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  1. The study area, located north of Konya (Central Turkey), is composed of Silurian to Cretaceous metamorphosed rocks. The lower unit of the oldest formation (Silurian-Early Permian) is mostly made up of Silurian...

    Authors: Ya şar Eren, Hüseyin Kurt, François Rosselet and Gérard M. Stampfli
    Citation: Eclogae Geologicae Helvetiae 2004 97:1131
  2. The Ponts valley syncline is a closed basin within the Neuchâtel Jura fold and thrust belt. This syncline, apparently uplifted to an altitude of around 1000m is closed in the SW by an anticline with an oblique...

    Authors: Benoît Valley, Martin Burkhard and Pierre-André Schnegg
    Citation: Eclogae Geologicae Helvetiae 2004 97:1124
  3. The location of the September 3, 1295 earthquake has so far been assumed to be in the Central Alps. It was assessed at an intensity VIII in the catalogue MECOS 99 in MSK. This event was recently analyzed withi...

    Authors: Gabriela Schwarz-Zanetti, Nicolas Deichmann, Donat Fäh, Virgilio Masciadri and Jürg Goll
    Citation: Eclogae Geologicae Helvetiae 2004 97:1123
  4. In the Eastern part of French Pyrenees, the Cucugnan area (Southern Corbières) corresponded during the early/Mid-Paleocene (Danian/Selandian) to a narrow transitional zone between the sea to the South (“Pyrene...

    Authors: Pierre-Jean Combes, Bernard Peybernès and Marie-José Fondecave-Wallez
    Citation: Eclogae Geologicae Helvetiae 2004 97:1120
  5. The new tectonic map of the Alps is based on the combination of purely structural data with criteria regarding paleogeographical affiliation and/or tectono-metamorphic evolution. The orogenic evolution of the ...

    Authors: Stefan M. Schmid, Bernhard Fügenschuh, Eduard Kissling and Ralf Schuster
    Citation: Eclogae Geologicae Helvetiae 2004 97:1113
  6. The southern Rhinegraben represents a key area to unravel the Neogene paleohydrographic history of the northern Alpine foreland. At least, three successive main drainage systems are documented by the youngest ...

    Authors: Marzio Giamboni, Andreas Wetzel, Bertrand Nivière and Markus Schumacher
    Citation: Eclogae Geologicae Helvetiae 2004 97:1112
  7. Numerous invertebrate trace fossils and small rare vertebrate tracks are reported and described from the Upper Oligocene deposits of the Lower Fresh-water Molasse in eastern Switzerland. They are commonly acco...

    Authors: Alfred Uchman, Milena Pika-Biolzi and Peter A. Hochuli
    Citation: Eclogae Geologicae Helvetiae 2004 97:1111
  8. In order to understand the forcing and the feedback mechanisms working within the climate system knowledge of the timing of cold events across the globe is necessary. This information is especially crucial for...

    Authors: Susan Ivy-Ochs, Jörg Schäfer, Peter W. Kubik, Hans-Arno Synal and Christian Schlüchter
    Citation: Eclogae Geologicae Helvetiae 2004 97:1110
  9. A reconstruction of the last glacial maximum (LGM) ice-surface geometry in the western Swiss Alps and contiguous Alpine regions in Italy and France is based on detailed field mapping of glacial trimlines, ice-...

    Authors: Meredith A. Kelly, Jean-François Buoncristiani and Christian Schlüchter
    Citation: Eclogae Geologicae Helvetiae 2004 97:1109
  10. The sedimentary succession cropping out in central Brianza, in an area embracing the territories of Besana Brianza, Briosco (Milan Province), Arosio and Inverigo (Como Province), is properly ascribed to the Lo...

    Authors: Dario Sciunnach and Fabrizio Tremolada
    Citation: Eclogae Geologicae Helvetiae 2004 97:1108
  11. High-resolution δ13C and δ18O curves, calibrated against planktonic foraminiferal and calcareous nannofossil biostratigraphy, are provided for the upper Aptian–lower Cenomanian pelagic succession of the Gargano P...

    Authors: Valeria Luciani, Miriam Cobianchi and Hugh C. Jenkyns
    Citation: Eclogae Geologicae Helvetiae 2004 97:1106

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