International Journal of Earth & Environmental Sciences Volume 1 (2016), Article ID 1:IJEES-109, 7 pages
Research Article
Triassic Succession of Zelovo Area (Svilaja Mt. - Karst Dinarides, Croatia): A Sedimentary Record from the Epeiric to Isolated Carbonate Platform Transition

Damir Bucković* and Ana Štampar

Department of Geology, Faculty of Science, University of Zagreb, Croatia
Dr. Damir Bucković , Department of Geology, Faculty of Science, University of Zagreb, Croatia; E-mail:
18 March 2016; 30 June 2016; 02 July 2016
Bucković D, Štampar A (2016) Triassic Succession of Zelovo Area (Svilaja Mt. - Karst Dinarides, Croatia): A Sedimentary Record from the Epeiric to Isolated Carbonate Platform Transition. Int J Earth Environ Sci 1: 109. doi:


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