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Variscan and Alpine terranes of the Circum-Pannonian region
|Statement||Jozef Vozár ... [et al.].|
|Contributions||Geologický ústav SAV|
|LC Classifications||QE621.5.P37 V37 2010|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||231 p. :|
|Number of Pages||231|
|LC Control Number||2011520999|
Göncüoğlu MC, Kozlu H, Dirik K () Pre-Alpine and Alpine terranes in Turkey: explanatory notes to the terrane map of Turkey. Ann Geol Pays Hellen – Google Scholar Göncüoğlu MC, Turhan N, Şentürk K, Özcan A, Uysal Ş, Yalınız K () A geotraverse across NW Turkey: tectonic units of the Central Sakarya region and their. Göncüoğlu MC, Kozlu H, Dirik K () Pre-Alpine and Alpine terranes in Turkey: explanatory notes to the terrane map of Turkey. Ann Géol Pays Hellén – Google Scholar Göncüoğlu MC, Turhan N, Şentürk K, Özcan A, Uysal Ş, Yalınız K () A geotraverse across NW Turkey: tectonic units of the Central Sakarya region and Cited by: 3.
VariScan is a software package for the analysis of DNA sequence polymorphisms at the whole genome scale. Among other features, the software: can conduct many population genetic analyses; incorporates a multiresolution wavelet transform-based method that allows capturing relevant information from DNA polymorphism data; and. The South Alpine basement is comprised of the heavily deformed rocks of the Monte Cavallino Group, which pass gradationally towards the east into the weakly deformed units of the Cima Vallona Group (Figs. 1b, 2).This portion of the Variscan orogenic belt in the Carnic Alps and South Tyrol (the eastern and northeastern Alps respectively) consists of a thick sequence of predominantly quartz-rich Cited by: 1.
The papers in this book consider most of the West African craton boundaries, from the reworking of the Palaeoproterozoic terranes, through the Pan-African encircling terranes, the late Neoproterozoic-early Palaeozoic extension period and the Peri-Gondwanan terranes, the Variscan imprint to Format: Hardcover. Plate Tectonic Setting For SouthWest England. Introduction Two major orogenic episodes have affected the rocks of the Southwest British Isles, the Palaeozoic Variscan and the Tertiary Alpine Orogenies. The earlier event, the Variscan is the primary event responsible for the evolution of Cornwall, whereas the Alpine Orogeny is reflected in the gentle folding and thrust faulting of the Mesozoic.
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The monograph Variscan and Alpine terranes of the Circum-Pannonian Region is the result of many years of cooperation in the geological community of the Carpatho-Balkan countries (CBGA.
Late Variscan (Carboniferous to Permian) environments in the Circum Pannonian Region Anna Vozárová 1, Fritz Ebner 2, Sándor Kovács 3, Hans-Georg Kräutner 4, Tibor Szederkenyi 5, Branislav Krstić 6, Jasenka Sremac 7, Dunja Aljinovič 8, Matevž Novak 9 and Dragomir Skaberne 9Cited by: Terranes in the Circum-Atlantic Paleozoic Orogens Author(s) Pre-Alpine terranes and tectonic zoning in the eastern Alps.
Author(s) Wolfgang Frisch. Wolfgang Frisch Search for other works by this author on: GSW. Google Scholar; Franz Neubauer Variscan terranes in Morocco. Variscan and Alpine terranes of the Circum-Pannonian Region / ár et al.
(eds.). - Bratislava: Slovak Academy of Sciences, Geological Institute, - p.: ill., tab. + 4 maps. - Bibliogr. at the end of the chapters. - ISBN . The Variscan belt of Europe resulted from the collision of Africa with Baltica and intervening microplates.
In early Paleozoic time, Baltica was probably separated from the areas farther south by a North-German/Polish ocean, whose trace is now under younger cover. This explains the absence of Variscan deformation and the presence of largely flat-lying lower Paleozoic sediments on both the southern margin of the USL (as far as recorded in drillholes under the Carpathian foreland; cf.
Moczydłowska, ) and the northern margin of the WP, although both are currently bordering terranes with strong Variscan deformation and metamorphism (the Carpathians). As further outlined later, the Inner Carpathian region. Late Variscan (Carboniferous to Permian) environments in the Circum Pannonian Region.
79 late variscan environments in the circum pannonian region the Klátov and Rakovec Terranes ; Vozárová & Vozár ). Within the Northern Gemeric Zone the continental post-oro. (Ed. Papanikolaou ). The description of the Variscan terranes/units is in order to their position in the Alpine structural framework.
Pennsylvanian to Permian sedimentary sequences in the Circum Pannonian Region The ALCAPA Megaterrane The Eastern Alps For the. devonian—carboniferous pre-flysch and flysch environments (pannonian region) The Alpine Tatric and Veporic Nappe System include a set of medium to high grade metamorphic pre-Alpine ter.
The basement of the Pannonian Basin, enclosed by the mountain systems, is composed of the Tisza and ALCAPA (Alpine–Carpathian–Pannon) Mega-units with markedly different geological structure and evolution by: 1. Tectonostratigraphic terranes in the Circum-Pannonian region (pre- Neogene basement of the Pannonian Basin and its Alpine- Carpathian-Dinaridic frame): a school example of exotic terranes The explanatory book of these maps in form of a monography is going to be published by the Geological Institute of the Slovak Academy of Science on the.
The Phanerozoic evolution of the western Tethyan region was dominated by terrane collisions and accretions, during the Variscan, Cimmerian and Alpine cycles. Most terranes were derived from Gondwana and present a similar early Palaeozoic by: The newly-defined seismo genic tones in the Alpine-Carpathian-pannonian (ALCAPA) junction area are correlated with: (1) Paleoalpine deep-seated suture zones, either oceanic or intracontinental, (2.
Publikácia: Variscan and Alpine terranes of the Circum-Pannonian Region. 82 M; Katedra aplikovanej a environmentálnej geofyziky Prírodovedecká fakulta Univerzity Komenského v Bratislave Email: alebo Telefón: 02/ 96 Tectonostratigraphic terranes in the Circum-Pannonian region (pre-Neogene basement of the Pannonian Basin and its Alpine-Carpathian-Dinaridic frame): a school example of exotic terranes.
Books by Csaba Péró Variscan and Alpine Terranes of the Circum-Pannonian Region by Jozef Vozár, Fritz Ebner, Anna Vozárová, János Haas, Sandor Kovacs, Milan Sudar, Miroslav Bielik, Csaba Péró Pages, Published ISBNISBN: African/Cadomian, Variscan and Cimmerian are represented by disrupted/metamorphosed tectono-stratigraphic units within the Alpine terranes.
In this brief review, the lithologies and tectonic relations of the Alpine and pre-Alpine terranes will be summarized and their tectonic evolution Size: 2MB.
According to the present configuration, the Alpine (Neotethyan) northward shifting transgression started during the Guadalupian/Lopingian in the South and during the Early Triassic in the North. Keywords: Pennsylvanian-Permian, Variscan post-orogenic stage, Circum Pannonian Region, tectono-paleoenvironments, paleogeography.
Download PDF document. Hercynian Orogeny. The Variscan orogeny is the consequence of the closure of the Rheic ocean, and subsequent collision of Laurussia that was driven by a southward oceanic and then continental subduction below Gondwana.
By the late Palaeozoic ( million years ago), the continents had converged to form a supercontinent, called collisions which brought this about are known as the Variscan (sometimes Hercynian or Armorican) orogeny, which took place over about million years. The main effects on the UK took place in the late Carboniferous to early Permian (about million years ago).From a Gondwanan point of view, the Variscan belt comprises, from west to east, sections of the Armorican, Avalonian and intra-Alpine terranes.
Unbending the current curvature of the Variscan belt shows that the Armorican and intra-Alpine terranes (including the internal Sardinian Variscides) were originally far by: (Eds.) Variscan and Alpine terranes of the Circum-Pannonian Region. Geological Institute SAS Bratislava Vozár J. Spišiak J.
Vozárová A. Bazarník J. & Kráľ J. Geochemistry and Sr Nd isotopic composition of the Hronic Upper Paleozoic basic rocks (Western Carpathians Slovakia).Cited by: 1.