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Abstract

A systematic reevaluation of high-quality reflection seismic data has been carried out recently in Hungary, and the nine seismic sections shown in this paper illustrate the typical structural styles associated with the formation of the Pannonian basin. The Pannonian basin is a result of crustal extension that culminated during the middle Miocene and has continued locally with greatly reduced intensity until recent times.

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