Ruchy neokimeryjskie w Polskich Karpatach Zachodnich

Krzysztof Birkenmajer, Stanisław Mateusz Gąsiorowski

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NEO-CIMMERIAN MOVEMENTS IN THE POLISH WESTERN CARPATHIANS

Summary
The Neo-Cimmerian movements in the Polish Western Carpathians are expressed by vertical movements, faulting, initiation of Flysch sedimentation, and slight volcanic activity. In the Lower Kimeridgian there occurred a positive movement of the whole area. On the contrary, Upper Kimeridgian was a period of stability. In the Lower Tithonian began differential movements resulting in uplifting of geanticlinal areas and in deepening of troughs, persisting till the culmination of the Neo-Cimmerian movements at the upper Berriasian time. In the Valanginian there began in the Inner-Carpathians and in the Pieniny Klippen Belt an uplifting of thoughs and a deepening of geanticlinal areas. In the Outer-Carpathians, the sedimentation of Flysch was continued.

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