Pannonian


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Pannonian

[pə′nō·nē·ən]
(geology)
A European stage of geologic time comprising the lower Pliocene.
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While no significant change is expected in the assessment of reservoir quality and pay thickness other than in the highly laminated PA V zone, there is still the need to further evaluate gas saturation within the pay zones based on regional data, since no well developed water bearing reservoir zone was encountered within the Lower PA III to PA VI Pannonian section and no reservoir water sample was taken.
Although recognized by the World Tourism Organization of the United Nations, the tourism institutions of BiH still do not adequately promote the Pannonian Lakes.
Tomic et al., "Effect of climate change on wheat quality and hmwglutenin subunit composition in the pannonian plain," Cereal Chemistry, vol.
Borger, "Microbial diversity and abundance in the deep subsurface of the South-Eastern North German Basin and the Western Pannonian Basin, [M.S.
Change of species and habitat diversity in the Pannonian region of eastern Lower Austria over 170 years: Using herbarium records as a witness.
Under relatively thin Quaternary sediments there are several hundred meters of Pannonian and underlying, variable Miocene layers.
The Pannonian Basin, Eastern Europe, covering parts of Hungary, Romania, Serbia, Slovakia and Croatia is recognized by its high content of As in aquifers used as drinking water sources [14, 22].
Pannonian mutiny, Auerbach is disposed to conclude that Percennius is
They are found in sedimentary formations and located in the Pannonian Basin in Eastern Europe at temperature of 20-100[degrees]C (Hungary, Slovakia, Slovenia, Romania) and the Paris Basin (France).
"To the spirits of the departed; Cornelius Victor, served for 26 years, a Pannonian tribesman and son of Saturninus, a senior centurion, and lived for 55 years, 11 days.
It is located on the Pannonian plain and its rims, with the water divide separating it from the Adriatic catchments running through the Dinaric karst.