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Alpine evolution of the Western Carpathians and related areas

Alpine evolution of the Western Carpathians and related areas

international conference held on the occasion of centennial of Dimitrij Andrusov : Bratislava, Slovakia, November 11-14th, 1997 : abstracts, introductory articles to the excursion, list of participants

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Published by Geological Survey of Slovak Republic, D. Štúr Publishers in Bratislava .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Carpathian Mountinas
    • Subjects:
    • Geology -- Carpathian Mountinas -- Congresses

    • Edition Notes

      Includes bibliographical references.

      Statementedited by Dušan Plašienka ... [et al.].
      ContributionsAndrusov, D. 1897-, Plašienka, Dušan.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsQE288.C276 A47 1997
      The Physical Object
      Pagination166 p. :
      Number of Pages166
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL473649M
      ISBN 108085314681
      LC Control Number98197821

      The Arabidopsis arenosa complex is closely related to the model plant Arabidopsis thaliana. Species and subspecies in the complex are mainly biennial, predominantly outcrossing, herbaceous, and with a distribution range covering most parts of latitudes and the eastern reaches of Europe. In this study we present the first comprehensive evolutionary history of the A. arenosa species complex Cited by: The data on the Neogene geodynamics, palaeogeography, and basin evolution of the Western Carpathians, Northern Pannonian domain and adjoining areas (ALCAPA Mega-unit) are summarized, re-evaluated, supplemented, and newly interpreted. The proposed concept is illustrated by a series of palinspastic and palaeotopographic maps.

      The geodynamic evolution of the Pieniny Klippen Belt (PKB) and the Tatra Mts. assumes that: The Oravic-Vahic Basin developed due to Jurassic rifting processes with thinned continental crust. The oblique rift without rift-related volcanism had probably a WSW-ENE by:   The thermal evolution of the only known Alpine (Cretaceous) granite in the Western Carpathians (Rochovce granite) is studied by low-temperature thermochronological methods. Our apatite fission track and apatite (U-Th)/He ages range from ± to ± Ma, and ± to ± Ma, by:

      Indeed, we found one example for parallel evolution in the Eastern Alps and the Western Carpathians: Diploid A. neglecta grows on siliceous bedrock along mountain streams in alpine habitats of the High Tatras (Slovakia), a similar ecological niche in the Eastern Alps (Wölzer Tauern, Styria) is occupied by a tetraploid taxon corresponding to Cited by: The snake of Aesculap hides in the leafy forests and you can see the adder-with-cross on the sunny slopes. In the forest area, up to the alpine zone, live the lizards. In the beech forest live around species of birds; in the common spruce forest around 40 others; and in the superior areas .


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Popis. Alpine Evolution of the Western Carpathians and Related Areas. Autor: D. Plašienka et al. (ed.) Rok: Vydavateľ: GSSR. ISBN: ISBN The Alpine tectonic evolution of the Western Carpathians covers about Myr time span, starting from the Permian extensional disintegration of the post-Variscan platform areas that culminated by.

The main features of the Alpine and pre-Alpine metamorphisms in the Western Carpathians (WCp) are outlined in order to give the basic information for interregional correlations within the ambit of. Pieniny Klippen Belt represents a tectonic zone, separating the externides of the Western Carpathians (Outer Carpathians) from the internides (Central and Inner Western Carpathians).

This very complex zone involves many tectonic units belonging ei-ther to the. The Alpine tectonic evolution of the Western Carpathians covers about Myr time span, starting from the Permian extensional disintegration of the post‐Variscan platform areas that culminated by breakup of the Neotethyan Meliata Ocean in the early Middle Triassic at ca.

by:   Western Carpathians The Western Carpathians occupy the westernmost edge of the Carpathian Mountains. The range rises from the Low Beskids, along the border between Slovakia and Poland, and stretches towards the Czech Republic and Austria, while the North Hungarian Mountains extend over the southern flank.

Tectono-thermal evolution of the Veporic Unit was revealed by multiple geochronological methods, including 87 Rb/ 86 Sr on muscovite and biotite, zircon and apatite fission-track, and apatite (U–Th)/He analysis. Based on the new data, the following Alpine tectono-thermal stages can be distinguished: The Eo-Alpine Cretaceous nappe stacking (~ –95 Ma) resulted in burial of the Veporic Cited by: Marschalko R.

& Rakús M. Development of the Cretaceous flysch in the Klape unit and the recyclicity problem of the clastic material. In: Plašienka D., Hók J., Vozár J. & Elečko M. (Eds.): Alpine evolution of the Western Carpathians and related areas.

Internat. Conf.,Author: Roman Aubrecht. The early Alpine tectonic evolution of the Western Carpathian orogenic system is differentiated into four main periods: (i) Middle‐Late Triassic rifting and spreading of the Meliata Ocean, but its relationships to the Tethyan realm remain uncertain; (ii) Jurassic subduction of the Meliata oceanic lithosphere and coeval rifting of the Carpathian lower plate and oceanic breakup and spreading Cited by: The Western Carpathians are an arc-shaped mountain range, the northern branch of the Alpine-Himalayan fold and thrust system called the Alpide belt, which evolved during the Alpine particular, their pre-Cenozoic evolution is very similar to that of the Eastern Alps, and they constitute a transition between the Eastern Alps and the Eastern Carpathians.

The Alps, Carpathians and Dinarides form a complex, highly curved and strongly coupled orogenic system. Motions of the European and Adriatic plates gave birth to a number of 'oceans' and microplates that led to several distinct stages of collision.

Although the Alps serve as a classical example of collisional orogens, it becomes clearer that substantial questions on their evolution can only be 1/5(1). The Western Romanian Carpathians (Romanian: Carpații Occidentali Românești, Hungarian: Nyugati-Kárpátok), along with the Eastern Romanian Carpathians and the Southern Carpathians is one of the three main mountain ranges of name is given based on their geographical position, west, to the Transylvanian Plateau, which is simultaneously their eastern limits, respectively to the Coordinates: 46°30′N 23°00′E / °N.

Tectonic evolution of the Paleogene basins located along the outer margin of the Central Western Carpathians and above its frontal accretionary wedge is closely related to the evolution of the whole Eastern Alpine–Western Carpathian orogenic system after Cited by: Afterwards, the Late Eocene compression brought about uplift and exhumation of the basement complexes at the Alpine-Carpathian junction.

Simultaneously, the eastern margin of the stretched Central Western Carpathians underwent disintegration, followed by opening of a fore-arc basin - the Central Carpathian Paleogene Basin. The Carpathian Mountains or Carpathians (/ k ɑːr ˈ p eɪ θ i ən z /) are a range of mountains forming an arc throughout Central and Eastern y 1, km ( mi) long, it is the third-longest European mountain range after the Urals with 2, km (1, mi) and the Scandinavian Mountains with 1, km (1, mi).

The range stretches from the far eastern Czech Republic (3%) in Countries: List, Czech Republic, Poland, Austria. Carpathian Mountains, a geologically young European mountain chain forming the eastward continuation of the the Danube Gap, near Bratislava, Slovakia, they swing in a wide crescent-shaped arc some miles (1, kilometres) long to near Orşova, Romania, at the portion of the Danube River valley called the Iron are the conventional boundaries of these arcuate ranges.

@article{osti_, title = {Alpine tectonics of the Pannonian basin}, author = {Tari, G.}, abstractNote = {The Neogene evolution of the Pannonian basin is fairly well understood in terms of back-arc extension behind the Carpathian thrust-fold belt.

This middle Miocene-Holocene basin, however, is superimposed on an earlier middle Eocene-early Miocene basin traditionally called the Paleogene. @article{osti_, title = {Exploration for hydrocarbons under thrust belts - a challenging new frontier in the Carpathians}, author = {Picha, F J}, abstractNote = {The Carpathian thrust belt has been explored with mixed results.

Large reserves of oil and gas have been found in Romania and the western Ukraine, while exploration in other areas has been disappointing. The Alpine tectonic evolution of the Danube Basin and its northern periphery (southwestern Slovakia) Sedimentary & Structural Evolution of the Western Carpathians.

Abstract Book. 9 th ESSEWECA Conference November 5–7, Smolenice, Slovakia. Geophysical Institute, Slovak. COVID Resources. Reliable information about the coronavirus (COVID) is available from the World Health Organization (current situation, international travel).Numerous and frequently-updated resource results are available from this ’s WebJunction has pulled together information and resources to assist library staff as they consider how to handle coronavirus.

Geography. The Carpathians begin on the Danube near surround Transcarpathia and Transylvania in a large semicircle, sweeping towards the south-west, and end on the Danube near Orşova, in total length of the Carpathians is over 1, km, and the mountain chain's width varies between 12 and km.Eagle County, Colorado: Including its History, The Beaver Creek Resort, The White River National Forest, The Betty Ford Alpine Gardens, and More by Black, Johnathan and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at Our understanding of the geodynamic evolution of the Alpine-Dinaride-Carpathian System has substantially improved and will continue to develop; this is thanks to collaboration between eastern and western Europe, but also due to the application of new methods and the launch of research initiatives.