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Our modelling also shows that the overpressures decrease with depth in the deepest part of the basin, enhancing primary migration into this unit from the overlying sediments, enhancing the prospectivity of the deepest unit. This research was funded by the IBS (Integrated Basin Studies) project, part of the JOULE I1 research programme funded by the Commission of European Communities (contract nr. JOU2-CT 92-0110). F. Horvgtth and L. Lenkey made significant contributions to the modelling of the Pannonian Basin.

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