2 edition of Neogene volcanism in the East Carpathians (Calimani -Gurghiu-Harghita Mts), by D.P. Radulescu [and others] found in the catalog.
Neogene volcanism in the East Carpathians (Calimani -Gurghiu-Harghita Mts), by D.P. Radulescu [and others]
|Other titles||Symposium Volcanism and Metallogenesis, Bucharest, 1973|
|LC Classifications||QE 287.6 N438 1973|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||69|
geochronology of neogene magmatism in the carpathian arc Table 2: Timing of volcanic activity in the Carpathian arc, showing age intervals for different rock type groups and volcanic areas. Continued on the next page. New geochronological investigations for the Slănic Formation, correlated with previous bio- and lithostratigaphical information, allow for a better succession of events for the Middle Miocene, including the absolute age of the Badenian salinity crisis in the bend sector of the Eastern Carpathians. Within the green Slănic Tuff, white tuff layers were in by: 3.
Other articles where Eastern Carpathian Mountains is discussed: Romania: Land: of Moldova), stretches from the Eastern Carpathian Mountains to the Prut River on the Ukrainian border. In western Romania, the historic Banat region is bounded on the north by the Mureș River and reaches west and south into Hungary and Serbia. Finally, bounded on the north and east by . GEOLOGICAL STRUCTURE OF THE ROMANIAN CARPATHIANS B12 7 - B12 Volume n° 1 - from PR01 to B15 (South Apuseni). A largely developed tectogenetic event is the Meso-Cretaceous one. It involved the European Continental Margin generating the base-ment shearing nappes of the Central East Carpathians (Median Dacides) and a part of the oceanic Tethys.
Carpathian Mountains, a geologically young European mountain chain forming the eastward continuation of the the Danube Gap, near Bratislava, Slovakia, they swing in a wide crescent-shaped arc some miles (1, kilometres) long to near Orşova, Romania, at the portion of the Danube River valley called the Iron are the conventional boundaries . GEODYNAMIC EVOLUTION OF THE CARPATHO Š PANNONIAN REGION DURING THE NEOGENE M. KOV`Č1, J. LEXA2, V. KONEČNÝ2 and J. −EFARA3 1Comenius University, Faculty of Sciences, Department of geology and paleontology, MlynskÆ dolina G, 15 Bratislava, Slovakia; [email protected] 2Geological Survey of Slovak Republic, .
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Neogene volcanism in the east Carpathians (Calimani-Gurghiu-Harghita Mts.) ;: Symposium Volcanism and Metallogenesis, Bucharest, (Guidebook series) [Dan RaÌ dulescu] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying : Dan RaÌ dulescu. The apparent time delay between the main period of shortening (i.e., active subduction of an oceanic plate) and the initiation of the volcanism in the East Carpathians was explained by Mason et al.
() as a consequence of subduction of a narrow (–km-wide) oceanic basin. In this case, the observed time gap could be consistent with. NEOGENE VOLCANISM IN OAS MTS., EASTERN CARPATHIANS, ROMANIA Petrogenesis and m agm atic evoluti on in the East Carpathian Neogene NEOGENE CALC-ALKALINE MAGMATISM IN OAS-GUTAI MTS., EASTERN.
 Lexa J., Stohl J., Koneĉný V., The Banska Stiavnica Neogene-Quaternary Volcanic forms in the Carpathian-Pannonian Region: a review ore district: relationship between metallogenetic processes and the geological evolution of a stratovolcano, Mineralium Deposita,34, – Google Scholar  Szakács A., Seghedi I.,Cited by: Tectonophysics, () Eisevier Science Publishers B.V., Amsterdam Review of Neogene and Quaternary volcanism of the Carpathian-Pannonian region Csaba Szabo a, Szabolcs Harangi a and Laszlo Csontos b " Department of Petrology and Geochemistry, Ev University, H Budapest, Museum kit.
4 /A, Hungary b Department of Geology, Ev Cited by: Evolution of the Neogene Gurghiu Mountains volcanic range (Eastern Carpathians, Romania), based on K-Ar geochronology Article (PDF Available) in Geologica Carpathica 55(4) August with Rhyolites and secondary ultra-potassic rocks in the subsequent neogene volcanism from the east Carpathians D.
RĂdulescu 1 Bulletin Volcanologique vol pages – () Cite this articleCited by: 7. Keywords: calc-alkaline volcanism, dome-building, hyaloclastites, Neogene, submarine 1. Geological setting Oas Mts. represent the northernmost part of the Neogene-Quaternary volcanic chain of Romanian Eastern Carpathians (Fig.1).
Its pre-Neogene basement is composed of Inner and Fig. 1 Sketch of the Carpatho-Balkanic Orogenic. Geochronology of the Neogene calc-alkaline intrusive magmatism in the "Subvolcanic Zone" of the Eastern Carpathians (Romania) The Poiana Botizei-Ţibleş-Toroiaga-Rodna-Bârgâu intrusive area (PBTTRB), northwest Romania, known as the "Subvolcanic Zone", is located between the Gutâi (NW) and Câlimani (SE) volcanic massifs.
The Western Carpathians are separated from the Alps by the valley of the river Danube (only from the geographical point of view; the geological boundary is the so-called Carnuntum gate) and the Raaba line.
To the east, the boundary with the Eastern Carpathians is placed formally in the valley of the river Uzh, but many tectonic divisions consider the Hornád fault system on the line. title = "Neogene-quaternary volcanic forms in the Carpathian-Pannonian region: A review", abstract = "Neogene to Quaternary volcanic/magmatic activity in the Carpathian-Pannonian Region (CPR) occurred between 21 and Ma with a distinct migration in time from west to by: The Neogene quartz andesites from the Oaş and Gutâi Mountains (Romania) are mid-K calc-alkaline rocks and contain plagioclase-orthopyroxene-clinopyroxene-amphibole-magnetite phenocrysts as well as quartz crystals.
They are associated with a volcanic sequence ranging from basalts and basaltic andesites to dacites and rhyolites, but form a separate Cited by: 3. Earth and Planetary Science Letters, 32 () Elsevier Scientific Publishing Company, Amsterdam - Printed in The Netherlands  RARE EARTH ELEMENTS IN EAST CARPATHIAN VOLCANIC ROCKS A.
PECCERILLO 1 and S.R. TAYLOR Research School of Earth Science, Australian National University, Canberra, A. (Australia) Received June 1, Cited by: Genesis of the Neogene to Quaternary volcanism in the Carpathian-Pannonian region 69 Tectonic inversion has characterized the Pannonian Basin since the late Pliocene due to the push of the Adriatic plate from southwest and blocking by the East European platform in the east (Horváth and Cloething, ).
Chalot-Prat, F., and Girbacea, R.,Partial delamination of continental mantle lithosphere, uplift-related crust-mantle decoupling, volcanism and basin formation: a new model for the Pliocene-Quaternary evolution of the southern East-Carpathians, Romania.
The Carpathian Mountains or Carpathians (/ k ɑːr ˈ p eɪ θ i ən z /) are a range of mountains forming an arc throughout Central and Eastern y 1, km ( mi) long, it is the third-longest European mountain range after the Urals with 2, km (1, mi) and the Scandinavian Mountains with 1, km (1, mi).
The range stretches from the far eastern Countries: List, Czech Republic, Poland. The geology of Romania is structurally complex, with evidence of past crustal movements and the incorporation of different blocks or platforms to the edge of Europe, driving recent mountain building of the Carpathian Mountains.
Romania is a country located at the crossroads of Central, Eastern, and Southeastern Europe. It borders the Black Sea to the southeast, Bulgaria to the. tion and geochemical features, Neogene magmatism in the Carpathian–Pannonian area can be divided into the following segments (Fig.
1): (1) a Western Seg-ment that includes the West Carpathians and Panno-nian basin (North Hungary and Central Slovakia). Here calc-alkaline volcanism occurred between f20 and 11 Ma, with large volumes of acidic and.
– – Geology Department, University of Bucharest, Romania – ”Geodynamic evolution of neogene volcanism and metalogenesis in Metaliferi Mounts (Bucium – Frasin area)”. – – PhD – Paleomagnetic investigations in the area of.
A review of Paleogene–early Miocene igneous rocks of the Alpine-Carpathian-Pannonian-Dinaric region is presented in this paper. We attempt to reveal the geo-dynamic link between Paleogene–early Miocene igneous rocks of the Mid-Hungarian zone and those of.
The Carpathians are a mountain system located in eastern Europe, and the source of the Dniester, Tisza and Vistula Rivers. They form the natural border between Slovakia and southern Poland, and then extend southward through Ukraine and into Romania.
Major subdivisions include the East and West Beskids and Tatra Mountains that run through.Neogene tectonic evolution of the southern and eastern Carpathians constrained by paleomagnetism Abstract The Neogene geodynamic evolution of the southeastern Carpatho-Pannonian system is constrained by the timing and magnitude of vertical-axis tectonic rotations derived from paleomagnetic analysis.
We report results from 13 paleomagnetic.The Baia Mare metallogenic district of Neogene age occurs in the northwestern part of the Neogene volcanic chain within the Eastern Carpathians. The Neogene volcanism from Baia Mare area is related to the subduction processes of the East European plate under two microplates, Alcapa and Tisza-Dacia/Tisia, in the post-collisional compressive : Gheorghe Damian, Andrei Buzatu, Ionut Andrei Apopei, Zsolt László Szakács, Ioan Denuț, Gheorghe Iepu.