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(2015) Constrains on the Timescale of the Silicic Magma Reservoir System during the Miocene Ignimbrite Flare-Up Episode in the Pannonian Basin, Eastern-Central Europe
Lukács R, Harangi S, Bachmann O, Guillong M & Dunkl I

(2015) Geo- and Thermochronology of Anatase as Benchmarks for Basin Evolution
Dunkl I, Gerdes A, Wolff R, Botor D, Wellhäuser A, Döhmann M & von Eynatten H

(2015) Geochronology and Evolution of the Youngest Volcano in the Carpathian-Pannonian Region
Molnár K, Harangi S, Dunkl I, Kiss B, Lukács R & Schmitt AK

(2015) Geochemical Characteristics of Two Phosphorite Occurrences from the Transdanubian Mountain Range (NW-Hungary)
Molnár Z, Kiss GB, Zaccarini F, Dunkl I & Dódony I

(2012) Development of (U-Th)/He Geochronology of Columbite Ores
Dunkl I, Melcher F, Henjes-Kunst F & von Eynatten H

(2012) Fluorite (U-Th)/He Thermochronology
Wolff R, Dunkl I & von Eynatten H

(2011) Composition of Error in LA-ICP-MS U/Pb Geochronology: Lessons from the Processing of Standard Measurement Series Performed in 10 Laboratories
Dunkl I, Tolosana-Delgado R & von Eynatten H

(2009) Anchizonal-Hydrothermal Growth and (U-Th)/He Dating of Rutile Crystals in the Sediments of Hawasina Window, Oman
Dunkl I & von Eynatten H

(2007) Data Handling, Outlier Rejection and Calculation of Isotope Concentrations from Laser ICP-MS Analyses by PEPITA Software
Dunkl I, Mikes T, Simon K & von Eynatten H

(2007) (U-Th)/He Dating of Faulting in the Southern Alps
Dunkl I, Danisík M, Picotti V, Frisch W, von Eynatten H & Castellarin A

(2006) Significance of high-elevated planation surfaces in interpreting thermotectonic evolution of the mountains.
Danišík M, Kuhlemann J, Dunkl I, Székely B & Frisch W

(2002) Component Analysis with Visualization of Fitting ? PopShare, a Windows Program for Data Analysis
Dunkl I & Székely B

(2000) Combination of Zircon Morphology and Fission Track Dating in Provenance Studies – Origin of the Macigno Formation (Apennines, Italy)
Di Giulio A, Dunkl I, Kuhlemann J & Frisch W

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