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The Geologia Croatica Editorial Board has reached a decision to cancel Article Processing Charges of 50 EUR as well as publishing fee for all papers up to 16 pages starting with April 3rd, 2018.

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Posted: 2018-04-17
 

The SAPIQ (Standardisation and Applied Investigation of Quaternary Sediments in Croatia) project

 
The SAPIQ (Standardisation and Applied Investigation of Quaternary Sediments in Croatia) project began on the 1st of September, 2014, finished on the 31st of December, 2017...  
Posted: 2017-12-29 More...
 
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Vol 71, No 2 (2018)


Cover Page

The Ombla spring is the largest karst spring in the southern Dalmatia region of Croatia. It is a typical contact spring, developed on the contact of Mesozoic carbonate rocks overthrust onto thick Eocene flysch deposits.

Average discharge rate of the spring is 24 m3/s, with  minimum of 3 m3/s and  maximum of 138 m3/s. The Ombla spring was one of excursion stops on the fieldtrips of the 44th Annual IAH Congress.



 

 

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