Orsolya Sztanó
Orsolya Sztanó
associate professor, Department of Physical and Applied Geology, Eotvos Lorand University, Budapest
Verified email at caesar.elte.hu
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Tertiary subsurface facies, source rocks and hydrocarbon reservoirs in the SW part of the Pannonian Basin (northern Croatia and south-western Hungary)
B Saftić, J Velić, O Sztano, G Juhasz, Ž Ivković
Geologia Croatica 56 (1), 101-122, 2003
Progradation of the paleo-Danube shelf margin across the Pannonian Basin during the Late Miocene and Early Pliocene
I Magyar, D Radivojević, O Sztanó, R Synak, K Ujszászi, M Pócsik
Global and Planetary Change 103, 168-173, 2013
Aggradation and progradation controlled clinothems and deep-water sand delivery model in the Neogene Lake Pannon, Makó Trough, Pannonian Basin, SE Hungary
O Sztanó, P Szafián, I Magyar, A Horányi, G Bada, DW Hughes, DL Hoyer, ...
Global and Planetary Change 103, 149-167, 2013
Basin dimensions and morphology as controls on amplification of tidal motions (the Early Miocene North Hungarian Bay)
O Sztano, PL de Boer
Sedimentology 42 (4), 665-682, 1995
The tide-influenced Pétervására Sandstone, early Miocene, northern Hungary: sedimentology, palaeogeography and basin development
O Sztanó
Geologica ultraiectina 120, 1-155, 1994
Is there a Messinian unconformity in the Central Paratethys
I Magyar, O Sztanó
Stratigraphy 5 (3-4), 245-255, 2008
Preferred clast orientation in volcaniclastic mass-flow deposits: application of a new photo-statistical method
D Karátson, O Sztanó, T Telbisz
Journal of Sedimentary Research 72 (6), 823-835, 2002
Early Triassic vertebrate burrows from the Katberg Formation of the south‐western Karoo Basin, South Africa
EM Bordy, O Sztano, BS Rubidge, A Bumby
Lethaia 44 (1), 33-45, 2011
Time as an independent variable for current ripples developing towards linguoid equilibrium morphology
JH Baas, AP Oost, OK Sztano, PL de Boer, G Postma
Terra Nova 5 (1), 29-35, 1993
Oxygen-related facies in Lake Pannon deposits (Upper Miocene) at Budapest-Köbánya
I Magyar, PM Müller, O Sztanó, E Babinszki, M Lantos
Facies 52 (2), 209-220, 2006
Badenian (Middle Miocene) basin development in SW Hungary: subsidence history based on quantitative paleobathymetry of foraminifera
K Báldi, L Benkovics, O Sztanó
International Journal of Earth Sciences 91 (3), 490-504, 2002
Early Miocene basin evolution in Northern Hungary: tectonics and eustasy
O Sztanó, G Tari
Tectonophysics 226 (1-4), 485-502, 1993
Water-level changes and their effect on deepwater sand accumulation in a lacustrine system: a case study from the Late Miocene of western Pannonian Basin, Hungary
A Uhrin, O Sztanó
International Journal of Earth Sciences 101 (5), 1427-1440, 2012
Submarine fan-channel conglomerate of Lower Cretaceous, Gerecse Mts
O Sztanó
Neues Jahrbuch für Geologie und Paläontologie Monatshefte 7, 431-446, 1990
Erosional scours and meander development in response to river engineering: middle Tisza region, Hungary
Á Cserkész-Nagy, T Tóth, Ö Vajk, O Sztanó
Proceedings of the Geologists' Association 121 (2), 238-247, 2010
Palaeogeographic significance of tidal deposits: an example from an early Miocene Paratethys embayment, Northern Hungary
O Sztanó
Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 113 (2-4), 173-187, 1995
A Tihanyi Formáció a Balaton környékén: típusszelvény, képződési körülmények, rétegtani jellemzés.
O Sztanó, I Magyar, M Szónoky, M Lantos, P Müller, L Lenkey, L Katona, ...
Földtani Közlöny 143 (1), 73-98, 2013
Post-conference excursion: tectonics, sedimentation and magmatism along the Darnó Zone
L Fodor, G Radócz, O Sztanó, B Koroknai, L Csontos, S Harangi
GeoLines 19, 142-162, 2005
Pre-conference field trip: Mesozoic deformation of the northern Transdanubian Range (Gerecse and Vértes Hills)
L Fodor, O Sztanó, S Kövér
Acta Mineralogica-Petrographica, Field Guide Series 31, 1-34, 2013
Control of the Late Neogene (Pannonian sl) sedimentation by basement deformation in the Zala Basin
A Uhrin, I Magyar, O Sztanó
Földtani Közlöny 139 (3), 273-282, 2009
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