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  1. Vienna is located in northeastern Austria, at the easternmost extension of the Alps in the Vienna Basin. The earliest settlement, at the location of today's inner city, was south of the meandering Danube while the city now spans both sides of the river. Elevation ranges from 151 to 542 m (495 to 1,778 ft).

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  2. Vienna Basin - Wikipedia

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    The Vienna Basin formations are a series of sedimentary layers that were deposited in the Neogene. It is situated on top of the Alpine fold and thrust belt, located at the junction between the Eastern Alps, the Carpathians, and the Pannonian Basin system. The Vienna Basin has been influenced by the evolution of each of these geologic systems.

  3. Vienna Basin | region, Austria | Britannica

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    The Vienna Basin, a lowland area lying immediately east of Vienna, contains Austria’s richest and most productive farmland. Vienna itself is bordered on the west by the well-known Vienna Woods (Wienerwald). The southern part of the Bundesland includes parts of the Central Alps with heights exceeding…

  4. The Vienna Basin | The Carpathians and Their Foreland ...

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    Jan 01, 2006 · Through conventional geoscientific research, a fundamental knowledge of the Vienna basin was acquired with the limited data available at the time. Since then, vast exploration programs of the Austrian, Czech, and Slovakian oil industries have contributed significantly to a more detailed understanding of the geological evolution of the basin.

    • Gerhard Arzmller, tpn Buchta, Eduard Ralbovsk, Godfrid Wessely
    • 23
    • 2006
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  6. Vienna - Wikipedia

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    Vienna is located in northeastern Austria, at the easternmost extension of the Alps in the Vienna Basin. The earliest settlement, at the location of today's inner city, was south of the meandering Danube while the city now spans both sides of the river. Elevation ranges from 151 to 542 m (495 to 1,778 ft).

  7. Home - Vienna Basin Section

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    SPE Vienna Basin Section - Newsletter Dear SPE VBS Members, This year the COVID-19 virus is affecting nearly everything SPE does including various technical and social events. As a consequence, all events hosted by the SPE Vienna Basin Section had to be cancelled and postponed for the upcoming months.

  8. Oil and gas in the Vienna Basin: hydrocarbon generation and ...

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    The Vienna Basin, a major petroleum province in Central Europe, hosts hydrocarbons in stacked carbonate and siliciclastic reservoirs. The study of 84 oil and 51 gas samples in the Austrian sector yields new insights into the petroleum system.

    • Bernhard J. Rupprecht, Reinhard F. Sachsenhofer, Clemens Zach, Achim Bechtel, Reinhard Gratzer, Frie...
    • 9
    • 2019
  9. Lower Miocene structural evolution of the central Vienna ...

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    The tectonic evolution of the Vienna Basin overlying the Alpine-Carpathian fold and thrust belt includes two stages of distinct basin subsidence and deformation.

    • Monika Hölzel, Kurt Decker, András Zámolyi, András Zámolyi, Philipp Strauss, Michael Wagreich
    • 53
    • 2010
  10. ADX eyes integrated Austrian hydrogen operation | The West ...

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    May 04, 2021 · The company’s lease holdings in the Vienna Basin include the Zisterdorf and Gaiselberg fields which host around 50 separate sub-surface oil and gas reservoirs, that are at various stages of development ranging from exploration through to production.

  11. Niederösterreich | state, Austria | Britannica

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    The Vienna Basin, a lowland area lying immediately east of Vienna, contains Austria’s richest and most productive farmland. Vienna itself is bordered on the west by the well-known Vienna Woods (Wienerwald). The southern part of the Bundesland includes parts of the Central Alps with heights exceeding 6,500 feet (1,980 metres).

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