Geologia Croatica welcomes original scientific papers dealing with diverse aspects of geology and geological engineering, the history of the Earth, and the physical changes that the Earth has undergone or it is undergoing. The Journal covers a wide spectrum of geology disciplines (palaeontology, stratigraphy, mineralogy, sedimentology, petrology, geochemistry, structural geology, karstology, hydrogeology and engineering geology) including pedogenesis, petroleum geology and environmental geology.

Papers especially concerning the Pannonian Basin, Dinarides, the Adriatic/Mediterranean region, as well as notes and reviews interesting to a wider audience (e.g. review papers, book reviews, and notes) are welcome.


Vol 74 No 3 (2021)

This figure shows vertical, perpendicular, and horizontal slicing crosssections of the CT data set of the BCF/ 4L2 core sample. The dry intersected sliced image (on the left)visualizes the CT HU variations accompanied by their spatial porosity distributions on the right. The underneath mapped sliced scales clarify the HU values and the voxel porosity percentages, respectively. The textural pattern of the Convolution deformed structure has been conserved in the CT porosity scan image; red arrows trace the convolute lamination in both scan image slices. For more information see the paper Abutaha, Geiger & Gulyás (this Vol.)

Published: 2021-10-13

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