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Geology, Geophysics and Environment
EN The objective of the present paper is to show clues which are provided for understanding the development and paleogeographic significance of the Lower Cretaceous carbonate platform sequences in different localities. The results are based mainly on the study of previous works and also on the prelimin[...]
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Geological Quarterly
2018 Vol. 62, No. 2 257--286
EN The foraminifera-based biostratigraphy of the Middle and Upper Jurassic of the Polish Lowlands was re-evaluated. Biostratigraphic charts providing ranges of the most important foraminiferal taxa characteristic of individual Jurassic stages are presented in relation to the currently used ammonite-bas[...]
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Geological Quarterly
2013 Vol. 57, No. 4 757–-768
EN Globorotaliids of the Skawina Formation (Badenian) come from deposits representing CPN 7 (Orbulina suturalis Zone) and CPN 8 sub-evaporite Wielician (Globigerina druryi–G. decoraperta Zone alias Uvigerina costai Zone) age. There are two taxonomic groups of globorotaliids in the studied material: glo[...]
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Geological Quarterly
EN The entire Zechstein Limestone section of the Zdrada IG 8 borehole (Northern Poland) is composed of oncoid packstone that is accompanied by stromatolites in the upper part of the unit. Deposition of the Zechstein Limestone occurred in persistently subtidal environments, above the storm wave base, in[...]
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Annales Societatis Geologorum Poloniae
EN Upper Jurassic and Lower Cretaceous deposits of the Crimea Peninsula are rich in microfossils frequently used for stratigraphic interpretations. In case of foraminifera, the research has been carried predomi- nantly on assemblages obtained by washing the rock samples. The present paper is based on i[...]
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Geological Quarterly
2012 Vol. 56, No. 4 881–-894
EN Neptunian dykes were recently recorded within the Middle Miocene (Upper Badenian and Lower Sarmatian) Medobory reef complex of the Carpathian Foreland in western Ukraine. The Upper Badenian reefs are cut by a regular, semi-perpendicular network of intersecting fissures that penetrate the Badenian re[...]
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Geological Quarterly
2013 Vol. 57, No. 4 701–-728
EN The Tomanová Formation, of Rhaetian age, overlying the Norian Carpathian Keuper in the Tatra Mts. is built of cyclic parasequences of mudstones and sandstones. Quartz (15 to 70 wt.%), kaolinite (13 to 46 wt.%) and 2:1 Al dioctahedral phyllosilicates (dioct 2:1: muscovite, illite, illite/smectite: 5[...]
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Geological Quarterly
EN The paper give a biostratigraphic interpretation of the Emsian to Eifelian in the Łysogóry and Kielce regions of the Holy Cross Mountains, based on the different groups of microfossils: miospores, conodonts, ostracods and foraminifers. Four miospore zones were identified in the uppermost Pragian, Em[...]
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Volumina Jurassica
EN During the Late Jurassic the geotectonic reorganization of the extensive shelves on the southern margins of the Eastern European Platform was influenced by rifting in the Carpathian Basin which resulted in formation of the marginal Tethyan seas. The origin of the Silesian Basin was correlated with t[...]
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Geological Quarterly
EN A combined micropalaeontological and stable isotope study of the Dubivtsi chalk in the Western Ukraine indicates its middle late Turonian age. One long-term and clearly distinguishable positive excursion of the isotope curve (d13
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Geological Quarterly
EN Study of foraminiferal and dinoflagellate cyst assemblages and palynofacies occurring in 2 m-thick marls cropping out beneath a giant gypsum intergrowth unit in the Borków gypsum quarry in Southern Poland, one of the key Badenian evaporite sections in the Polish Carpathian Foredeep Basin, has shown [...]
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Geological Quarterly
EN The depositional environment of the southern part of the Carpathian Foredeep in the Czech Republic was studied in two boreholes using sedimentological and palaeontological methods. Eight lithofacies were recognised within cores of the early Badenian deposits, comprising two facies associations, name[...]
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Przegląd Geologiczny
EN The marine Miocene in the Southern Poland occurs within theflysch sequence of Outer Carpathians and in its foredeep. In Carpathians a continuous succession of nannoplankton zones from NP24 to NN4 had been found, while the earliest sediments of the foredeep may be assigned only to the NN3 nannoplankt[...]
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Studia Geologica Polonica
2005 Vol. 124 99-116
EN Large-sized, porcelaneous, planispiral-involute foraminifera react to the loss of alar chamber extensions in the transition from reniform to cyclical growth stages by compensating the abrupt loss of alar apertures with the production of meandrine lateral chambers fed from apertures in the ultimate a[...]
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Studia Geologica Polonica
2005 Vol. 124 215-236
EN The Late Cretaceous-Palaeogene flyschoidal deposits of the Sromowce and Jarmuta formations of the Pieniny Klippen Belt contain gravelstones composed of exotic pebbles of various lithology and age. Many pebbles are derived from the destroyed Early Cretaceous carbonate platform. They contain microfoss[...]
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Geological Quarterly
2014 Vol. 58, No. 3 465--484
EN The Upper Badenian marly shales overlying gypsum and the Ratyn Limestone at Shchyrets, Ukraine, contain moderately to well-preserved benthic (calcareous only) and planktonic foraminifers, and palynofacies dominated by bisaccate pollen grains, presumably transported by wind. Both foraminiferal and di[...]
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Geological Quarterly
2016 Vol. 60, No. 2 517--536
EN The Badenian section of Anadoly near Kamyanets Podilskyy (Ukrainian Carpathian Foredeep Basin) consists of the Tyras Fm. (gypsum and Ratyn Limestone) and the Ternopil Mb. of the Kosiv Fm. The latter are 5.3 m thick and are composed of dark grey mudstones with limestone intercalations. This study ind[...]
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Studia Geologica Polonica
2005 Vol. 124 143-158
EN Modelling of foraminiferal tests (shells) started from the fixed-reference models, which used fixed points or axes as coordinate systems. Simulated shells are limited to simple planispiral, trochospiral or uniserial shell patterns, stable throughout ontogeny. On the other hand, various groups of for[...]
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Studia Geologica Polonica
2005 Vol. 124 297-324
EN The presented research results are an attempt at establishing the relative depth of sediment deposition in the Subsilesian zone of the Carpathian basin. To estimate palaeodepth calcareous and agglutinated foraminifera were investigated, taking into account the preservation conditions, life environme[...]
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Geological Quarterly
2005 Vol. 49, No. 3 275--290
EN Spicule-rich turbidites are widespread in mid-Cretaceous deep-water flysch of the Subsilesian and Silesian units in the Polish Outer Carpathians. The spicule-richmaterial with an admixture of numerous radiolarian and foraminiferal particles was supplied, together with siliciclastic material, from sh[...]
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