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29.  WAGREICH, M. & DRAGANITS, E. submitted. Early mining geochemical anomalies at around 3000 years BP as a potential stratigraphic marker for the base of an early Anthropocene. Quaternary Science Reviews,

28.  SCHNEIDHOFER, P., NAU, E., GUSTAVSEN, L., McGRAW, J.L., BILL, J., GANSUM, T., TONNING, C., NEUBAUER, W., PAASCHE, K., DRAGANITS, E. & TRINKS, I. submitted. Geoarchaeological field evaluation of GPR and magnetometry surveys at the Iron Age burial mound Rom Mellem, Norway.

27.  SCHNEIDHOFER, P., NAU, E., HINTERLEITNER, A., LUGMAYER, A., BILL, J., GANSUM, T., NEUBAUER, W., PAASCHE, K., SEREN, S. DRAGANITS, E. & TRINKS, I. submitted. Palaeoenvironmental analysis of large scale, high resolution GPR and magnetometry data sets: the Viking Age site Gokstad in Norway. Archaeological and Anthropological Sciences,

26.  ZÁMOLYI, A., SALCHER, B., DRAGANITS, E., EXNER, U., WAGREICH, M., HARZHAUSER, M., GIER, S., FIEBIG, M., LOMAX, J., SURÁNYI, G., DIEHL, M., ZÁMOLYI, F. submitted. Latest Pannonian and Quaternary evolution at the boundary between Eastern Alps and Pannonian Basin: New insights from shallow lake seismic and well data. International Journal of Earth Sciences, 

25. DRAGANITS, E., DONEUS, M., GANSUM, T., GUSTAVSEN, L., NAU, E., TONNING, C., TRINKS, I. & NEUBAUER, W. 2015. The late Nordic Iron Age and Viking Age royal burial site of Borre in Norway: ALS- and GPR-based landscape reconstruction and harbor location at an uplifting coastal area. Quaternary International, 367, 96-110. pdf (6.6 Mb) 

24. DRAGANITS, E., GIER, S., HOFMANN, C.C., JANDA, C., BOOKHAGEN & B., GRASEMANN, B. 2014. Holocene versus modern catchment erosion rates at 300 MW Baspa II hydroelectric power plant (India, NW Himalaya). Journal of Asian Earth Sciences, 90, 157-172. pdf (4.7 Mb)

23. HARZHAUSER, M., PECKMANN, J., BIRGEL, D., DRAGANITS, E., HUEMER, J., MANDIC, O. & THEOBALT, D. 2014. Stromatolite formation in the Paratethys Sea during the Middle-Miocene Climate Transition as witness of the Badenian Salinity Crisis. Facies, 60, 429-444. pdf (6.6 Mb)

22. DRAGANITS, E., GRASEMANN, B., JANDA, C., HAGER, C. & PREH, A. 2014. 300 MW Baspa II - India´s largest private hydroelectric facility on top of arock avalanche-dammed palaeo-lake (NW Himalaya). Regional geology, tectonic setting and seismicity. Engineering Geology, 169, 14-29. pdf (2.9 Mb)

21. SALIARI, K. & DRAGANITS, E. 2013. Early Bronze Age bone tubes from the Aegean: Archaeological context, usage and distribution. Archeometriai Műhely, X/3, 179-192. pdf (1.0 Mb)

20. RICE, A.H.N., IGLSEDER, C., GRASEMANN, B., ZÁMOLYI, A., NIKOLAKOPOULOUS, K.G., MITROPOULOS, D., VOIT, K., MÜLLER, M., DRAGANITS, E., ROCKENSCHAUB, M., TSOMBOS, P.I. 2012. A new geological map of the crustal-scale detachment on Kea (Western Cyclades, Greece). Austrian Journal of Earth Sciences, 105/3, 108-124 pdf (8.7 Mb)

19. HOFER, G., DRAGANITS, E., WAGREICH, M., HOFMANN, C.C., REISCHENBACHER, D., NEUHUBER, S., GRUNDTNER, M.L., BOTTIG, M.2011. Stratigraphy and geochemical characterisation of Upper Cretaceous non-marine – marine cycles (Grünbach Formation, Gosau Group, Austria). Austrian Journal of Earth Sciences, 104, 90-107 pdf (6.5 Mb)

18. RATH, A., EXNER, U., TSCHEGG, C., GRASEMANN, B., LANER, R. & DRAGANITS, E. 2011. Diagenetic control of deformation mechanisms in deformation bands in a carbonate grainstone. American Association of Petroleum Geologists Bulletin, 95, 1369-1381 pdf (5.8 Mb)

17. ERTL, A., DRAGANITS, E., GRASEMANN, B., NTAFLOS, T., GISTER, G. & TILLMANNS, E. 2011. Synkinematic tourmaline growth on brittle-ductile normal faults (Despotiko Island, Aegean). In: van Hinsbergen, V.J., Henry, D.J. & Marschall, H.R., Tourmaline: An ideal indicator of its host environment. The Canadian Mineralogist, 49, 105-116. pdf (4.2 Mb)

16. ZÁMOLYI, A., SZÉKELY, B., DRAGANITS E., & TIMÁR, G. 2010. Neotectonic control on river sinuosity at the western margin of the Little Hungarian Plain. Geomorphology, 122, 231-243. pdf (1.9 Mb)

15. DRAGANITS, E. 2009. The archaic sanctuary on Despotiko Island (Cyclades): Geological outline and lithological characterization of the building stones, with their possible provenance. Austrian Journal of Earth Sciences, 102, 91-102. pdf (0.5 Mb)

14. SZÉKELY, B., ZÁMOLYI, A., DRAGANITS, E. BRIESE, C. 2009. Geomorphic expression of neotectonic activity in a low relief area in an Airborne Laser Scanning DTM: a case study of the Little Hungarian Plain (Pannonian basin). In: Cloetingh, S., Thybo, H. & Faccenna, C. (eds.), TOPO-EUROPE: The Geoscience of coupled Deep Earth-surface processes. Tectonophysics, 474, 353-366. pdf (4.3 Mb)

13. DRAGANITS, E., SCHLAF, J., GRASEMANN, B. & ARGLES, T. 2008. Giant submarine landslide grooves in the Neoproterozoic/Lower Cambrian Phe Formation, northwest Himalaya: mechanisms of formation and palaeogeographic implications. Sedimentary Geology, 205, 126-141. pdf (5.0 Mb)

12. DRAGANITS, E., GRASEMANN, B. & HAGER, C. 2005. Conjugate, cataclastic deformation bands in the Lower Devonian Muth Formation (Tethyan Zone, NW India): evidence for pre-Himalayan deformation structures. Geological Magazine, 142, 765-781. pdf (0.8 Mb)

11. RICHARDS, A., ARGLES, T., HARRIS, N., PARRISH, R., AHMAD, T., DARBYSHIRE, F. & DRAGANITS, E. 2005. Himalayan architecture constrained by isotopic tracers from clastic sediments. Earth and Planetary Science Letters, 236, 773-796. pdf (1.2 Mb)

10. NEUMAYER, J., WIESMAYR, G., JANDA, C., GRASEMANN, B. & DRAGANITS, E. 2004. Eohimalayan fold and thrust belt in the NW-Himalaya (Lingti-Pin Valleys): Shortening and depth to detachment calculation. Austrian Journal of Earth Sciences, 95/96, 28-36. pdf (2.4 Mb)

9. DRAGANITS, E. & NOFFKE, N. 2004. Siliciclastic stromatolites and other microbially induced sedimentary structures in an Early Devonian barrier-island environment (Muth Formation, NW Himalayas), Journal of Sedimentary Research, 74, 191-202. pdf (2.3 Mb)

8. GRASEMANN, B., WIESMAYR, G., DRAGANITS, E. & FUSSEIS, F. 2004. Classification of refold structures. The Journal of Geology, 112, 119-125. pdf (0.4 Mb)

7. DRAGANITS, E., GRASEMANN, B. & SCHMID, H.P. 2003. Fluidization pipes and spring pits in a Gondwanan barrier-island environment: Groundwater phenomenon, palaeo-seismicity or a combination of both? In: Van Rensbergen, P., Maltman, A.J. & Morley, C.K. (eds.), Subsurface Sediment Mobilization. Geological Society, London, Special Publications, 216, 109-121. pdf (4.0 Mb)

6. DRAGANITS, E. & JANDA, C. 2003. Sub-aqueous artesian springs and associated spring pits in a Himalayan pond. Boreas, 32, 436-442. pdf (0.5 Mb)

5. NAGY, G., DRAGANITS, E., DEMÉNY, A., PANTÓ, G., ÁRKAI, P. 2002. Genesis and transformations of monazite, florencite and rhabdophane during medium grade metamorphism: examples of the Sopron Hills, Eastern Alps. In: Poitrasson, F., Schaltegger, U. & Hanchar, J.M. (eds.), Chemistry and Physics of Accessory Minerals: Crystallisation, Transformation and Geochronological Applications. Chemical Geology, Special Issues, 191/1-3, 25-46. pdf (0.8 Mb)

4. DRAGANITS, E., MAWSON, R., TALENT, J.A. & KRYSTYN, L. 2002. Lithostratigraphy, conodont biostratigraphy and depositional environment of the Middle Devonian (Givetian) to Early Carboniferous (Tournaisian) Lipak Formation in the Pin Valley of Spiti (NW India). Rivista Italiana di Paleontologia e Stratigrafia, 108, 7-35. pdf (1.8 Mb)

3. MILLER, C., THÖNI, M., FRANK, W., GRASEMANN, B., KLÖTZLI, U., GUNTLI, P., DRAGANITS, E. 2001. The early Palaeozoic magmatic event in the Northwest Himalaya, India: source, tectonic setting and age of emplacement. Geological Magazine, 138/3, 237-251. pdf (1.7 Mb)

2. DRAGANITS, E., BRADDY, S.J. & BRIGGS, D.E.G. 2001. A Gondwanan Coastal Arthropod Ichnofauna from the Muth Formation (Lower Devonian, Northern India): Paleoenvironment and Tracemaker Behavior. Palaios, 16/2, 126-147. pdf (1.0 Mb)

1. DRAGANITS, E., GRASEMANN, B. & BRADDY, S.J. 1998. Discovery of abundant arthropod trackways in the ?Lower Devonian Muth Quartzite (Spiti, India): implications for the depositional environment. Journal of Asian Earth Sciences, 16, 109-118. pdf (10.2 Mb)

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