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Geological Quarterly
EN The Middle Ordovician (Dapingian) of the northern Holy Cross Mountains (central Poland) is represented by condensed limestones that make up the Pobroszyn Formation. They reveal a complex stratification reflecting alternating depositional conditions. The basal limestones were deposited in open-mar[...]
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Geological Quarterly
2012 Vol. 56, No. 4 853–-868
EN Miocene strata of the Carpathian Foredeep Basin in Poland contain reworked Eocene and Oligocene dinoflagellate cysts, which come from two sources: the Flysch Carpathians and the epicontinental basin. The occurrence of the latter is almost the only trace of the epicontinental Eocene–Oligocene sedimen[...]
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Geological Quarterly
2016 Vol. 60, No. 2 341--354
EN The area of investigation is situated close to the contact zone between the Pieniny Klippen Belt, Krynica Subunit of the Magura Nappe and the Neogene strata of the Orava–Nowy Targ Intramontane Basin (southern Poland). In the area studied, marine deposits of the Stare Bystre Formation outcrop at the [...]
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Geological Quarterly
2016 Vol. 60, No. 2 461--472
EN A section over 20 m thick of the basal Middle Miocene succession exposed at Lipowiec (Roztocze, SE Poland) was studied for palynology. Thirteen samples were collected from quartz and glauconitic-quartz sands and thin clay layers. Sand samples were barren but clay samples yielded dinoflagellate cysts[...]
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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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EN The silty top parts of graded turbidites of the Late Ordovician Pingliang Formation, which accumulated along the southern margin of the Ordos Basin (central China), have been reworked by contour currents. The reworking of the turbidites can be proven on the basis of paleocurrent directions in indivi[...]
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