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Post-conference field trip


Post-conference field trip ticket


10-11. October

“From Neoproterozoic rifting to Late Cretaceous basin inversion along the
Teisseyre-Tornquist Zone, S Poland”

The aim of the post-conference field trip scheduled for October 10-11 is to visit classic geological sites illustrating a complex Paleozoic and Mesozoic tectonostratigraphic evolution of S-SE Poland – an area adjacent to the Teisseyre-Tornquist Zone, i.e. one of the most fundamental geological boundaries in Europe. Discussions on particular geological outcrops will be augmented by presentation of relevant seismic data, both standard industry reflection profiles as well as deep reflection and refraction data. The field excursion will depart from and return to Kraków, we will be examining outcrops of the Polish Jura Chain, of the Holy Cross Mountains (Góry Świętokrzyskie) and of the Miocene Carpathian foreland basin.

Upper Devonian shales and limestines deformed during Variscan (late Carboniferous) orogeny, Mogiłki quarry, Holy Cross Mts. (photo by Piotr Krzywiec)
The Ogrodzieniec Castle perched on the Upper Oxfordian microbial-sponge bioherms (photo by Łukasz Śmigasiewicz,
Upper Devonian limestones deformed during Variscan (late Carboniferous) orogeny, Ślichowice quarry, Holy Cross Mts. (photo by Piotr Krzywiec)