Geologia Croatica is an open access journal that welcomes original scientific papers dealing with diverse aspects of geology and geological engineering, the history of the Earth, and the physical changes that the Earth has undergone or it is undergoing. The Journal covers a wide spectrum of geology disciplines (palaeontology, stratigraphy, mineralogy, sedimentology, petrology, geochemistry, structural geology, karstology, hydrogeology and engineering geology) including pedogenesis, petroleum geology and environmental geology.
Papers especially concerning the Pannonian Basin, Dinarides, the Adriatic/Mediterranean region, as well as notes and reviews interesting to a wider audience (e.g. review papers, book reviews, and notes) are welcome.
Vol 76 No 1 (2023)
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Cover: Lake Pannon cockle Lymnocardium (Budmania) ferrugineum (BRUSINA, 1874) from the Zagreb–Okrugljak locality. It lived in the littoral zone of the Late Miocene Lake Pannon on sandy substratum. For more information see the paper by MAGYAR & KATONA (this Vol.).