Budowa geologiczna południowych okolic Gozdnicy

Janusz Trzepierczyński

Abstract


 Przedstawiono charakterystykę litostratygraficzną oraz genezę utworów kenozoicznych i kredowych na podstawie szczegółowego zdjęcia geologicznego, profilów wiertniczych oraz badań geofizycznych.

 

 

GEOLOGICAL STRUCTURE OF SOUTHERN VICINITIES OF GOZDNICA

 

The data presented here have been gathered in the course of compilation of the Polana–Sobolice sheet of the Detailed Geological Map of the Sudety Mts in the scale 1: 25,000 within the frame of the mapping project of the Geological Institute.

In the studied area, basement of the Cenozoic is built of Santonian sandstones, clays and mudstones, separated by half-horst of Coniacian sandstones. The Upper Cretaceous is overlain by Middle and Upper Miocene and Pliocene rocks, represented by sands and quartz or quartz-feldspar gravels and the Poznań Clays, especially well developed in the Sobolice depression (Figs. 2, 3). Quaternary cover is here 22.3–12.5 m thick. Within this cover, there have been identified sediments of the Mid- and North-Polish Glaciations and Holocene (Fig. 1).

 


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