ORIGIN OF CHERT NODULES FROM THE POLISH MUSCHELKALK, MIDDLE TRIASSIC

@inproceedings{Kwiatkowski2005ORIGINOC,
  title={ORIGIN OF CHERT NODULES FROM THE POLISH MUSCHELKALK, MIDDLE TRIASSIC},
  author={Stanis aw Kwiatkowski},
  year={2005}
}
In the Muschelkalk of Poland, carbonate nodules and chert nodules (siliceous and silico-carbonate ones) occur in two regions: the Upper Silesia and the Holy Cross Mountains. The chert nodules were formed by silicification of carbonate deposit, what is proved by silicified skeletal remains of carbonate fauna. The primary deposit formed in aerobic and sometimes evaporitic conditions was permeable, not lithified, and contained some per cent of SiO2. The silicification advanced either radially from… CONTINUE READING

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