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Geological Quarterly
EN This paper describes in detail palynological data from the Carboniferous siliciclastic rock succession from the Siciny IG 1 and Marcinki IG 1 boreholes (SW Poland), that allow reinterpretation of the local stratigraphy. Two rock series of different ages were recognized. Rocks from the Siciny IG 1[...]
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Geological Quarterly
EN New palynological studies of the Carboniferous clastic deposits of SW Poland from six deep boreholes have provided diverse, but poorly preserved miospore assemblages. Probably all of these are mixed, consisting of taxa typical of the in terval from the Famennian to the Namurian. Namurian A deposits [...]
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Annales Societatis Geologorum Poloniae
EN Palynomorph assemblages of low taxonomic diversity are recorded from the basal Devonian strata in three boreholes in western Pomerania and Kujawy. The palynoflora is assigned to a younger, autochtonous assemblage, and an older, redeposited one. The composition of the younger assemblage suggests lowe[...]
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Geological Quarterly
2018 Vol. 62, No. 1 120--133
EN The paper provides new results of palynological studies of rocks from the Świebodzice Unit. An abundant Carboniferous miospores were found in rocks of the Pogorzała Formation from the southern part of this unit. These miospores occur in rocks containing also macrofloral and marine macrofaunal fossil[...]
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Annales Societatis Geologorum Poloniae
EN In this article, the most recent moldavite discoveries in Poland and their host sediments are characterised and discussed. They were discovered at Lasów, located about 8 km north of Zgorzelec (Poland) and Görlitz (Germany), about 700 m from the Polish-German border, close to the Lusatian Neisse (Nys[...]
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Geological Quarterly
2019 Vol. 63, No. 1 150--161
EN Tektites are glass bodies, rich in sill ca, resulting from the impact of a large bolide into ground rocks. Similar to other impactites they are prone to erosive processes, including fluvial abrasion. This study reports the results of an experimental tumbling that aimed at estimating the potential di[...]
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Przegląd Geologiczny
EN Carboniferous coal pebbles, were sampled for palynomorphs in the Dębowiec Formation (Miocene), from the Kozy MT3 borehole near (Bielsko-Biała). Five samples contained organic material useful for biostratigraphy. Based on miospore species, three Western Europe an miospore zones were recognized: ?KV ([...]
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Przegląd Geologiczny
EN The uppermost Ordovician in the Holy Cross Mountains is represented by sandy mudstones, sandstones and marls of the Zalesie Formation deposited during the Hirnantian regression. Two arcitarch assemblages were recognized in the studied Upper Ordovician succession of the southern Holy Cross Mountains.[...]
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Inżynieria Ekologiczna
2013 Nr 32 95--105
PL Celem pracy była weryfikacja czy występowanie materiału żwirowiskowego w korytach rzecznych stanowi jedyny czynnik odpowiedzialny za utrzymanie elementów biotycznych związanych ze środowiskami w bezpośrednim sąsiedztwie linii brzegowej. Badania terenowe prowadzono w przekrojach potoku górskiego Porę[...]
EN The aim of the investigation was to estimate factors responsible for sustaining riverine communities in stream sections with various bank regulation systems. The research were conducted on Porebianka stream in the Polish Western Carpathians, where 10 different types of river regulations were chosen [...]
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Acta Geologica Polonica
2013 Vol. 63, no. 3 399--424
EN Twenty-six bone samples from cave sediments mainly of Vistulian (Weichselian) age were radiocarbon (AMS) dated. The material comes from seven localities in the Krakow-Czestochowa Upland and in Podhale (southern Poland). These are: the Komarowa Cave, the Deszczowa Cave, the Upper Rock Shelter of the [...]
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Przegląd Geologiczny
EN The sponge fauna from the Danian glauconitic sandstone as exposed at Nasiłów, contains all species known from the underlying Upper Maastrichtian siliceous chalk and, additionally, some species not documented hitherto from the latter unit. The stratigraphic ranges of the all studied sponges indicate [...]
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Acta Geologica Polonica
EN Phosphatized sponges from the Santonian of the Wielkanoc Quarry are represented by 11 species of Hexactinosida and 16 species of Lychniscosida. Their species composition is most similar to the Micraster coranguinum Zone fauna (Middle Coniacian - Middle Santonian) of England. Three preservational gro[...]
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