Category: Vol. 77, No 2

The contribution of Stanisław Dżułyński to flysch sedimentology: A 'Western' perspective

Czasopismo : Annales Societatis Geologorum Poloniae
Tytuł artykułu : The contribution of Stanisław Dżułyński to flysch sedimentology: A 'Western' perspective

Autorzy :
Kelling, G.
School of Earth Sciences & Geography, Keele University, Staffs., England, U.K., g.kelling@esci.keele.ac.uk,
Abstrakty : Abstract: In his ground-breaking research on the sedimentary structures of turbidites, Stanisław Dżułyński demonstrated and took to new levels of accomplishment the defining attributes of the Kraków School of flysch sedimentology established by Marian Książkiewicz at the Jagiellonian University. These attributes included a meticulous approach to fieldwork, the ability to recognize the scalar and vector relationships of diverse sedi- mentary features, a working knowledge of several languages, a capacity to describe systematically structures that had previously received scant attention in the world literature of geology, and innovation in the transfer of scientific knowledge. Dżułyński also added elements that were distinctively his own: a highly inventive approach to the replication of turbidite sedimentary structures in laboratory flumes, an openness to new ideas, boundless enthusiasm for his chosen field, and an exuberantly outgoing personality. In spite of worldwide recognition for his numerous and wide-ranging achievements in geology, he viewed himself first and foremost as one of the senior students of Marian Książkiewicz. In this role, Dżułyński utilised every opportunity to present with great insight and objectivity the work of the Kraków School, enthusiastically shared his extensive knowledge of sedimentology with experienced colleagues and new acquaintances alike and, in particular, gave generous encouragement to young researchers.

Słowa kluczowe : sedimentary structures, turbidites, Carpathian flysch, laboratory flume studies, knowledge transfer,
Wydawnictwo : Polskie Towarzystwo Geologiczne
Rocznik : 2007
Numer : Vol. 77, No 2
Strony : 93 – 103
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Dżułyński, S. & Radomski, A., 1966. Experiments on bedding disturbances produced by impact of heavy suspensions upon horizontal sedimentary layers. Bulletin de l'Academie Polonaise des Sciences, Sér. sci. géol. géogr., 14: 227-230.
Dżułyński, S. & Sanders, J. E., 1962. Current marks on firm mud bottoms. Transaction of the Connecticut Academy of Arts and Sciences, 42: 57-96.
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Dżułyński, S. & Simpson, F., 1966b. Influence of bottom irregularities and transported tools upon experimental sole markings. Rocznik Polskiego Towarzystwa Geologicznego, 36: 284-294.
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Professor Marian Książkiewicz – Carpathian geologist

Czasopismo : Annales Societatis Geologorum Poloniae
Tytuł artykułu : Professor Marian Książkiewicz – Carpathian geologist

Autorzy :
Kelling, G.
School of Earth Sciences & Geography, Keele University, Staffs., England, U.K., g.kelling@esci.keele.ac.uk,
Ślączka, A.
Institute of Geological Sciences, Jagiellonian University, 30-063 Kraków, Oleandry 2a, Poland,
Abstrakty :
Słowa kluczowe :
Wydawnictwo : Polskie Towarzystwo Geologiczne
Rocznik : 2007
Numer : Vol. 77, No 2
Strony : 105 – 105
Bibliografia : Bieda, F. & Książkiewicz, M., 1958. On the age of the Babia Góra sandstone. (In Polish, English summary). Kwartalnik Geologiczny, 2: 841-853.
Bieda, F., Geroch, S., Koszarski, L., Książkiewicz, M. & Żytko, K., 1963. Stratigraphie des Karpates externes polonaises. Biuletyn Instytutu Geologicznego, 181: 5-174.
Bieda, F., Jednorowska, A. & Książkiewicz, M., 1967. Stratigraphy of the Magura Series around Babia Góra. (In Polish, English summary). Biuletyn Instytutu Geologicznego, 211: 293-320.
Burtan, J., Książkiewicz, M. & Sokołowski, S., 1933. Über das Auftreten der Radiolaritschiefer in der mittleren Kreide der West-Beskiden (In Polish, German summary). Rocznik Polskiego Towarzystwa Geologicznego, 9: 96-99.
Burtanówna, J., Konior, K. & Książkiewicz, M., 1938. Carte geologique des Karpates de Silesie, 1: 50,000. (In Polish, French summary). PAU, Wydawnictwa Œląskie.
Dżułyński, S., Kuenen, Ph. H. & Książkiewicz, M., 1959. Turbidites in Flysch of the Polish Carpathian Mountains. Bulletin of the Geological Society of America, 70: 1089-1118.
Gaweł, A. & Książkiewicz, M., 1936. Die Porphyritgesteine aus den Westkarpathen. (In Polish, German summary) Rocznik Polskiego Towarzystwa Geologicznego, 12: 569-611.
Geroch, S., Jednorowska, A., Książkiewicz, M. & Liszkowa, J., 1967. Stratigraphy based upon microfauna in the Western Polish Carpathians. Biuletyn Instytutu Geologicznego, 211: 185-282.
Grad, M., Guterch, A., Randy Keller, G., Janik, T., Hegedus, E., Vozar, J., Ślączka, A., Tura, T. & Yliniemi, J., 2006. Lithospheric structure beneath trans-Carpathian transect from Precambrian platform to Pannonian basin: CELEBRATION 2000 seismic profile CEL05. Journal of Geophysical Research, 111,BO3301: 1-23.
Książkiewicz, M., 1929. Spostrzeżenia nad budową geologiczną wschodniego Beskidu Małego. (In Polish). Sprawozdania Komisji Fizjograficznej PA U, 63: 151-153.
Książkiewicz, M., 1930. Geologische Untersuchungen in den Wadowicer Karpathen. I Teil. Stratigraphisch-tektonische Verhältnisse. Bulletin del'Académie Polonaise des Sciences et des Lettres, Serie A: 112-144.
Książkiewicz, M., 1931a. Beobachtungen über das Auftreten der Gerölle der urkarpathischen Gesteine in der Wadowicer Karpathen. (In Polish, German summary). Rocznik Polskiego Towarzystwa Geologicznego, 7: 319- 329.
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Książkiewicz, M., 1931c. Tektonika południowej części strefy cieszyńskiej między Olzą a Wisłą. (In Polish). Sprawozdania Komisji Fizjograficznej PA U, 36: 40.
Książkiewicz, M., 1932a. Sprawozdanie z badañ geologicznych wykonanych w 1931 r. na arkuszu Wadowice. (In Polish). Posiedzenia naukowe Państwowego Instytutu Geologicznego, 33: 35-37.
Książkiewicz, M., 1932b. Der Bau des südlichen Teiles der Teschener Zone zwischen der Olsa and der Weichsel. Bulletin del'Académie Polonaise des Sciences et des Lettres, Serie A: 132-206.
Książkiewicz, M., 1932c. Der Bau der randlichen Wadowicer Beskiden und ihr Verhältnis zum Vorlande. (In Polish, German summary). Rocznik Polskiego Towarzystwa Geologicznego, 8:49-91.
Książkiewicz, M., 1933. Beitrag zur Kenntnis der mittleren Kreide der Godula-Decke in der West-Karpaten (In Polish, German summary). Rocznik Polskiego Towarzystwa Geologicznego, 9: 88-95.
Książkiewicz, M., 1934a. Zones des Klippes carpathiques aux environs d'Andrychów. I. Klippes d'lnwałd et de Roczyny. C. R. Acad. Pol., 2: 7.
Książkiewicz, M., 1934b. Zones des Klippes carpathiąues aux environs d'Andrychów. II. Klippes de Pańska Góra et de Targanice. C. R. Acad. Pol., 3: 5.
Książkiewicz, M., 1935a. Sur la structure des masses marginales de la nappe de Magura entre Sułkowice et Sucha (In Polish, French summary). Rocznik Polskiego Towarzystwa Geologicznego, 11: 104-120.
Książkiewicz, M., 1935b. Die äussere Karpathische Klippenzone bei Andrychów. I. Die Klippen von Inwałd und Roczyny. Bulletin del Académie Polonaise des Sciences et des Lettres, Serie A: 92-106.
Książkiewicz, M., 1935c. Die äussere Karpathische Klippenzone bei Andrychów. II. Die Klippen in Pańska Góra und Targanice. Bulletin del 'Académie Polonaise des Sciences et des Lettres, Serie A: 209-220.
Książkiewicz, M., 1935d. Die äussere Karpathische Klippenzone bei Andrychów. III. Die Stratigraphie der Klippenserie und ihre Stellung im Bau der West-Karpaten. Bulletin del Académie Polonaise des Sciences et des Lettres, Serie A: 221-233.
Książkiewicz, M., 1936. La structure de la zone de Lanckorona. Bulletin del Académie Polonaise des Sciences et des Lettres, Serie A: 299-314.
Książkiewicz, M., 1938. Fauna górnoneokomska z Lanckorony. (In Polish). Sprawozdania Komisji Fizjograficznej PAU, 72: 223-261.
Książkiewicz, M., 1941. Geologische Karte des General-gouvernements, Bl. 19-29. Wadowice, 1: 50.000. Amt für Bodenforschung, Krakau (printed without knowledge of the author). Mapping conducted in 1926-1937 years.
Książkiewicz, M., 1948a. Current bedding in Carpathian Flysch. (In Polish, English summary). Rocznik Polskiego Towarzystwa Geologicznego, 17: 137-152.
Książkiewicz, M., 1948b. Stratigraphy of the Magura series north of the Babia Góra (Western Carpathians). (In Polish, English summary). Biuletyn Państwowego Instytutu Geologicznego, 48: 1-35.
Książkiewicz, M., 1950a. On the age of variegated marls in the flysch on the Western Carpathians. (In Polish, English summary). Rocznik Polskiego Towarzystwa Geologicznego, 19: 315-338.
Książkiewicz, M., 1950b. Slipbedding in the Carpathian Flysch. (In Polish, English summary). Rocznik Polskiego Towarzystwa Geologicznego, 19: 493-501.
Książkiewicz, M., 1951a. Objaśniena arkusza Wadowice. Ogólna mapa geologiczna Polski 1: 50 000. (In Polish). Państwowy Instytut Geologiczny, Warszawa, 283 pp.
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Książkiewicz, M., 1954a. Evolution of the Carpathian Flysch geosyncline. C. R. XIX Session, Congrés géologique international, Alger 1952, 14: 9-15.
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Książkiewicz, M., 1954c. Zagadnienia stratygrafii Karpat na tle paleogeografii (in Polish, English summary). Przegląd Geologiczny, 4: 445-455.
Książkiewicz, M., 1955. Stratigraphy of the Jurassic and Cretaceous of Bachowice. Bulletin de I Académie Polonaise des Sciences, Cl. III, 3: 503-508.
Książkiewicz, M., 1956a. Geology of the northern Carpathians. Geologische Rundschau, 45: 369-411.
Książkiewicz, M., 1956b. The Jurassic and Cretaceous of Bachowice (Western Carpathians). (In Polish, English summary). Rocznik Polskiego Towarzystwa Geologicznego, 24 (1954): 117-303.
Książkiewicz, M., 1958a. Sedimentation in the Carpathian Flysch sea. Geologische Rundschau, 41: 418-425.
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Książkiewicz, M., 1958d. Thermal contact with volcanic rock at Kamionna near Bochnia (Carpathians). (In Polish, English summary). Kwartalnik Geologiczny, 24: 706-709.
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Książkiewicz, M., 1960b. Outline of the paleogeography in the Polish Flysch Carpathians. (In Polish, English summary). Prace Instytutu Geologicznego, 30: 209-239.
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Książkiewicz, M., 1962. Sur quelques analogies lithostratigraphiques entre les Carpates roumaines et polonaises. Bulletin de I Académie Polonaise des Sciences, Sér. Sc. géol. géogr., 10: 11-17.
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Książkiewicz, M., 1963b. La faune tithonique de Woźniki (Carpathes Polonaises Occidentales). Rocznik Polskiego Towarzystwa Geologicznego, 33: 265-272.
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Książkiewicz, M., 1965. Les cordilleres dans les mers cretacées et paléogens des Carpathes du Nord. Bulletin Soc. Géol. France, Sér. 7, 7: 443-455.
Książkiewicz, M., 1966. Contributions to the geology of Wadowice region. (In Polish, English summary). Rocznik Polskiego Towarzystwa Geologicznego, 36: 395-406.
Książkiewicz, M., 1967. Globigerina marls at Skawinki. (In Polish, English summary). Biuletyn Instytutu Geologicznego, 211:365-367.
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Książkiewicz, M., 1968b. Observations on jointing in the Flysch Carpathians. (In Polish, English summary). Rocznik Polskiego Towarzystwa Geologicznego, 38: 335-384.
Książkiewicz, M., 1970 Observations of the ichnofauna in the Polish Carpathians. In: Crimes, T. P. & Harper, C. (eds), Trace Fossils. Geological Journal, Special Issue, 3: 283-322.
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Książkiewicz, M., 1971b. Geology of Sidzina near Jordanów (Western Carpathians). (In Polish, English summary). Rocznik Polskiego Towarzystwa Geologicznego, 40: 377-391.
Książkiewicz, M., 1971c. On the origin of the Cieszyn Limestone in the Carpathian Fłysch. Bulletin de l'Académie Polonaise des Sciences, Ser. Sc. Terre, 19, 2: 131-135.
Książkiewicz, M., 1971d. On the origin of the Inwałd Limestone (Outer Carpathian Klippes). Bulletin de l'Académie Polonaise des Sciences, Ser. Sc. Terre, 19, 2: 91-98.
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Książkiewicz, M., 1973. On some analogies between the Caucasian and Carpathian Flysch. (In Polish, English summary). Rocznik Polskiego Towarzystwa Geologicznego, 43: 131-149.
Książkiewicz, M., 1974. Contribution a l'étude de la faune du Tithonique de Woźniki (Carpathes Polonaises Occidentales). Acta Geologica Polonica, 24: 437-456.
Książkiewicz, M., 1975. Bathymetry of the Carpathian Flysch Basin. Acta Geologica Polonica, 25: 309-367.
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Książkiewicz, M., & Liszkowa, J., 1959. Subsilesian series near Goleszów (Silesia). (In Polish, English summary). Kwartalnik Geologiczny, 3: 91-101.
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Marian Książkiewicz (1906-1981): The 25th anniversary of his death

Czasopismo : Annales Societatis Geologorum Poloniae
Tytuł artykułu : Marian Książkiewicz (1906-1981): The 25th anniversary of his death

Autorzy :
Kelling, G.
School of Earth Sciences & Geography, Keele University, Staffs., England, U.K., g.kelling@esci.keele.ac.uk,
Ślączka, A.
Institute of Geological Sciences, Jagiellonian University, 30-063 Kraków, Oleandry 2a, Poland,
Morycowa, E.
Institute of Geological Sciences, Jagiellonian University, 30-063 Kraków, Oleandry 2a, Poland,
Abstrakty :
Słowa kluczowe :
Wydawnictwo : Polskie Towarzystwo Geologiczne
Rocznik : 2007
Numer : Vol. 77, No 2
Strony : 117 – 121
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Lacustrine trace fossils and environmental conditions in the Early Miocene Ermenek Basin, southern Turkey

Czasopismo : Annales Societatis Geologorum Poloniae
Tytuł artykułu : Lacustrine trace fossils and environmental conditions in the Early Miocene Ermenek Basin, southern Turkey

Autorzy :
Kelling, G.
School of Earth Sciences & Geography, Keele University, Staffs., England, U.K., g.kelling@esci.keele.ac.uk,
Ślączka, A.
Institute of Geological Sciences, Jagiellonian University, 30-063 Kraków, Oleandry 2a, Poland,
Morycowa, E.
Institute of Geological Sciences, Jagiellonian University, 30-063 Kraków, Oleandry 2a, Poland,
Uchman, A.
Institute of Geological Sciences, Jagiellonian University, Oleandry 2a, 30-063 Kraków, Poland, alfred.uchman@uj.edu.pl,
Abstrakty : The Early Miocene lacustrine succession of the Ermenek Basin, an intramontane graben in southern Anatolia, consists of hemipelagic, variably calcareous mudstones and pelagic marlstones densely interspersed with tempestite sandstone sheets, subordinate turbidite sandstone sheets and sporadic layers of evaporitic limestone. The marly lake was hydrologically closed and mainly no deeper than 10 m, with the mean fairweather wave base at 1.5 m and storm wave base around 5 m. The deposits abound in trace fossils, including Vagorichnus cf. anyao (its second recognized occurrence), endichnial ferruginous ribbons, large tubular structures, oblique cylinders, small discontinuous ridges, undulating ridges, planar wall structures and a range of other bioturbational features. The tempestites and turbidites show both pre-and post-event trace fossils, with recognizable mixed and transitional layers similar as reported from marine tempestites and turbidites. The trace fossils constitute an impoverished Mermia ichnofacies indicating a considerable environmental stress. The lake salinity fluctuated, and the stress factor is attributed to the extreme environmental conditions (increased salinity and unusual water chemistry) caused by episodes of brackishness due to decreases in rainfall and increases in evaporation. Freshwater conditions are indicated by benthic ostracods and mollusc shells in offshore mudstones and by gastropod shells in coastal coal deposits, whereas marly layers contain only the ostracod species Miocyprideis glabra asulcata, implying mesohaline to polyhaline conditions.

Słowa kluczowe : bioturbation, Vagorichnus, intramontane lake, tempestites, turbidites, Central Taurides,
Wydawnictwo : Polskie Towarzystwo Geologiczne
Rocznik : 2007
Numer : Vol. 77, No 2
Strony : 123 – 139
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Actinaraeopsis ventosiana, a new scleractinian species from the Lower Cretaceous of Provence (SE France)

Czasopismo : Annales Societatis Geologorum Poloniae
Tytuł artykułu : Actinaraeopsis ventosiana, a new scleractinian species from the Lower Cretaceous of Provence (SE France)

Autorzy :
Kelling, G.
School of Earth Sciences & Geography, Keele University, Staffs., England, U.K., g.kelling@esci.keele.ac.uk,
Ślączka, A.
Institute of Geological Sciences, Jagiellonian University, 30-063 Kraków, Oleandry 2a, Poland,
Morycowa, E.
Institute of Geological Sciences, Jagiellonian University, 30-063 Kraków, Oleandry 2a, Poland,
Uchman, A.
Institute of Geological Sciences, Jagiellonian University, Oleandry 2a, 30-063 Kraków, Poland, alfred.uchman@uj.edu.pl,
Morycowa, E.
Institute of Geological Science, Jagiellonian University, Oleandry Str. 2a, 30-063 Kraków, Poland,
Abstrakty : Actinaraeopsis ventosiana is a new scleractinian coral species from the Lower Cretaceous shallow- water limestones of the Mont Ventoux (Provence, SE France). To date only two Late Jurassic species of this genus have been known, i.e. Actinaraeopsis araneola Roniewicz and A. exilis Roniewicz. The new species shows some similarity to the Jurassic species A. araneola, but differs in microstructure details and morphometric parameters.

W pracy opisano nowy gatunek koralowca kolonijnego Actinaraeopsis ventosiana, pochodzącego z płytkowodnych wapieni górnobarremskich Prowansji (SE Francja). Dotychczas tylko dwa gatunki tego rodzaju są znane z jury górnej, A. araneola Roniewicz i A. exilis Roniewicz. Nowy gatunek Actinaraeopsis ventosiana wykazuje pewne podobieństwo do jurajskiego gatunku A. araneola, ale różni się od niego parametrami morfometrycznymi i szczegółami budowy mikrostrukturalnej szkieletu.

Słowa kluczowe : Scleractinian corals, Haplaraeidae, Actinaraeopsis ventosiana sp. nov., Lower Cretaceous, France,
Wydawnictwo : Polskie Towarzystwo Geologiczne
Rocznik : 2007
Numer : Vol. 77, No 2
Strony : 141 – 145
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Cytuj : Kelling, G. ,Ślączka, A. ,Morycowa, E. ,Uchman, A. ,Morycowa, E. , Actinaraeopsis ventosiana, a new scleractinian species from the Lower Cretaceous of Provence (SE France). Annales Societatis Geologorum Poloniae Vol. 77, No 2/2007
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Early Jurassic dinoflagellate cysts from the Kraków-Silesia Monocline, southern Poland: a record from the Blanowice Formation at Mrzygłód

Czasopismo : Annales Societatis Geologorum Poloniae
Tytuł artykułu : Early Jurassic dinoflagellate cysts from the Kraków-Silesia Monocline, southern Poland: a record from the Blanowice Formation at Mrzygłód

Autorzy :
Kelling, G.
School of Earth Sciences & Geography, Keele University, Staffs., England, U.K., g.kelling@esci.keele.ac.uk,
Ślączka, A.
Institute of Geological Sciences, Jagiellonian University, 30-063 Kraków, Oleandry 2a, Poland,
Morycowa, E.
Institute of Geological Sciences, Jagiellonian University, 30-063 Kraków, Oleandry 2a, Poland,
Uchman, A.
Institute of Geological Sciences, Jagiellonian University, Oleandry 2a, 30-063 Kraków, Poland, alfred.uchman@uj.edu.pl,
Morycowa, E.
Institute of Geological Science, Jagiellonian University, Oleandry Str. 2a, 30-063 Kraków, Poland,
Gedl, P.
Institute of Geological Sciences, Polish Academy of Sciences, Senacka 1, 31-002 Kraków, Poland, ndgedl@cyf-kr.edu.pl,
Abstrakty : A 3-m thick section of the Blanowice Formation exposed in an abandoned clay-pit at Mrzygłód (Kraków-Silesia Monocline, southern Poland) yielded rich palynological material. Besides dominating land- derived phytoclasts and sporomorphs organic-walled dinoflagellate cysts (dinocysts) occur. Presence of Luehndea spinosa allows considering time of deposition of studied deposits as Late Pliensbachian-earliest Toarcian. Quantitative fluctuations of main groups of palynofacies elements suggest variable sedimentological conditions of deposition within the southern part of the Polish epicontinental basin. Dominance of large-sized cuticle remains and lack of dinocysts occurs in sediments deposited in continental conditions. Occurrence of dinocysts and other aquatic palynomorphs takes place in sediments that have originated during marine ingression.

Epikontynentalna dolna jura w Polsce wykształcona jest w większości w facjach kontynentalnych. We wczesnej jurze zaznaczyło się jednak kilka ingresji morskich na teren dzisiejszej Polski, których najbardziej kompletny zapis znany jest z Polski północno-zachodniej. W pozostałych, peryferyjnych obszarach basenu zapis ingresji jest znacznie słabiej udokumentowany z uwagi na brak skamieniałości. Z tego powodu, jednostki litostratygraficzne epikontynentalnej dolnej jury tej częoeci Polski (Fig. 1, 2) są często pozbawione precyzyjnych datowań biostratygraficznych. Podjęte w ostatnich latach badania organicznych cyst Dinoflagellata (dinocyst) z epikontynentalnej jury Polski pokazują dużą ich przydatność dla biostratygrafii oraz, wraz z analizą palinofacji – dla rekonstrukcji środowiska sedymentacji tych osadów. Takie badania, podjęte w dolnojurajskim profilu formacji blanowickiej w nieczynnym wyrobisku cegielni w Mrzygłodzie (Fig. 3), są prezentowane w niniejszym artykule. Blisko 3 metrowy profil (Fig. 4) odsłania ciemne iłowce z zachowan ą pierwotną laminacją, przechodzące ku górze w jasnoszare iły z licznym uwęglonym detrytusem rooelinnym, które podścielają 10 cm pokład węgla. Powyżej odsłaniają się ponownie ciemno zabarwione iły. Z profilu pobrano 3 próbki, które poddano standardowej maceracji palinologicznej. Wszystkie próbki zawierają bardzo bogaty materiał palinologiczny zdominowany przez roślinne elementy pochodzenia lądowego. W próbce Mrz2 najliczniej występują dużych rozmiarów fitoklasty (Fig. 5); podobnie w próbce Mrz1, gdzie pojawiają się jednak nieliczne dinocysty z rodzaju Nannoceratopsis. W próbce tej zaznacza się również udział organicznej materii amorficznej (Fig. 6). Dinocysty najliczniej występują w próbce Mrz3, gdzie stanowią blisko 2% palinofacji. Próbka ta charakteryzuje się również dużym udziałem sporomorf (Fig. 5). Zespół dinocyst jest wyraźnie zdominowany przez przedstawicieli rodzaju Nannoceratopsis (Fig. 7, 8, 9). Jedynie w próbce Mrz3 pojawiają się pojedynczy przedstawiciele innych gatunków: Batiacasphaera sp., Luehndea spinosa, Mendicodinium spinosum. Obecność Luehndea spinosa wskazuje, że badane osady reprezentują górny pliensbach-najniższy toark. Analiza palinofacji wskazuje na zmienne warunki sedymentacji osadów z badanego profilu. Najniższa jego część powstawała w warunkach morskich, których odzwierciedleniem jest obecność dinocyst. Wyższa część profilu, w obrębie której występuje węgiel, powstała zapewne w środowisku lądowym (jeziorzyskowym?). Pojawienie się nielicznych dinocyst w stropowej partii profilu wskazuje na stopniowy powrót warunków morskich (brakicznych?) w trakcie jego powstawania.

Słowa kluczowe : dinocysts, palynofacies, Lower Jurassic, Poland, biostratigraphy, palaeoenvironment,
Wydawnictwo : Polskie Towarzystwo Geologiczne
Rocznik : 2007
Numer : Vol. 77, No 2
Strony : 147 – 159
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Cytuj : Kelling, G. ,Ślączka, A. ,Morycowa, E. ,Uchman, A. ,Morycowa, E. ,Gedl, P. , Early Jurassic dinoflagellate cysts from the Kraków-Silesia Monocline, southern Poland: a record from the Blanowice Formation at Mrzygłód. Annales Societatis Geologorum Poloniae Vol. 77, No 2/2007
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Bositra limestones – a step towards radiolarites: case study from the Tatra Mountains

Czasopismo : Annales Societatis Geologorum Poloniae
Tytuł artykułu : Bositra limestones – a step towards radiolarites: case study from the Tatra Mountains

Autorzy :
Kelling, G.
School of Earth Sciences & Geography, Keele University, Staffs., England, U.K., g.kelling@esci.keele.ac.uk,
Ślączka, A.
Institute of Geological Sciences, Jagiellonian University, 30-063 Kraków, Oleandry 2a, Poland,
Morycowa, E.
Institute of Geological Sciences, Jagiellonian University, 30-063 Kraków, Oleandry 2a, Poland,
Uchman, A.
Institute of Geological Sciences, Jagiellonian University, Oleandry 2a, 30-063 Kraków, Poland, alfred.uchman@uj.edu.pl,
Morycowa, E.
Institute of Geological Science, Jagiellonian University, Oleandry Str. 2a, 30-063 Kraków, Poland,
Gedl, P.
Institute of Geological Sciences, Polish Academy of Sciences, Senacka 1, 31-002 Kraków, Poland, ndgedl@cyf-kr.edu.pl,
Jach, R.
Institute of Geological Sciences, Jagiellonian University, Oleandry 2a, 30-063 Kraków, Poland, jach@ing.uj.edu.pl,
Abstrakty : Bositra limestones of Aalenian–Lower Bathonian age crop out in the Krížna unit in the Western Tatra Mountains (Poland). They are sandwiched between pelagic red limestones and radiolarites and display lateral facies variation. Four facies were distinguished: (i) Bositra packstones/grainstones, (ii) crinoidal packstones/ grainstones, (iii) Bositra-crinoidal packstones, and (iv) Bositra-radiolarian wackestones. The Bositra packstones/ grainstones were laid down in high-energy setting, while Bositra-radiolarian wackestones in calm condition. Crinoidal packstones/grainstones represent density current deposits. Bositra-crinoidal packstones resulted from intense bioturbation and mixing of crinoidal packstones/grainstones with background Bositra-rich deposits. Topographic gradient affected the lateral facies variation. Taphonomic factors strongly controlled by energy of the sedimentary environment, ecological factors which caused domination of Bositra bivalves in benthos assemblage and dissolution eliminating non-calcitic bioclasts could resulted in formation of the Bositra limestones. The eutrophication of water column and remodelling of the Krížna Basin, which finally led to deposition of radiolarites seem to be of considerable importance. Hence, Bositra limestones can be regarded as the record of the interme- diate stage of the basin evolution towards radiolarite formation.

Wapienie bositrowe wczesnego aalenu–wczesnego batonu, które odsłaniają się w jednostce kriżniańskiej w Polskich Tatrach Zachodnich znajdują się w profilach pomiędzy pelagicznymi czerwonymi wapieniami a radiolarytami (Fig. 1, 2; Lefeld et al., 1985; Gradziński et al., 2004). Wapienie te wykazują wyraźne facjalne zróżnicowanie. Wydzielone zostały następujące facje: (i) bositrowe pakstony/greinstony, (ii) krynoidowe pakstony/greinstony, (iii) bositrowo-krynoidowe pakstony i (iv) bositrowo-ra diolariowe wakstony (Fig. 2, 3). Bositrowe pakstony/greinstony powstały w środowisku o stosunkowo wysokiej energii, a bositrowo- radiolariowe wakstony w warunkach niskiej energii. Krynoidowe pakstony/greinstony są interpretowane jako osady prądów gęstościowych, a bositrowo-krynoidowe pakstony jako osady prądów gęstościowych zbioturbowane i zmiksowane z osadami tła depozycyjnego. Zróżnicowana morfologia basenu wpłynęła na oboczną zmienność facjalną omawianych wapieni i przestrzenny rozkład facji (Fig. 4). Powstanie wapieni bositrowych było warunkowane przez czynniki natury tafonomicznej, związane z energią środowiska sedymentacji, natury ekologicznej decydujące o dominacji bositr w zespole bentosu i procesy rozpuszczania eliminujące nie kalcytowe bioklasty. Postępująca eutrofizacja wód (Bartolini & Cecca, 1999; Cobianchi & Picotti, 2001) i przemodelowanie basenu kriżniańskiego związane z procesami ryftingu Zachodniej Tetydy, które ostatecznie doprowadziły do depozycji radiolarytów, wydają się mieć zasadniczy wpływ na powstanie wapieni bositrowych. Tak więc, wapienie bositrowe reprezentują przejściową fację poprzedzającą w czasie powstanie tetydzkich jurajskich radiolarytów.

Słowa kluczowe : thin-shelled bivalves, Middle Jurassic, Krížna Basin, Carpathians, Western Tethys,
Wydawnictwo : Polskie Towarzystwo Geologiczne
Rocznik : 2007
Numer : Vol. 77, No 2
Strony : 161 – 170
Bibliografia : Bac-Moszaszwili, M., Burchart, J., Głazek, J., Iwanow, A., Jaro-szewski, W., Kotański, Z., Lefeld, J., Mastella, L., Ozim-kowski, W., Roniewicz, P., Skupiński, A. & Westwalewicz-Mogilska, E., 1979. Mapa geologiczna Tatr Polskich 1:30000. (In Polish). Wydawnictwa Geologiczne, Warszawa.
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Cytuj : Kelling, G. ,Ślączka, A. ,Morycowa, E. ,Uchman, A. ,Morycowa, E. ,Gedl, P. ,Jach, R. , Bositra limestones – a step towards radiolarites: case study from the Tatra Mountains. Annales Societatis Geologorum Poloniae Vol. 77, No 2/2007
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Environmental changes during the Cenomanian-Turonian Boundary Event in the Outer Carpathian basins: a synthesis of data from various tectonic-facies units

Czasopismo : Annales Societatis Geologorum Poloniae
Tytuł artykułu : Environmental changes during the Cenomanian-Turonian Boundary Event in the Outer Carpathian basins: a synthesis of data from various tectonic-facies units

Autorzy :
Kelling, G.
School of Earth Sciences & Geography, Keele University, Staffs., England, U.K., g.kelling@esci.keele.ac.uk,
Ślączka, A.
Institute of Geological Sciences, Jagiellonian University, 30-063 Kraków, Oleandry 2a, Poland,
Morycowa, E.
Institute of Geological Sciences, Jagiellonian University, 30-063 Kraków, Oleandry 2a, Poland,
Uchman, A.
Institute of Geological Sciences, Jagiellonian University, Oleandry 2a, 30-063 Kraków, Poland, alfred.uchman@uj.edu.pl,
Morycowa, E.
Institute of Geological Science, Jagiellonian University, Oleandry Str. 2a, 30-063 Kraków, Poland,
Gedl, P.
Institute of Geological Sciences, Polish Academy of Sciences, Senacka 1, 31-002 Kraków, Poland, ndgedl@cyf-kr.edu.pl,
Jach, R.
Institute of Geological Sciences, Jagiellonian University, Oleandry 2a, 30-063 Kraków, Poland, jach@ing.uj.edu.pl,
Bąk, K.
Institute of Geography, Pedagogical University, Podchorążych 2, 30-084 Kraków, Poland, sgbak@cyf-kr.edu.pl,
Abstrakty : The paper summarizes the results of author’s studies on the environmental changes around the Cenomanian-Turonian Boundary Event (CTBE) in the Outer Carpathian basins located close to the northern margin of the Western Tethys, whose sea floor was situated below the calcite compensation depth. The sedimen- tary, biotic and chemical records allowed to recognize the successions related to the oceanic anoxic event (OAE-2) and trace changes around this event sediments within the frame of the stable carbon isotope excursion and biostratigraphic datum events. The changes so traced included changes in: type of deep-water sedimentation, accumulation rate, productivity, oxygenation of bottom water and benthic foraminiferal assemblages. Correlation of the palaeoenvironmental changes with the carbon isotope curve and biostratigraphic datum events allowed the comparisons between the various sedimentary areas in the Outer Carpathians, and with other areas of the Western Tethys. Most of the interpreted events around the CTBE were synchronous in the northern branch of the Western Tethys that extended to the Umbria-Marche and Sicily carbonate platforms. These events included: (1) an increase in productivity before the interval with the highest shift in d13C values, (2) the main interval of organic-rich sedimentation (Bonarelli level), (3) a rapid change to oxygenated sediments near the Cenomanian-Turonian (C-T) boundary and continued during the Early Turonian, (4) fluctuations in oxygen content in bottom waters with short intervals of anoxia during the earliest Turonian, (5) deposition of a thick bentonite layer, near the start of the d13C excursion, roughly synchronous with the phase of a positive shift in Pb isotopic compositions in the silicate sediment fraction in one of the Umbria-Marche sections, (6) an interval of extremely low hemipelagic sedimentation with hiatuses near the base of the C-T boundary and during the earliest Turonian, correlated with the maximum rise of the sea level. The presented data from the Outer Carpathians suggest that the OAE-2 could be triggered by enhanced productivity; however, subaerial volcanic eruptions, accompanied by hydrothermal activity and formation of large igneous provinces could also be a factor which enriched the ocean-atmosphere system in CO2. Sluggish deep- water circulation, probably deteriorating through the Late Cenomanian, favoured preservation of organic matter during the latest Cenomanian. The mechanism of rapid oxygenation of bottom waters near the C-T boundary was related to recurrent inflows of (?)saline warm and oxygenated waters.

Słowa kluczowe : Cenomanian-Turonian boundary event, stratigraphy, palaeoenvironment, Late Cretaceous, Outer Carpathians, Poland,
Wydawnictwo : Polskie Towarzystwo Geologiczne
Rocznik : 2007
Numer : Vol. 77, No 2
Strony : 171 – 191
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Cytuj : Kelling, G. ,Ślączka, A. ,Morycowa, E. ,Uchman, A. ,Morycowa, E. ,Gedl, P. ,Jach, R. ,Bąk, K. , Environmental changes during the Cenomanian-Turonian Boundary Event in the Outer Carpathian basins: a synthesis of data from various tectonic-facies units. Annales Societatis Geologorum Poloniae Vol. 77, No 2/2007
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The diversity of fluvial system response to the Holocene hydrological changes using the Vistula River catchment as an example

Czasopismo : Annales Societatis Geologorum Poloniae
Tytuł artykułu : The diversity of fluvial system response to the Holocene hydrological changes using the Vistula River catchment as an example

Autorzy :
Kelling, G.
School of Earth Sciences & Geography, Keele University, Staffs., England, U.K., g.kelling@esci.keele.ac.uk,
Ślączka, A.
Institute of Geological Sciences, Jagiellonian University, 30-063 Kraków, Oleandry 2a, Poland,
Morycowa, E.
Institute of Geological Sciences, Jagiellonian University, 30-063 Kraków, Oleandry 2a, Poland,
Uchman, A.
Institute of Geological Sciences, Jagiellonian University, Oleandry 2a, 30-063 Kraków, Poland, alfred.uchman@uj.edu.pl,
Morycowa, E.
Institute of Geological Science, Jagiellonian University, Oleandry Str. 2a, 30-063 Kraków, Poland,
Gedl, P.
Institute of Geological Sciences, Polish Academy of Sciences, Senacka 1, 31-002 Kraków, Poland, ndgedl@cyf-kr.edu.pl,
Jach, R.
Institute of Geological Sciences, Jagiellonian University, Oleandry 2a, 30-063 Kraków, Poland, jach@ing.uj.edu.pl,
Bąk, K.
Institute of Geography, Pedagogical University, Podchorążych 2, 30-084 Kraków, Poland, sgbak@cyf-kr.edu.pl,
Starkel, L.
Department of Geomorphology and Hydrology, Institute of Geography and Spatial Organization, Polish Academy of Sciences, św. Jana 22, 31-180 Kraków, Poland, starkel@zg.pan.krakow.pl,
Abstrakty : Hydrological changes during the Holocene are expressed in the variable frequency of extreme events and reflected in fluvial sediments and landforms. The diversity of fluvial system response depends on rainfall and runoff-sediment load regime, but is specifically related to the landscape type, size of catchment, and connectivity of valley reaches in the long profile, as well as to increasing human impact. This diversity is exemplified by the Vistula River catchment, investigated in detail during the last decades, providing a basis for demonstrating how various fluvial sequences are expressing palaeohydrological changes. Various types of flood events, ranging from those connected with heavy downpours to continuous rains and to snowmelt floods, play a leading role in catchments of various size and landscape type. Three main models of Holocene transformation of valley floors were distinguished: an incisional one in the mountain headwaters, an aggradational one in low-gradient river valleys, and transitional one reflecting phases of various frequency of extreme events (and their clusters) represented in sequences of cuts and fills. This last transitional type should characterise the middle valley courses, but is best developed slightly upstream on the direct foreland of the Carpathians, where the greatest fluctuations in the river discharge, bed load and suspended load are observed. The presence of many gaps in alluvial sequences requires a better recognition of Holocene hydrological changes and it is recommended to correlate fluvial data with other palaeorecords.

Zmiany hydrologiczne w holocenie wyrażone są w różnej częstotliwości powodzi i zapisane w osadach i formach fluwialnych. Różna reakcja systemu fluwialnego zależy od reżimu opadu, odpływu i transportu rumowiska, które wiążą się z typem krajobrazu, wielkością zlewni, położeniem w profilu podłużnym rzeki, jak i narastającą ingerencją człowieka. Szczegółowe badania dolin dorzecza Wisły w ostatnich dziesięcioleciach stanowiły podstawę określenia, jak różne sekwencje osadów rzecznych odzwierciedlają zmiany paleohydrologiczne. W różnych typach rzeźby i zlewniach różnej wielkości istotną rolę odgrywają lokalne ulewy, albo opady rozlewne lub wezbrania roztopowe. Wyróżniono trzy zasadnicze modele przekształceń den dolin w holocenie: pogłębiania erozyjnego w zlewniach górskich, agradacyjny w dolinach o małym spadku i przejściowy, zapisany w szeregu rozcięć i włożeń, odzwierciedlających fazy o różnej częstotliwości wezbrań. Ten ostatni winien charakteryzować środkowe biegi rzek, ale jest najlepiej rozwinięty na bezpośrednim przedpolu Karpat o największych wahaniach przepływów i transportu rumowiska. Częste występowanie wielu przerw w sekwencjach aluwialnych wymaga spojrzenia całościowego na zmiany hydrologiczne i korelacji środowisk fluwialnych z zapisem zmian w ewolucji szaty roślinnej, osadach jeziornych, stokowych i innych.

Słowa kluczowe : Holocene, hydrological changes, fluvial system response, flood types, Vistula River, Poland,
Wydawnictwo : Polskie Towarzystwo Geologiczne
Rocznik : 2007
Numer : Vol. 77, No 2
Strony : 193 – 205
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Cytuj : Kelling, G. ,Ślączka, A. ,Morycowa, E. ,Uchman, A. ,Morycowa, E. ,Gedl, P. ,Jach, R. ,Bąk, K. ,Starkel, L. , The diversity of fluvial system response to the Holocene hydrological changes using the Vistula River catchment as an example. Annales Societatis Geologorum Poloniae Vol. 77, No 2/2007
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Glaciomarginal deposition in the Otmuchów Depression, SW Poland, and its palaeogeographical implications

Czasopismo : Annales Societatis Geologorum Poloniae
Tytuł artykułu : Glaciomarginal deposition in the Otmuchów Depression, SW Poland, and its palaeogeographical implications

Autorzy :
Kelling, G.
School of Earth Sciences & Geography, Keele University, Staffs., England, U.K., g.kelling@esci.keele.ac.uk,
Ślączka, A.
Institute of Geological Sciences, Jagiellonian University, 30-063 Kraków, Oleandry 2a, Poland,
Morycowa, E.
Institute of Geological Sciences, Jagiellonian University, 30-063 Kraków, Oleandry 2a, Poland,
Uchman, A.
Institute of Geological Sciences, Jagiellonian University, Oleandry 2a, 30-063 Kraków, Poland, alfred.uchman@uj.edu.pl,
Morycowa, E.
Institute of Geological Science, Jagiellonian University, Oleandry Str. 2a, 30-063 Kraków, Poland,
Gedl, P.
Institute of Geological Sciences, Polish Academy of Sciences, Senacka 1, 31-002 Kraków, Poland, ndgedl@cyf-kr.edu.pl,
Jach, R.
Institute of Geological Sciences, Jagiellonian University, Oleandry 2a, 30-063 Kraków, Poland, jach@ing.uj.edu.pl,
Bąk, K.
Institute of Geography, Pedagogical University, Podchorążych 2, 30-084 Kraków, Poland, sgbak@cyf-kr.edu.pl,
Starkel, L.
Department of Geomorphology and Hydrology, Institute of Geography and Spatial Organization, Polish Academy of Sciences, św. Jana 22, 31-180 Kraków, Poland, starkel@zg.pan.krakow.pl,
Salamon, T.
Department of Earth Sciences, Silesian University, ul. Będzińska 60, 41-200 Sosnowiec, Poland, tomasz.salamon@.us.edu.pl,
Abstrakty : This paper focuses on the problem of depositional environments and the development of glaciomarginal zone in the Otmuchów Depression, SW Poland, during the Odranian (Drenthe) glaciation. The research was conducted at the Wójcice site, which is situated on the southern border of a hill train, the so-called Otmuchów- Nysa Hills, rising on the northern side of the Nysa Kłodzka River valley. The sediments under study were deposited in the distal zone of glaciomarginal fans prograding into a bay of a large lake formed in the dammed valley of the Nysa Kłodzka River. Sedimentation was characterised by frequent oscillations of water level in the lake, which caused fan dissection and lateral migration of depositional subenvironments. These phenomena are recorded by abundant erosion surfaces and vertical succession of alternating lithofacies associations of the deposits, which are typical of different parts of the distal fans. Sedimentological analysis has also enabled palaeogeographical reconstruction of the glaciomarginal zone. It is found that the ice-sheet lobe advanced into the Nysa Kłodzka River valley from the NE.

Rozwój strefy glacimarginalnej na obszarze przedgórskiego odcinka doliny Nysy Kłodzkiej, zajmującego Obniżenie Otmuchowskie (Fig. 1), od dziesięcioleci stanowi przedmiot dyskusji. We wszystkich dotychczasowych rozważaniach geomorfologiczno- geologicznych i paleogeograficznych najwięcej uwagi poświęcano wyraźnie zaznaczonym w rzeźbie Wzgórzom Otmuchowsko- Nyskim (Figs. 1, 2). W pracy analizie poddano osady deponowane na południowym obrzeżeniu wzgórz. Badania prowadzono w stanowisku Wójcice, kilka kilometrów na zachód od Nysy. Szczegółowa analiza sedymentologiczna osadów umożliwi liwiła rekonstrukcję środowisk sedymentacji w rejonie SE obrzeżenia Wzgórz Otmuchowsko-Nyskich oraz wnioskowanie na temat paleogeografii strefy glacimarginalnej na obszarze Obniżenia Otmuchowskiego. W odsłonięciu Wójcice wyróżniono dwa kompleksy osadów. Kompleks 1, o miąższości ok. 10–12 m, zbudowany jest głównie z piasków drobnoziarnistych. W jego obrębie wyróżniono kilka tabularnych zespołów litofacji o nieznacznie odmiennym wykształceniu: Sh, (Sl); Sh (Sl, Sp); Sh, (Sl, Sm); Sh, Src; Src, SFw, (Sr) (Figs. 3, 4). W środkowej części kompleksu obserwowano również bardziej gruboziarnisty zespół SGm, Sm (Fig. 3). Cechą charakterystyczną kompleksu 1 jest obecność powierzchni erozyjnych oraz naprzemianległe występowanie zespołów litofacji o nieznacznie różnym poziomie energetycznym. Kompleks 2 obejmuje osady o miąższości ok. 4 m i charakteryzuje się grubszym uziarnieniem (Figs. 3, 5). W dolnej części przeważają średnio i gruboziarniste piaski lub piaski żwirowe (litofacje Sh, St, SGt). Wyżej obserwowano drobnoziarniste żwiry i żwiry piaszczyste (GSp, Gm) (Fig. 5a). W kompleksie 2 obserwowano ponadto niewielkie soczewy diamiktonu z materiałem skandynawskim (Fig. 5b). Pomiary azymutów upadu warstwowań przekątnych w obu kompleksach wykazały paleoprzepływy w kierunku NNW–NNE (Fig. 3). Analiza składu petrograficznego żwirów wykazała duży udział kwarcu, a także skał sudeckich oraz bardzo małą zawartooeć materiału północnego (Tab. 1). Osady kompleksu dolnego deponowane były w dystalnej strefie stożka progradującego do zbiornika wodnego. Depozycja odbywała się głównie z niskoenergetycznych zalewów warstwowych. Specyficzną cechą sedymentacji były częste wahania poziomu wody w zbiorniku powodujące rozcinanie stożków i oboczne przemieszczanie się stref depozycyjnych. Zapisem tego są nietypowe dla stożków zdominowanych zalewami warstwowymi powierzchnie erozyjne oraz powtarzające się w sukcesji pionowej zespoły litofacji osadów właoeciwych dla różnych części dystalnych stref stożków. Górny kompleks osadów związany był ze znacznie wyżej energetycznymi przepływami. Osady te były deponowane bliżej czoła lądolodu, co wraz z mułkami podścielającymi całą serię osadów piaszczystych wskazuje na transgresywny charakter całej sukcesji. Strefa marginalna lądolodu na obszarze Obniżenia Otmuchowskiego kształtowała się w inny sposób niż przyjmowano do tej pory (Fig. 6). W północnej jej części lądolód stacjonował w rejonie Wzgórz Otmuchowsko-Nyskich, natomiast w dolinę Nysy Kłodzkiej wsunął się z kierunku NE od strony doliny Odry w postaci niewielkiego lobu okalającego wschodnią część Wzgórz Otmuchowsko-Nyskich od południa. U czoła lądolodu w podpartej dolinie powstało rozległe zastoisko. U północnej krawędzi lobu osady były deponowane w postaci glacimarginalnych stożków progradujących do wąskiej zatoki zastoiska, która przypuszczalnie przez pewien okres była odizolowana od głównego zbiornika.

Słowa kluczowe : glaciomarginal zone, sedimentology, Pleistocene, Otmuchów Depression, SW Poland,
Wydawnictwo : Polskie Towarzystwo Geologiczne
Rocznik : 2007
Numer : Vol. 77, No 2
Strony : 207 – 216
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Cytuj : Kelling, G. ,Ślączka, A. ,Morycowa, E. ,Uchman, A. ,Morycowa, E. ,Gedl, P. ,Jach, R. ,Bąk, K. ,Starkel, L. ,Salamon, T. , Glaciomarginal deposition in the Otmuchów Depression, SW Poland, and its palaeogeographical implications. Annales Societatis Geologorum Poloniae Vol. 77, No 2/2007
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