Obszary perspektywicznych wystąpień i zasoby przewidywane surowców chemicznych Polski na mapach w skali 1 : 200 000 – sól kamienna, sole potasowo-magnezowe i siarka

Grzegorz Czapowski, Krzysztof Bukowski, Andrzej Gąsiewicz, Katarzyna Sadłowska

Abstract


Prospective areas and predicted resources of natural chemical raw materials in Poland presented on the maps at scale 1 : 200 000 – rock and potash salts and native sulphur.
A b s t r a c t. Themap sheets at scale 1 : 200 000 illustrate the areas of prospective occurrences of natural chemical raw materials (rock and potash salts and native sulphur) in Poland. Fourteen prospective regions and 64 areas of Upper Permian rock salt with predicted (both prospective and prognostic ones) resources of ca. 4.052·1012 Mg and the total area of ca 31.6·103 km2 have been contoured on 57 map sheets. Prospective occurrences of the Miocene rock salt are defined in four areas located on four map sheets and their predicted resources are calculated for 6.9·109 Mg and the total area for ca. 137 km2. Twelve prospective areas of Upper Permian potash salts, contoured on eight map sheets, have the total predicted resources of ca. 3638.1·106 Mg and the total area of ca. 465 km2. Eleven prospective areas are defined for native sulphur concentrations within the Miocene deposits of the Carpathian Foredeep (five map sheets, southern Poland). Their prospective (both prognostic and hypothetic ones) resources are estimated for ca. 390·106 Mg and the total area for ca. 73 km2. The maps have been supplemented with the individual reports on each prospective region and area, including all geographical and geological data on the described raw material occurrence, as well as with suggestions on their possible management.

Full Text:

PDF (Polish)