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#1A. Poszytek (University of Warsaw)H-Index: 3
#2Barbara Rybak-Ostrowska (University of Warsaw)H-Index: 2
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A gas and crashed rock burst in 2009 in the Rudna Copper Mine was the motivation to re-investigate the dolomite succession of the first Permian cyclothem (Werra), which covers the ceiling section of the excavations. Gas traps were recognized by previous research; however, the stability of gas traps during mining operations has not been studied yet. Mitigation of future gas bursts requires a complex analysis of these gas traps, involving petrological, petrophysical and mechanical analysis of the ...
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In the early nineteenth century, the Scottish geologist Thomas Allan (1777–1833) stayed for a period of vacation in Nice (Maritime Alps, SE France), the ‘capital’ of French Riviera. Allan had the occasion to run several excursion in the surroundings of the city, thus making numerous original observations about the geological setting of the region, which he reported in a paper published in 1818 in the Transactions of the Royal Society of Edinburgh. Making constant reference to the familiar rocks ...
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#1Stanisław MazurH-Index: 21
#2Paweł Aleksandrowski (UWr: University of Wrocław)H-Index: 12
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Geophysical and geological data from the eastern sector of the Central European Variscan belt are presented and reviewed in the regional tectonic context. Matched filtering of isostatic gravity, guided by results of spectral analysis, along with other derivatives of gravity and magnetic fields reveal a dominant WNW–ESE-trending pre-Permian structural grain in the external zones of the Variscan belt in Poland. This trend is confirmed by regional distribution of dips in Carboniferous and Devonian ...
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#1Takeshi Imayama (Okayama University of Science)H-Index: 5
#2Shoji Uehara (Okayama University of Science)
Last.Keewook YiH-Index: 2
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The metamorphic pressure–temperature (P–T) conditions across the Main central thrust (MCT) in the Arun area have been investigated. The MCT marks the tectono-metamorphic boundary between the overlying high-grade High Himalaya crystalline sequences (HHCS) and the underlying low-grade Lesser Himalaya sequences (LHS). The metamorphic rocks regionally preserve an inverted Barrovian sequence (i.e., intermediate P/T type metamorphism) devoid of previously reported high-pressure metamorphism. The metam...
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The Ulukisla Basin is one of the most important late Cretaceous-Cenozoic basins in central Anatolia. The basin is surrounded by the Bolkar Mountains of Tauride Platform in the south, the Nigde Massif of Central Anatolian Crystalline Complex to the north, and the Ecemis Fault Zone and Aladag Mountains in the east. The fact that time interval proposed for the formation of Ulukisla Basin is quite wide and more than one tectonic regime prevailed in the region, have led to various suggestions concern...
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#1Paramjeet Singh (Wadia Institute of Himalayan Geology)H-Index: 1
#2Saurabh Singhal (Wadia Institute of Himalayan Geology)H-Index: 3
Last.Apurba Nayan Das (Wadia Institute of Himalayan Geology)
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Many elongated, lenticular intrusive granitoids of various ages are scattered within the Lesser Himalayan metamorphic belt, all along the ~ 2500 km length of the Himalaya. The Neoproterozoic Chaur granitoid complex (CGC) of Chaur area is characterized by foliated and non-foliated peraluminous granites occurring as an isolated granitoid body within the Jutogh group. In this work, we present the whole-rock geochemical data of six samples and U–Pb (zircon) geochronology of two different granites of...
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South Korea forms the Korean Peninsula and is considered to be tectonically more stable than the other regions of Eastern Asia. Global Navigation Satellite System (GNSS) sites installed in the country contribute to geoscientific studies on contemporary deformation, strain pattern, and current kinematics of tectonic blocks. In the current study, we used long-term GNSS measurements (from 1 January 2000 to 31 December 2018) to study block-wise geodetic deformation and strain pattern of the country,...
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#1Saeede Keshavarz (Graduate University of Advanced Technology)
#2Ali Faghih (Shiraz University)H-Index: 10
Petrofabrics and microstructural characteristics of the quartz-rich mylonites were investigated in the NW–SE-trending Gol-e-Gohar shear zone with length of ca. 25 km within the Zagros Transpression Zone, SW Iran. The semi-quantitative vorticity analysis using quartz c-axis-fabric (Rxz/β method) and rigid porphyroclast geometry (Rigid Grain Net method) reveals that mean kinematic vorticity number (Wm) increases towards the Baghat Thrust Fault displaying the occurrence of spatial and temporal vari...
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