Péczel is located a half-hour's ride by rail east of Budapest. Extensive exposures have been made east of the town in a brickyard lying just north of the railway. For two hundred yards interrupted exposures face the railway. Eastward the line of exposures sweeps around the end of a ridge, and is continued northward, on the north side of a narrow valley, along the side of an upland which borders another valley extending in a northerly direction. The entire region lies south of the southern boundary of the European drift sheets.
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"The Loess of Péczel, Hungary,"
Proceedings of the Iowa Academy of Science, 22(1), 285-288.
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