Subvertical beds of Upper Turonian – Santonian slope limestones from Premuda island – for more information see the paper Moro & Ćosović (this Vol.)
Neuralethopteris rectinervis, P41/C5/6, fragment 1, M.e. Popa Collection, University of Bucharest. Scale bar: 2mm. (this Vol.)
Transgressive surface within Promina Beds (Eocene). Lithophagid
borings in alluvial conglomerate are filled with lime packstone
containing marine fossils. (this Vol.)
"Kameni slap" flowstone in the “Touristic” part of the Veternica cave. Karren and small dissolution scallops characterize the surface of the flowstone - for more information see the paper by Lacković et al. (this Vol.).
Slightly oblique equatorial section of holotype (left) and oblique axial section (right; scale bars 0,5mm) of Dubrovnikella n. gen. which refers to the city of Dubrovnik, Croatia. For more information see the paper by Schlagintweit & Velić (this vol.).
Nanostructured aragonite particles assembled through the recently reaffirmed mechanism based on the role of nanoscale aggregation processes in the formation of carbonate solids - for more information see paper by Sondi et al. (this Vol.).
Thenardite crystals (white) precipitated at the surfaces of flysch sedimentary rocks - for more information see the paper by Aljinović et al.
The Plitvice lakes, the Big waterfall during dry and rainy periods - for more information see paper by Biondić. Biondić & Meaški (this Vol.).
Alteration mineral assemblages in the margin closest to the veins. Well developed growing zonation in a cavity filling epidote crystal (1N) – for more information see the paper by Fintor et al. (this Vol.).
Photography of thin layered siltstones and silty marls at Crnika Beach, Island of Pag, Croatia (scale: geol. hammer 33cm) – for more information see the paper by Bulić & Jurišić-Polšak (this Vol.).
Panoramic view of the western point of Velika Palagruža – for more information see the paper by Korbar et al. (this Vol.)
Microphotography of crenulation cleavage in the chloritoid schist with randomly oriented chloritoid porphyroblasts, Mt. Papuk - for more information see the paper by BIŠEVAC et al. (this Vol.)
Mizzia velebitana SCHUBERT, 1909 from the environs of Sv. Rok, Lika, Croatia – for more information on the history of investigations on fossil algae in Croatia see the paper by GRGASOVIĆ (this Vol.).
Uper Tithonian limestones with dinosaur footprints in Kirmenjak quarry, Istria, Croatia - for more information on stable isotopes in these strata see the paper by CVETKO TEŠOVI? et al. (This Vol.). Photo by Aleksandar Mezga.
The solid solution crystal of meta-zeunesite-uranospirite series from Mt. Papuk, Croatia – for more information on uranium minerals in the Radlovac Series metasediments see the paper by ŠĆAVNIČAR et al. (this Vol.)
Tempestite composed of Palorbitolina lenticularis tests, Lower Aptian, island of Cres, Croatia – for more information on Mesozoic benthic foraminifera of the Karst Dinarides see the paper by Ivo VELIĆ (this Vol.).
Paleogene flysch deposits of Konavle polje. The hills in the background are composed of Triassic-Jurassic carbonates. For further information on the neighbouring Robinzon spring see the paper by Buljan et al. (this Vol.). Photo by Ivo Velić.
Paleogene planktonic foraminifera from the Palmyride Area, Syria – for more information see the paper by Hernitz Kučenjak et al. (this Vol.). SEM photomicrographs by Renata Slavković.
Heavily bioturbated Upper Eocene limestones of the Benkovac Stone Member of the Promina Formation. For more information on these storm-dominated shelf deposits see the paper Mrinjek et al. (this Vol.). Photograph by Igor Vlahović.
A 3D view of the geology in the area surrounding Makirina Cove, Southern Croatia. Further information regarding a multidisciplinary study of the Recent deposits here can be found in Šparica et al. (this Vol.)
A brackish swamp from the central area of Mljet island, Southern Croatia. Photograph by Igor VLAHOVIĆ.
Jabuka, a 100 m high islet composed of massive monolithic gabbro. For more information on the new locality of magmatic rocks in the Adriatic Sea – Jabuka Shoal, located 2300 m W of Jabuka islet, see the paper by JURAČIĆ et al. (this Vol.). Photography by Igor VLAHOVIĆ.
Tampsia floriformis MYERS (Holotype; shell diameter aoo. 180 mm; Texas Memorial Museum) from the Cardenas Formation, Central Mexico. For more information on palaeontology and depositional environments of Maastrichtian coral-rudist reefs of the Cardenas Fm. see paper by SCHAFHAUSER et al. (this Vol.). Photograph by Stefan GÖTZ.
Sculpture of „A Girl with a Seagull“ (Z. Car, 1956), one of the symbols of Opatija, venue of the 22nd IAS Meeting of Sedimentology (September 17-19, 2003). In this volume you can read papers based on some of the keynotes prepared for that meeting.
Recent distribution of the Adriatic Carbonate Platform deposits. For more information on the evolution of the Adriatic Carbonate Platform see papers by VELIĆ et al., TIŠLJAR et al., VLAHOVIĆ et al., and DRAGIČEVIĆ & VELIĆ (this. Vol.).
Correlation profile over the SW section of Žutica oil field. More information on facies and facies architecture of the Upper Pannonian Ivanić Grad Formation see Vrbanac: Facies and Facies Architecture... (this Vol.).
Association of Dasyclad algae, genus Palaeodasycladus, from Middle Liassic limestones of Trnovski Gvozd, slovenia. For more information on different species of genus Palaodasycladus see Sokač (this Vol.).
Factor map of igneous rocks (F3) of Medvednica Mt. shows the negative relationship of K, Th, Ba, La and Nb with the lithological variable LIT3 standing for igneous rocks. For more information on the factor model of the relationship between stream sediment geochemistry and adjacent lithology on Medvednica Mt. see Halamić et al. (this Vol.).
Weathering morphology of cross-bedded biocalcarenites with lithified coarse-grained foresets and unlithified fine-grained bottomsets. For more information on shoreline cross-bedded biocalcarenites of the Middle Miocene age in the Podvrško area (Mt. Psunj, NE Croatia) see Velić et al. (this Vol.)
Left: holotype of Velebitella triplicata (KOCHANSKY-DEVIDE, 1964a, pl. III, fig. 3) from the „Upper“ Permian of the Velebit Mt. (Croatia). Right: holotype of Dissocladella bystrickyi (SOKAČ & GRGASOVIĆ, 1995, pl. I, fig. 7) from the Upper Triassic of the Medvednica Mt. (Croatia). For more information on Permian and Triassic Daysclad algae see Granier & Grgasović (this Vol.)
Hydrogeological cross-section from Županja to Bijelo Brdo (eastern Slavonia, Croatia). For more information on the hydrogeology of Quaternary deposits of the eastern Slavonia see Bačani et al. (this Vol.).
Schematic reconstruction of the brackish Sarmatian lagoon community. For more information on the palaeoecology and biostratigraphy of molluscs from Kostanjek locality (Medvednica Mt., Croatia) see Vrsaljko (this Vol.).
Contact of the uppermost Hauterivian lake-marsh laminated deposits containing dinosaur bones, (on the left) with blocks of penecontemporaneous shallow marine limestones (on the right). The paper by Dalla Vecchia in this volume deals with the detailed determination and description of bones collected from this site (Kolone Bay near Rovinj, Istria, Croatia).
Garnet-blueschist composed of six-sided cross-sections of garnets and prismatic grains of sodic amphiboles (sample M-2444A, x 260). For a description of these initial findings of such rocks in Croatia (Medvednica Mt., NW Croatia) see the paper by Belak & Tibljaš, this Vol.
Hydrogeological map of the karst area in the hinterland of Rijeka. For details of the hydrogeology of the Rječina spring see Biondić et al. (this Volume, dedicated to the 80th anniversary of the life of Professor M. Herak, global expert on karst hydrogeology).
Photomicrographs of specimens from Pleterac quarry (Moslavačka gora, Croatia). Upper row: pleochroic colour zoning of amphibole: X = yellow – left; Y = gree (core) and brown (rim) – right; 22x, N-. Lower row: nematoblastic texture of amphibiolite (left), 8x, N+; sphere porphyroblasts (right), 8x, N-. For a compositional zoning of amphibole from Psunj see Balen et al. (this Vol.).
The emblem of the 1st International Symposium of Petroleum Geology: Economic Aspects of Petroleum Exploration – An Approach to Rational Exploration, held in Zagreb in April 1996 (Authors: Z. Hernitz & J. Velić; designed by: B. Saftić, S. Mihalić, Ž. Krušlin & B. Donevski). Proceedings of the Symposium are printed in this Volume.
Weathered surface of the Tithonian algal tempestite bed of Clypeina jurassica bioclasts (Kirmenjak western Istria, x11.5). For a taxonomic review of some Barremian and Aptian Dasycladales see Sokač, this Vol.
Structural model of the Slavonian Mts., Croatia (JAMIČIĆ, this Vol.)
Geochemical maps of Cr in soil from Sinjsko Polje, Croatia (PROHIĆ et al., this Vol.)
Two of the most famous works of Gjuro Pilar (the first Croatian professional geologist, educated in Brussels and Paris in the 19th century). In 1993 a Scientific Symposium and Exhibition were held and dedicated to the Hundredth anniversary of his death. Reflections on his life and work are presented in this volume. Cover photo by Srećko BOŽIČEVIĆ.
Outcrops of different types of calcareous breccia in shallow-water deposits of the Adriatic Carbonate Platform present a continuous challenge for structural geologists and sedimentologists. The photograph shows details of the Oklad Quarry, Brač Island (PRTOLJAN & GLOVACKI JERNEJ, this Vol.)
Alluvial Promina Beds, Juršinka Hill, Northern Dalmatia, Croatia. Photo by E. Mrinjek, who discusses on some aspects of the Promina Beds in this Volume.
Geological map of Croatia (made by Ivo Velić and Josipa Velić)
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