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The lower miocene northeast of pouzdrany czechoslovakia

Vestnik Ustredniho Ustavu Geologickeho 55(2): 93-100
The lower miocene northeast of pouzdrany czechoslovakia
Pelagic sediments of Lower Miocene age were found above the Krepice Member of the Pouzdrany tectonic section northeast of Pouzdrany. They are represented by light grey marlstone with pelocarbonate concretions and contain a relatively rich foraminiferal microfauna and calcareous nannoplankton belonging to the NN 2 and NN 3 biostratigraphic zones of Eggenburgian age. These sediments are lithologically and faunistically identical with the Sakvice calcareous clay overlying the Zdanice-Hustopece Formation and are referred to as the Sakvice marl. The discovery of Eggenburgian marlstone northeast of Pouzdrany marks the upper stratigraphical boundary of the Krepice member that is nearly devoid of fossils and largely belongs to the uppermost Egerian. It also indicates a communication between the Lower Miocene sea of the Vienna Basin and the Carpathian Neogene foredeep via the outer units of the Flysch Belt (Zdanice and Pouzdrany units).

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