The Cambrian rocks and their tectonic evolution in the Dyminy Anticline of the Holy Cross Mts.

Stanisław Orłowski, Włodzimierz Mizerski


The Dyminy Anticline is the Variscan tectonic unit with its core consisting of the Lower Cambrian rocks. The Cambrian core is covered by the Ordovician, Silurian and Devonian deposits on the slopes. The Lower Cambrian structure is a monocline inside which there are longitudinal tectonic grabens filled in with the Ordovician and Silurian deposits.

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