The discovery of new sulphur deposits between the Vistula and San rivers (the Carpathian Foredeep, southern Poland) - a historical review

Bolesław Kubica

Abstract


The studies and explorations of the Polish Geological Institute after World War II of the area between Vistula and San rivers (northern Carpathian Foredeep, southern Poland) resulted in the discovery of new native sulphur deposits. The documented giant resources became a basis for the development of sulphur mining and processing. Presented here, in chronological order, is the history of the investigation and discovery of sulphur deposits during the last fifty years (1937- 1987).


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