Jeszcze raz o budowie geologicznej Góry Wiśniówki (Góry Świętokrzyskie)

Stanisław Orłowski, Włodzimierz Mizerski

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ONCE MORE ABOUT GEOLOGY OF THE GÓRA WIŚNIÓWKA OUTCROPS (HOLY CROSS MTS, CENTRAL POLAND)

Summary
The Cambrian rocks cover about a half of the Paleozoic surface in the Holy Cross Mountains and they are investigated more than hundred years. The highest artificial outcrops are three large quarries situated on the area of Wisniówka Hill, 10 km north from Kielce. They are very important for Cambrian lithology, stratigraphy, paleontology and tectonics giving plenty of geological data. The EUROPROBE Meeting took place in Kielce this year. It was a good opportunity to demonstrate the Cambrian subdivisions, paleontology, sedimentology and tectonics of this area. Unfortunately this occasion was lost. Authors remind in this paper Cambrian subdivision ofthis area (Fig. 1) existed from 1975 (the year of edition ofthe first Polish stratigraphical code), remind paleontologyand strati graphical data for WiśniówkaDuża quarry (Fig. 2) and tectonics sections across the Cambrian rocks in this quarry (Figs 3, 4). These figures demonstrate actual level of knowledge concerning Cambrian stratigraphy and tectonics. Authors hope that this paper will be useful for groups of geologists - foreign geologists too - and tourists as guidebook for Cambrian geology of the Holy Cross Mountains.

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