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Tetrapod trackways from the early Middle Devonian period of Poland
The fossil record of the earliest tetrapods (vertebrates with limbs rather than paired fins) consists of body fossils and trackways. The earliest body fossils of tetrapods date to the Late DevonianExpand
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On the origin of the Southern Permian Basin, Central Europe
Abstract A detailed study of the structural and stratigraphic evolution of the Southern Permian Basin during latest Carboniferous to Early Jurassic times, supported by quantitative subsidenceExpand
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Abstract The Polish Basin forms the easternmost part of the Permian-Mesozoic northwest European basin. The depocentral axis of the Polish Basin, the Mid-Polish Trough (MPT), is superimposed on theExpand
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Development and inversion of Devonian and Carboniferous basins in the eastern part of the Variscan foreland (Poland)
The Polish part of the Central European Variscan foreland includes several regional units that differ in crustal structure and are characterized by distinct Devonian to Carboniferous subsidence andExpand
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Biomarkers as environmental indicators in a carbonate complex, example from the Middle to Upper Devonian, Holy Cross Mountains, Poland
Abstract Autochthonous biomarker distributions were studied in an array of different subfacies of a Devonian carbonate complex (represented in platform, reef and off-platform shelf-basinal systems).Expand
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Ordovician through earliest Devonian development of the Holy Cross Mts. (Poland): constraints from subsidence analysis and thermal maturity data
The Lysogory Block (LB) exposed in the northern Holy Cross Mts. (HCMts.) reveals subsidence and thermal development consistent with the pattern observed in adjoining East European Craton (EEC) areas.Expand
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Turning Points in Sedimentary Development in the Late Devonian in Southern Poland
Abstract Upper Devonian facies sequences were studied in three different structural and paleogeographical settings within the epicontinental marginal basin of southern Poland. Facies and conodontExpand
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New basin modelling results from the Polish part of the Central European Basin system: implications for the Late Cretaceous–Early Paleogene structural inversion
Combined subsidence and thermal 1D modelling was performed on six well-sections located in the north-western Mid-Polish Trough/Swell in the eastern part of the Central European Basin system. TheExpand
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Deep seismic reflection profile in Central Europe reveals complex pattern of Paleozoic and Alpine accretion at the East European Craton margin
[1] The first deep reflection seismic profile was acquired across the Teisseyre-Tornquist Zone (TTZ), a major European suture zone, southeast of the Avalonia-Baltica collision zone, portrayingExpand
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