower Carboniferous, with the exception of a probable hiatus comprising the Middle Devonian. Upper Carboniferous conglomerates and sandstones also occur in the area. El sinforme de la Sierra de San Pedro, situado en la parte meridional de la Zona Centroibérica, está formado por materiales paleozoicos cuyo contacto con los materiales precámbricos que le rodean es en clara discordancia angular. La parte inferior de la sucesión paleozoica está formada por un tramo cuarcítico de 5-40 m de espesor y edad Arenig (Cuarcita Armoricana) bajo la cual aparecen muy localmente tramos conglomeráticos atribuibles al Arenig basal. El resto de la sucesión paleozoica está constituida esencialmente por materiales detríticos formados por cuarcitas, areniscas y pizarras que se encuentran alternando en distintos niveles. No obstante, hacia la parte alta de la sucesión aparecen también materiales carbonatados y rocas volcánicas. El contenido faunístico a lo largo de toda la sucesión es elevado, siendo posible encontrar fósiles en la mayoría de sus términos, lo que ha permitido establecer la cronoestratigrafía de las unidades litoestratigráficas diferenciadas en este trabajo. Todos estos materiales alcanzan un espesor máximo de unos 2.800 a 3.000 m y abarcan términos que van desde el Ordovícico inferior hasta el Carbonífero inferior en sucesión continua, faltando probablemente el Devónico medio. También están presentes materiales del Carbonífero superior, discordantes.
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