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It is my great pleasure to welcome all potential participants to the 18 th workshop of the International
Lithosphere Program – Task Force VI on Sedimentary Basins. 

General aim of this Task Force for almost two decades has been focused on fostering knowledge-sharing
and collaboration among the 
attendees, with the ultimate goal of advancing our understanding of sedimentary basins
and their 
role in the broader geologic context. 

Apart from fundamental questions related to formation, evolution and demise of sedimentary basins more applied
aspects such as energy, underground storage, geohazards have been also of great interest to both the organizers and participants.
18th edition of this workshop held in Kraków, Poland, will not be different. It is our ambition to cover
broad spectrum of studies, both fundamental and applied, and present leading-edge results in these
disciplines, and therefore we invite presentations on various topics related to applications of
geological, geophysical, geochemical and other techniques to resolve both fundamental scientific
questions regarding structure and evolution of sedimentary basins as well as societal challenges such
as natural hazards, energy transition, and environmental issues.

Two days of oral and poster presentations will be combined with two very interesting field trips
during which both surface and subsurface data will be used to present very complex and challenging
structure and evolution of S Poland located above one of the key regional geological boundaries, the
Teisseyre-Tornquist Zone.


Prof. Piotr Krzywiec
Chairman of the Organizing Committee