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Radiometric dating of the Tertiary volcanics in Lower Silesia, Poland.II. K-Ar and palaeomagnetic data from Neogene basanites near Lądek Zdrój, Sudetes Mts
Datowanie radiometryczne trzeciorzedowych wulkanitow Dolnego Śląska. II. Daty K-Ari wyniki badan paleomagnetycznych neogenskich bazanitow okolic Lądka Zdroju w Sudetach K-Ar dating of CenozoicExpand
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Magnetostratigraphy of the Jurassic/Cretaceous boundary interval in the Western Tethys and its correlations with other regions: a review
Magnetostratigraphy is an important method in regional and worldwide correlations across the Jurassic/Cretaceous boundary. The M-sequence of magnetic anomalies, embracing this boundary, provides anExpand
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Magneto-, and isotope stratigraphy around the Jurassic/Cretaceous boundary in the Vysoká Unit (Malé Karpaty Mountains, Slovakia): correlations and tectonic implications
Magneto-, and isotope stratigraphy around the Jurassic/Cretaceous boundary in the Vysoká Unit (Malé Karpaty Mountains, Slovakia): correlations and tectonic implications Magneto- and isotopeExpand
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Magneto- and biostratigraphy of the Tithonian–Berriasian pelagic sediments in the Tatra Mountains (central Western Carpathians, Poland): sedimentary and rock magnetic changes at the
Abstract Tithonian–Berriasian pelagic limestones were sampled in the Križna (= lower Sub-Tatric) Nappe of the Tatra Mountains, central West Carpathians, Poland (19°49′E, 49°16′N). Palaeomagnetic,Expand
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Radiometric dating of the Tertiary volcanics in Lower Silesia, Poland. III. K-Ar and palaeomagnetic data from Early Miocene basaltic volcanics near Jawor, Fore-Sudetic Block
Datowanie radiometryczne trzeciorzedowych wulkanitow Dolnego Śląska. III. Daty K-Ar i wyniki badan paleomagnetycznych dolnomiocenskich skal bazaltowych okolic Jawora (Blok Przedsudecki) The K-ArExpand
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Early Cambrian location and affinities of the Brunovistulian terrane (Central Europe) in the light of palaeomagnetic data
The Brunovistulian was one of the first tectonic units of Central Europe to be defined as a ‘terrane’. In spite of extensive studies, the Early Palaeozoic palaeogeographical position and provenanceExpand
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New paleomagnetic results from the Upper Cretaceous red marls of the Pieniny Klippen Belt, Western Carpathians: Evidence for general CCW rotation and implications for the origin of the structural arc
Abstract The Pieniny Klippen Belt (PKB) is a narrow arcuate structure separating the Central and Outer Western Carpathians formed during several Cenozoic deformational stages. The primary aim of thisExpand
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Palaeomagnetic results from the fold and thrust belt of the Western Carpathians: an overview
Abstract The Western Carpathians are separated into an Outer and Inner Carpathians (both comprising several nappe systems) by the extremely narrow and highly deformed Pieniny Klippen Belt. The mainExpand
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Radiometric dating of the Tertiary volcanics in Lower Silesia, Poland. IV. Further K-Ar and palaeomagnetic data from Late Oligocene to Early Miocene basaltic rocksof the Fore-Sudetic Block
Datowanie radiometryczne trzeciorzedowych wulkanitow Dolnego Śląska. IV. Daty K-Ar i wyniki badan paleomagnetycznych poźnooligocenskich i wczesnomiocenskich skal bazaltowych bloku przedsudeckiego Expand
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New Berriasian palaeopole from the Central West Carpathians (Tatra Mountains, southern Poland): does it look Apulian?
SUMMARY A palaeomagnetic study was carried out in the northern part of the Central West Carpathians in the Tatra Mts (20 ◦ E, 49 ◦ N). Berriasian pelagic carbonates from the Krizna nappe (Fatricum)Expand
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