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Rocky coasts

 

Collaborations

 

Evangelia Kyriazi (University of Kalamata, Greece): fossil wood preservation in Thailand

Nareerat Boonchai (Museum of Petrified Wood, Korat, Thailand): fossil forests in Thailand

Boglárka Erdei (Hungarian Natural History Museum, Budapest, Hungary)

 

 

Papers

 

3. Kázmér, M. (2011): Structure of the 7 Ma Bükkábrány fossil forest in Hungary. – Japanese Journal of Historical Botany 19/1-2, 47-54, Tokyo. [reprint]

2. Császár G., Erdei, B., Kázmér, M., Magyar, I. (2009): A possible Late Miocene fossil forest paleopark in Hungary. – In: Lipps, J.H. & Granier, B. (eds): PaleoParks – The protection and conservation of fossil sites worldwide. – Carnets de Géologie / Notebooks on Geology: Book 2009/3, Chapter 11, 121–133, 19 figs. [online version] [reprint]

1. Kázmér, M. (2008): The Miocene Bükkábrány Fossil Forest in Hungary – field observations and project outline. – Hantkeniana 6, 229 – 244, 22 figs, Budapest. [reprint]

 

 

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