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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Fruska Gora is, in addition to the Vrsac Mountains, the only horst in the south-eastern part of the Pannonian Basin, the character of which is largely flat.
This basin morphologically represents north-eastern promontory of Pannonian Basins System.
Geological formations in which was carved out the upper valley of Gersa River are represented by metamorphic rocks mesoproterozoic age, belonging to the Bretila series in Barlea massif, sedimentary rocks of eocene, oligocene and miocene epoch (limestone, conglomerates, sandstone, clays), which is contained in the Dealul Megiani, Dealul Taului, and the periphery of Barlea and Basca massifs, and igneous intrusive rocks, pannonian ages (micro granodiorites) that are present in the Basca Massif (Figure 4).
DIAGNOSIS: Xerophilous rocky grasslands on calcareous substrates of the northern fringes of the Pannonian Basin (Southern Moravia, Southern Slovakia, Eastern Austria, Northern Hungary) and the Ukrainian Podolya (Eastern ukraine).
Smectite to illite diagenesis in early Miocene sediments from the hyperthermal western Pannonian Basin.
Due to these qualities, he managed to complete his great plan of union of the empires within the Dacian territory, building a state whose borders lay in the Pannonian Danube, Moravia and the Small Carpathians to the West, from Western Slovakia to the Dniester and the Buh to the East, from the Forested Carpathians to the North up to the Haemus Mountains in the Balkans, to the South.
The most representative Serbian indigenous pig breed is the Mangulica pig which is primarily bred in the northern part of the country (Autonomous Province of Vojvodina located in the Pannonian Plain).
At the request of Duke Kocel, the ruler of the Pannonian Slavs, the pope then consecrated Methodius in 869 as the titular bishop of Syrmium, and as the archbishop of the new Moravian-Pannonian archdiocese, making it more than clear that Methodius was the legitimate archbishop of all the the Slavs united in Rastislav's Great Moravia and in the Balkans.
Parta Permit BackgroundThe Parta Permit covers an area of 1,221 km2 and is located in the southern Pannonian basin area of western Romania.
In connection with the agreement, Starlight's acquisition in Slovakia includes the Ziar Basin of west-central Slovakia and the Pannonian Basin in the southeastern corner of the country.
Walter briefly refers to such important topics as the wind music tradition in American high schools and universities, the recordings of wind symphonies by the Pannonian Wind Orchestra (Pannonisches Blasorchester)--a noteworthy symbol of wind music perse--and the relationship between music education and wind music.
It covers all nine biogeographical regions of the network; the Alpine, Atlantic, Black Sea, Boreal, Continental, Macaronesian, Mediterranean, Pannonian and Steppic regions.