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Carpathian Foredeep Basin (Poland and Ukraine): Its Sedimentary, Structural, and Geodynamic Evolution
The Polish and Ukrainian Carpathian Foredeep, about 600 km (376 mi) long and as much as 100 km (62 mi) wide, is part of the large sedimentary basin that stretches for more than 1300 km (816 mi) fromExpand
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Structural inversion of the Pomeranian and Kuiavian segments of the Mid-Polish Trough -- lateral variations in timing and structural style
Seven high-quality reflection-seismic lines, calibrated by wells, were interpreted in an effort to assess the timing of inversion and the structural configuration of the Pomeranian and KuiavianExpand
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Post-Variscan (end Carboniferous-Early Permian) basin evolution in Western and Central Europe
Abstract The Variscan orogeny, resulting from the collision of Laurussia with Gondwana to form the supercontinent of Pangaea, was followed by a period of crustal instability and re-equilibrationExpand
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Contrasting tectonic and sedimentary history of the central and eastern parts of the Polish Carpathian foredeep basin — results of seismic data interpretation
Polish Carpathian foredeep basin (PCFB) is located at the junction between Western and Eastern European Platforms. Such location caused different evolution of various parts of this basin. In theExpand
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Heat flow models across the Trans-European Suture Zone in the area of the POLONAISE’97 seismic experiment
Abstract Heat flow data from the Polish basin show a sharp change in the transition from the East European Craton (EEC) and Teisseyre–Tornquist Zone (TTZ) in the north-east to the accreted terranesExpand
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Mid-Polish Trough inversion – seismic examples, main mechanisms, and its relationship to the Alpine-Carpathian collision
Numerous brittle deformations related to the Late Cretaceous inversion of the Mid-Polish Trough (MPT) have been identified in its various parts using seismic data. The role of Zechstein evaporiticExpand
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Is the Teisseyre-Tornquist Zone an ancient plate boundary of Baltica?
The Teisseyre-Tornquist Zone (TTZ) is generally regarded as a fossil plate boundary in Europe that extends 2000 km from the Baltic Sea to the Black Sea. We used an integrated approach mergingExpand
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Devonian–Cretaceous repeated subsidence and uplift along the Teisseyre–Tornquist zone in SE Poland — Insight from seismic data interpretation
Abstract The Teisseyre–Tornquist Zone that separates the East European Craton from the Palaeozoic Platform forms one of the most fundamental lithospheric boundaries in Europe. Devonian toExpand
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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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Triassic-Jurassic evolution of the Pomeranian segment of the Mid-Polish Trough — basement tectonics and subsidence patterns (reply)
Based on reflection seismic data, a regional tectonic model was constructed for the sub-Zechstein basement of the Pomeranian (NW) segment of the Mid-Polish Trough (MPT). This model is based on theExpand
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