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Journal: Palynology
Published: 21 July 2022
Palynology (2022) 46 (3): (1)–(29).
...Viktória Baranyi; Peta J. Mudie; Imre Magyar; Ádám Kovács; Mária Sütő-Szentai; Koraljka Bakrač Abstract The biota of the brackish-water Lake Pannon in the Pannonian Basin is characterised by remarkable endemism due to the isolated evolution of the lake for 8 myr after the last Miocene marine...
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Journal: Palynology
Published: 01 June 2013
Palynology (2013) 37 (1): 35–47.
.... These deposits formed in Lake Pannon, which was characterized throughout the Late Miocene by its highly endemic and rapidly evolving biota. As most species of Mendicodinium are known from restricted marine and brackish paleoenvironments, its occurrence in Lake Pannon may be considered further evidence...
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Journal: Paleobiology
Published: 01 September 2012
Paleobiology (2012) 38 (4): 554–568.
...Dana H. Geary; Erik Hoffmann; Imre Magyar; James Freiheit; Dianna Padilla Abstract We investigate potential microevolutionary mechanisms of phenotypic change in a lineage of brackish-water gastropods from Lake Pannon. The lineage exhibits a threefold increase in body size and a pronounced increase...
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Series: AAPG Memoir
Published: 01 January 2012
DOI: 10.1306/13291392M953142
EISBN: 9781629810096
...Abstract Abstract The late Miocene-early Pliocene Lake Pannon was a large, long-lived, brackish lake that occupied the Pannonian Basin system in Central Europe. Traditionally, the stratigraphic subdivision of its several-kilometer-thick sediment pile has been based on fossils of endemic...
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Journal: Paleobiology
Published: 01 November 2010
Paleobiology (2010) 36 (4): 592–614.
... be challenging. Given that we can observe populations changing rapidly over tens or hundreds of years, it is now more difficult to explain instances of geologically gradual (as opposed to punctuated) change. Here we describe morphologic change in two bivalve lineages from the late Miocene Lake Pannon. We...
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Journal: Paleobiology
Published: 01 January 2002
Paleobiology (2002) 28 (2): 208–221.
... morphological changes in melanopsid gastropods from the ancient, long-lived Lake Pannon. First in the Pannonian Age, and again in the Pontian Age approximately three million years later, a smooth-shelled ancestor gave rise to a shouldered descendant. In both cases, the morphological change was probably...
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Evolution and extent of <span class="search-highlight">Lake</span> <span class="search-highlight">Pannon</span> during its 8 myr lifespan (modified fro...
Published: 21 July 2022
Figure 2. Evolution and extent of Lake Pannon during its 8 myr lifespan (modified from Magyar et al. 1999 ). (A) c. 10.8 Ma during the deposition of the Pontiadinium pecsvaradensis Zone. (B) c. 9 Ma during the deposition of the Spiniferites validus Zone. (C) c. 6.5 Ma during
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(A) <span class="search-highlight">Lake</span> <span class="search-highlight">Pannon</span> during the early Tortonian (light gray). The solid black li...
Published: 01 June 2013
Figure 1 (A) Lake Pannon during the early Tortonian (light gray). The solid black line represents the extent of the Lake (for more details see Magyar et al. 1999 ). (B) Map illustrating the location of the Mataschen section and the distribution of Miocene sediments in the Styrian Basin. (C
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Figure 4. Biostratigraphic zonation scheme for <span class="search-highlight">Lake</span> <span class="search-highlight">Pannon</span> (updated from  M...
Published: 01 November 2010
Figure 4. Biostratigraphic zonation scheme for Lake Pannon (updated from Magyar et al. 1999b ; polarity timescale after Lourens et al. 2004 ; correlation of European mammal zones follows Agustí et al. 2001 ).
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Figure  2. Extent of <span class="search-highlight">Lake</span> <span class="search-highlight">Pannon</span> sediments (after  Müller and Magyar 1992 ...
Published: 01 January 2002
Figure 2. Extent of Lake Pannon sediments (after Müller and Magyar 1992 ) and map of sample collection localities. All localities are in Hungary with the exception of Radmanesti, which is in Romania. Numbers refer to localities as follows: 1, Kúp; 2, Alcsút; 3, Bántapuszta roman dam; 4
Journal Article
Journal: GSA Bulletin
Published: 27 November 2019
GSA Bulletin (2019) 131 (5-6): 766–781.
... occur in the marine and lacustrine settings, respectively. The main reason for this marked contrast in sediment partitioning across marine versus lacustrine clinoforms is climate, where a wet-dry climate model needs to be used to explain sediment dispersal to the floor of deep Lake Pannon. During...
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Series: AAPG Memoir
Published: 01 January 2006
DOI: 10.1306/985734M843142
EISBN: 9781629810379
... source rocks were deposited in Lake Pannon and in adjacent deltaic and fluvial environments during the late Miocene and earliest Pliocene. Lake Pannon was a huge, long-lived, brackish lake, similar to the modern Caspian Sea. The hydrocarbon traps formed in a compaction anticline above a northwest...
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Journal: Interpretation
Published: 10 January 2018
Interpretation (2018) 6 (1): SB65–SB76.
... environment of deposition model that interprets the Upper Miocene-Pliocene sediments as being deposited in a rapidly filling basin characterized by quick shelf edge progradation from the northwest toward the southeast. Reconstruction of this shelf edge trajectory reveals the absence of a Lake Pannon level...
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Journal Article
Published: 28 December 2016
Journal of Micropalaeontology (2017) 36 (1): 80–93.
... the mid-Serravallian of Spain could possibly be the common ancestor of the Late Miocene Mediterranean and Lake Pannon lineages and that C. torosa is strictly linked to the Mediterranean stock, particularly to the phyletic lineage C. ruggierii – C. crotonensis . In this framework Cyprideis gr. torosa...
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Series: Geological Society, London, Geology of Series
Published: 01 January 2008
DOI: 10.1144/CEV2P.5
EISBN: 9781862393899
... in the south and the intermediate Paratethys Sea and its late Miocene to Pliocene successor Lake Pannon. At its maximum extent, the Paratethys extended from the Rhône Basin in France towards Inner Asia. Subsequently, it was partitioned into a smaller western part consisting of the Western and the Central...
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(A–B) Regional maps showing the geographical context of the study areas in ...
Published: 27 November 2019
Figure 1. (A–B) Regional maps showing the geographical context of the study areas in the Qiongdongnan Basin along the northwestern South China Sea margin (marine study area marked as “M”) and the largest known extension of the late Miocene Lake Pannon in the Pannonian Basin (lacustrine study area
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Geographical and palaeogeographical map of the Carpathian–Pannonian and Par...
Published: 21 July 2022
) present-day shoreline, (2) Mediterranean Sea marine realms, (3) Lake Pannon, (4) brackish Ponto-Caspian realm, (5) evaporitic realm, (6) continental realm. (C) Position of the PAET cores in central Hungary near the town of Paks (after Magyar et al. 2019 ). (D) Position of Našice Quarry in the north
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Model for the morphological evolution of the  Pontiadinium – Pyxidinopsis  ...
Published: 21 July 2022
Figure 4. Model for the morphological evolution of the Pontiadinium – Pyxidinopsis complex in Lake Pannon. Pontiadinium obesum , Pontiadinium pecsvaradensis and Pontiadinium inequicornutum appear around the same time, before 10 Ma. The transitional form between Pontiadinium inequicornutum
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Pyxidinopsis ? sp. 1 from the Vranović section, Našice, and its comparision...
Published: 21 July 2022
Plate 6. Pyxidinopsis ? sp. 1 from the Vranović section, Našice, and its comparision to the Lake Pannon Tectatodinium pellitum specimens. All scale bars represent 10 µm except 15 where it is 20 µm. 1–4. Scanning electron microscope (SEM) micrographs of Pyxidinopsis ? sp. 1 from Našice. All
Journal Article
Journal: Interpretation
Published: 27 November 2017
Interpretation (2018) 6 (1): SB37–SB50.
... Formation), but formed in a shallower environment. Following the Late Middle Miocene Sarmatian, the investigated area was flooded by Lake Pannon approximately 11.5 Ma ago ( Magyar et al., 1999 ). There were three main depositional environments in this lake (Figure  3 ): deep basin, slope, and shelf...
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