Ilich (1974) reported on “a specific genetic type of dolomite, unknown in the rest of the world” (p. 1331) which is present in the fresh-water basins of Miocene age in the Inner Dinarides of Yugoslavia and is known as “hydrothermal-sedimentary dolomite.”

In the Braneshko Polje basin, a fault trough in the northern part of the great Zlatibor ultramafic massif, the “Braneshci dolomite deposit” is present in the upper part of the sedimentary series in a zone 2 km long and 100 m wide. Seven beds of micritic dolostones have been found; their thickness ranges from 1 to 4 m. The...

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