Indice dei contenuti

vol. August 2011

Volume 16/2011

August 2011

Edited by: Capezzuoli E., Brogi A., Ricci M., Bertini A.

Luis Henrique Sapiensa Almeida (*), William Sallun Filho (**), Ivo Karmann (***) & Paulo Cesar Boggiani (***)

Quaternary tufas in the Serra do André Lopes, southeastern Brazil
Volume: 16/2011
Pages: 5-6
DOI: https://doi.org/

Concha Arenas Abad (*), Marta Vázquez Urbez (*) & Gonzalo Pardo Tirapu (*)

Sedimentology of tufa deposits: some clues to interpret past depositional scenarios
Volume: 16/2011
Pages: 7-8
DOI: https://doi.org/

Marianna Ricci (*) & Adele Bertini (*)

Terrestrial carbonate palynology: aims and perspectives
Volume: 16/2011
Pages: 9
DOI: https://doi.org/

Andrea Brogi (*)

Travertine deposition and tectonic activity
Volume: 16/2011
Pages: 10
DOI: https://doi.org/

Enrico Capezzuoli (*)

Outside to understand inside: sedimentology of travertine deposits
Volume: 16/2011
Pages: 11
DOI: https://doi.org/

Serap Çolak (*), Mehmet Özkul (**) & Ercan Aksoy (*)

Structural, depositional and geochemical studies on Quaternary travertine occurances along strike slip faults: A case study from East Anatolian Fault System (EAFS), Elazığ, Turkey
Volume: 16/2011
Pages: 12-13
DOI: https://doi.org/

Julie Dabkowski (*,**), Nicole Limondin-Lozouet (**), Pierre Antoine (**), JulianAndrews (***) & Alina Marca-Bell (***)

Combining geochemistry, malacology and petrography on Middle Pleistocene tufas: example of a multiproxy record of environmental and climatic variations from the Northern France site of La Celle (MIS 11)
Volume: 16/2011
Pages: 14
DOI: https://doi.org/

Luigi De Filippis (*), Claudio Faccenna (*), Renato Funiciello (*), Andrea Billi (**), Michele Soligo (*), Claudio Rossetti (*) & Paola Tuccimei (*)

The Lapis Tiburtinus travertine (Tivoli, Central Italy): its controversial tectonic vs paleoclimatic origin
Volume: 16/2011
Pages: 15-16
DOI: https://doi.org/

Louis Emery (*), Lesley Cherns (*), Alan Channing (*), John Parkes (*) & Henrik Sass (*)

Life on the edge: an industrially created tufa system
Volume: 16/2011
Pages: 17
DOI: https://doi.org/

Anna Gandin (*)

Travertine and Calcareous tufa litho- and micro-facies and related depositional environments
Volume: 16/2011
Pages: 18
DOI: https://doi.org/

Paulo Guerreiro (*), Lúcio Cunha (*) & Carlos Ribeiro (**)

Geomorphological settings and tufa models in Algibre flexure (Algarve, Portugal)
Volume: 16/2011
Pages: 19-20
DOI: https://doi.org/

Nada Horvatinčić (*)

Tufa as a Karst phenomena: environmental and palaeoclimate conditions of tufa formation
Volume: 16/2011
Pages: 21
DOI: https://doi.org/

Nasir Issah (*)

Surface water resources assessment of Offin Basin
Volume: 16/2011
Pages: 22
DOI: https://doi.org/

Sándor Kele (*)

Geochemistry of travertine deposits with special emphasis on paleotemperature calculations
Volume: 16/2011
Pages: 23
DOI: https://doi.org/

Domenico Liotta (*)

Relationships between geological structures and geothermal resources in southern Tuscany
Volume: 16/2011
Pages: 24
DOI: https://doi.org/

Angelo Minissale (*)

The cycle of CO2 in relation with the deposition of travertine
Volume: 16/2011
Pages: 25
DOI: https://doi.org/

Hükmü Orhan (*) & Fethiye Köse (**)

Sedimentological chacteristics of the Aydıncık Tufa (Mersin, Turkey)
Volume: 16/2011
Pages: 26
DOI: https://doi.org/

Martyn Pedley (*)

Form and function of the freshwater (tufa) microbial biofilm
Volume: 16/2011
Pages: 27
DOI: https://doi.org/

Marco Pola (*), Paolo Fabbri (*), Anna Gandin (**), Michele Soligo (***), Paola Tuccimei (***), Rita Deiana (*) & Dario Zampieri (*)

The Montirone travertine mound: a multidisciplinary approach. Implications for the Euganean Geothermal Field
Volume: 16/2011
Pages: 28-29
DOI: https://doi.org/

Giovanni Ruggieri (*)

Fluid inclusion studies of hydrothermal veins associated to travertines
Volume: 16/2011
Pages: 30
DOI: https://doi.org/

Ezher Toker (*), MehmetÖzkul (*) & Mi̇neSezgül Kayseri̇-Iözer (**)

The Stable Isotope Geochemistry and Pollen Records of the Late Quaternary Travertine Deposits, the Kocabaş area, Denizli, Western Turkey
Volume: 16/2011
Pages: 31-32
DOI: https://doi.org/

Ágnes Török (*), Viktoria Ünnep (*), Andrea Mindszenty (*) & Sándor Kele (**)

Sedimentology of the Kápolna-hegy travertine: spring-cone or lake? (Transdanubian Range, Hungary)
Volume: 16/2011
Pages: 33-34
DOI: https://doi.org/

Paola Tuccimei (*)

Uranium-series and trapped charge dating of tufa and travertines
Volume: 16/2011
Pages: 35
DOI: https://doi.org/

Viktória Veres (*), Magdolna Virág (**), Andrea Mindszenty (**) & Judit Mádl-Szőnyi (**)

Antropogenically modulated hydrological changes of the last 120 years recorded by an "indoor" travertine-precipitate of the "Rudas" Spa? (Buda Thermal Karst, Budapest, Hungary)
Volume: 16/2011
Pages: 36-38
DOI: https://doi.org/

Magdolna Virág (*), Andrea Mindszenty (*), Gergely Surányi (**) & Szabolcs Leél-Őssy (*)

Infiltration history of the last 50 thousand years as reflected by the anatomy of a flowstone type speleothem precipitated from dripwaters of the Pálvölgy-Mátyáshegy Cave System (Buda Thermal Karst, Budapest, Hungary)
Volume: 16/2011
Pages: 39-41
DOI: https://doi.org/

Wojciech Wróblewski (*) & Michał Gradziński (*)

Subsurface environmental processes and their significance in modern tufa growth − preliminary studies from Slovak Karst (Southern Slovakia)
Volume: 16/2011
Pages: 42
DOI: https://doi.org/

Saša Zavadlav (*) & Sonja Lojen (*)

Seasonal variation in stable isotopic and hydrogeochemical composition of tufa-depositing water in river Krka, Slovenia
Volume: 16/2011
Pages: 43-44
DOI: https://doi.org/