Milan Luković (geologist)

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Born (1889-03-17) March 17, 1889 (age 134)
Kraljevo, Kingdom of Serbia
DiedSeptember 15, 1952(1952-09-15) (aged 63)
Belgrade, Serbia, Yugoslavia
  • Geologist
  • academician

Milan Luković (Kraljevo, Kingdom of Serbia, 17 April 1889 - Belgrade, Serbia, Yugoslavia, 15 September 1972) was a Serbian geologist and academician. [1]He is best remembered as a stratigrapher, structural geologist and hydrogeologist.[2]

He authored and co-author numerous scientific papers on geology,[3][4]and lectured at congresses on the same subject. [5]

Milan Luković was the chief editor of the Vesnik's 1940 Yearbook which contained annual reports of the director of the Serbian Geological Institute, reports of geologists on fieldwork and general geological information.[6]From 1947 until 1953, he was the president of the Serbian Geological Society.[7]


  2. Sarjeant, William Antony S. (1980). Geologists and the History of Geology: The individual geologists, L-Z.Prospectors, diviners, and mining engineers. ISBN 9780333293935.
  3. "Bulletin of the American Association of Petroleum Geologists". 1930.
  4. "Geological Survey Professional Paper". 1965.
  5. "News". 1967.
  6. "Vesnik: Geologija". 1972.

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