The stratigraphic sequence of the Bohinj Valley


  • Tomaž Budkovič


The Upper Triassic and Lower Jurassic beds of the Bohinj Valley have already been well defined. Likewise the uppermost part of the geologic section has been properly assigned to Oligocene. Unsolved remained, however, the question of the stratigraphic position of the intermediate deposits. Unfortunately they have been considered to be of transitional Liassic-Doggerian character. Now the writer succeeded in finding a sufficient fossil evidence of their age. Clypeina jurassica from their lower part points to the Upper Jurassic series, whereas a foraminiferal assemblage found in their upper part is characteristic of the Lower Cretaceous rock unit.


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Budkovič, T. (1978). The stratigraphic sequence of the Bohinj Valley. Geologija, 21(2), 239–244. Retrieved from




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