Studia Geophysica et Geodaetica

, Volume 38, Issue 2, pp 131–139

Similarities of and differences between three mountain belts at the border of the pannonian basin due to the behaviour of the mohorovičić discontinuity

Authors

  • Krešimir Čolić
    • Faculty of GeodesyUniversity of Zagreb
  • Svetozar Petrović
    • Faculty of GeodesyUniversity of Zagreb
  • Hans Sünkel
    • Graz University of Technology
  • Miloslav Burda
  • Miroslav Bielik
    • Geophysical InstituteSlovak Acad. Sci.
  • Vincenc Vyskočil
    • Geophysical InstituteAcad. Sci. Czech Republic
Article

DOI: 10.1007/BF02295909

Cite this article as:
Čolić, K., Petrović, S., Sünkel, H. et al. Stud Geophys Geod (1994) 38: 131. doi:10.1007/BF02295909
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Summary

The Dinarides, the Eastern Alps and the Western Carpathians being situated at the borders of the Pannonian basin, are of very similar origin. Therefore, the results obtained in the investigation of correlations between Earth gravity field parameters (absolute geoid undulations, gravity anomalies), the surface topography and the shape of the Mohorovičić discontinuity, were compared. It was found that these three regions have the same basic characteristics, but also their own specific features. While the similarities follow clearly from these investigations, the found differences might partly be a consequence of non-uniformity and unmatched quality of data sets used for the three regions.

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