|Autorzy||Budzyń, B., Wirth, R., Sláma, J., Kozub-Budzyń, G.A., Schreiber, A.|
|Tytuł||Atomic-scale Th and U segregation into dislocation cores and U-Pb age discordance in xenotime.|
|Czasopismo||Lithos 444–445, 107105|
|Autorzy||Skov L., Peyrégne S., Popli D., Iasi L.N.M., Devièse T., Slon V., Zavala E.I., Hajdinjak M., Sümer A.P. , Grote S., Mesa A.B., Herráez D.L., Nickel B., Nagel S., Richter J., Essel E., Gansauge M., Schmidt A., Korlević P., Comeskey D., Derevianko A.P., Kharevich A., Markin S.V., Talamo S., Douka K., Krajcarz M.T., Roberts R.G., Higham T., Viola B., Krivoshapkin A.I., Kolobova K.A., Kelso J., Meyer M., Pääbo S., Peter B.M.|
|Tytuł||Genetic insights into the social organization of Neanderthals|
|Czasopismo||Nature 610: 519-525|
Here we analyze the genetic structure of a unique Neanderthal taphocenosis in Chagyrskaya Cave (Altai Mountains). We found the group of 11 individuals to be a closely related family that roamed in the area around 59–51 thousand years ago. The mtDNA and Y-chromosome DNA reveal the low genetic diversity of the population and underrepresentation of males. Actualistic comparison with modern hominid populations allows perceiving those Neanderthals’ genetic structure in a similar way as that of modern mountain gorilla, an endangered subspecies. Distribution of the genetically-confirmed bones of the same individuals within the sedimentary sequence points toward strong post-depositional disturbances at the site.
|Autorzy||Zhu RZ., Słaby E., Lai SC., Chen LH, Qin J., Zhang C., Zhao S., Zhang F., Liu WH, Fowler M.,|
|Tytuł||High-K calc-alkaline to shoshonitic intrusions in SE Tibet: implications for metasomatized lithospheric mantle beneath an active continental margin|
|Czasopismo||Contributions to Mineralogy and Petrology, Volume 176, article 85, 7 Oct 2021|
High-K calc-alkaline to shoshonitic suites are widespread and generally volumetrically small but provide key information on magmatic mantle-crust interactions. Limited work has addressed the multi-stage formation of relatively high-volume high-K to shoshonitic rocks. A newly identified, Late-Cretaceous to Early-Cenozoic high-volume high-K to shoshonitic association (ca. 28,000 km3) is described, from the southeastern Himalayan–Tibetan orogen.
|Autorzy||Wudarska, A., Słaby, E., Wiedenbeck, M., Barnes, J.D., Bonifacie, M., Sturchio, N.C., Bardoux, G., Couffignal, F., Glodny, J., Heraty, L., John, T., Kusebauch, C., Mayanna, S., Wilke, F.D.H, Deput, E.|
|Tytuł||Inter-laboratory characterisation of apatite reference materials for chlorine isotope analysis|
|Czasopismo||Geostandards and Geoanalytical Research, Volume 45, Issue 1, March 2021, p. 121-142|
Here we report on a set of six apatite reference materials (chlorapatites MGMH#133648, TUBAF#38 and fluorapatites MGMH#128441A, TUBAF#37, 40, 50) which we have characterised for their chlorine isotope ratios; these RMs span a range of Cl mass fractions within the apatite Ca10(PO4)6(F,Cl,OH)2 solid solution series. Numerous apatite specimens, obtained from mineralogical collections, were initially screened for 37Cl/35Cl homogeneity using SIMS followed by δ37Cl characterisation by gas source mass spectrometry using both dual-inlet and continuous-flow modes.
|Autorzy||Paszkowski, M., Budzyń, B., Mazur, S., Sláma, J., Środoń, J., Millar, I.L., Shumlyanskyy, L., Kędzior, A., Liivamägi, S.|
|Tytuł||Detrital zircon U-Pb and Hf constraints on provenance and timing of deposition of the Mesoproterozoic to Cambrian sedimentary cover of the East European Craton, part II: Ukraine|
|Czasopismo||Precambrian Research, Volume 362, 15 August 2021, 106282|
|Autorzy||Patko, L., Ciazela, J., Aradi, L.E., Liptai, N., Pieterek, B., Berkesi, M., Lazarov, M., Kovacs, I.J., Holtz, F., Szabo, C.|
|Tytuł||Iron isotope and trace metal variations during mantle metasomatism: in situ study on sulfide minerals from peridotite xenoliths from Nógrád-Gömör Volcanic Field (Northern Pannonian Basin)|
|Czasopismo||Lithos, Volumes 396–397, September 2021, 106238|
|Autorzy||Tramm, F., Wirth, R., Budzyń, B., Sláma, J., Schreiber, A.|
|Tytuł||LA-ICP-MS and TEM constraints on the magmatic and post-magmatic processes recorded by the zircon-xenotime intergrowth in pegmatite (Piława Górna, Góry Sowie Block, SW Poland)|
|Czasopismo||Lithos, Volumes 404–405, 1 December 2021, 106480|
|Autorzy||Solovey T., Wojewódka-Przybył M., Janica R.|
|Tytuł||Hydrochemical indicators of water source and contamination in fen peatlands of varying hydrogeomorphic settings in northern and central Poland|
|Czasopismo||Ecological Indicators, Volume 129, October 2021, 107944|
|Autorzy||Cheng L:, Xue B., Zawisza E., Liu J., Yao S., Li S.,|
|Tytuł||Specific species response of Cladocera to the trophic and hydrological environments of lakes: A case study of a typical shallow mesotrophic lake|
|Czasopismo||Catena, Vol. 207, December 2021, 105630|
|Autorzy||Szczygieł J., Sobczyk A., Hercman H., Mendecki M.J., Gąsiorowski M.|
|Tytuł||Damaged Speleothems and Collapsed Karst Chambers Indicate Paleoseismicity of the NE Bohemian Massif (Niedźwiedzia Cave, Poland)|
|Czasopismo||Tectonics, 10 February 2021|
In low to moderate seismic regions, where earthquake effects are rarely preserved in the geological record, caves can shield them from erosion
Speleoseismological research in Niedźwiedzia Cave revealed five events of cave damage between 320 and 21 ka
Based on ground motion models, the probable seismic source of damage within the cave is the Sudetic Marginal Fault
|Autorzy||Sekudewicz, I., Dąbrowska, A.M., Syczewski, M.D.|
|Tytuł||Microplastic pollution in surface water and sediments in the urban section of the Vistula River (Poland)|
|Czasopismo||Science of the Total Environment, Vol. 762, 25 March 2021, 143111|
|Autorzy||Gąsiorowski M., Sienkiewicz E., Ciołko U., Kaucha K., Kupryjanowicz M., Szal M.|
|Tytuł||Cultural eutrophication of a Central European lowland lake from the Bronze Age to the present recorded in diatom and Cladocera remains|
|Czasopismo||Catena, Vol. 204, September 2021, 105404|
|Autorzy||Bella P., Gradziński M., Hercman H., Leszczyński S., Nemec W.|
|Tytuł||Sedimentary anatomy and hydrological record of relic fluvial deposits in a karst cave conduit|
|Czasopismo||Sedimentology, Vol. 68, Issue 1, January 2021, p. 425-448|
This case study from the renowned Demänová Cave System in the Carpathians of Slovakia demonstrates that the conventional methods of fluvial sedimentology, combined with an allostratigraphic mapping and speleothem U-series isotopic dating, can give unprecedented insights into the hydrological history of underground karst conduit. The deposits studied are a relic compound sidebar ranging from gravel to mud and encapsulating the conduit’s hydrological history from the middle Pleistocene to the present time.
|Autorzy||Sudoł-Procyk M., Brandl M., Krajcarz M.T., Malak M., Skrzatek M., Stefański D., Trela-Kieferling E., Werra D.H.|
|Tytuł||Chocolate flint: new perspectives on its deposits, mining, use and distribution by prehistoric communities in Central Europe|
|Czasopismo||Antiquity, 11 August 2021|
The discovery of previously unknown chocolate flint outcrops in the Kraków-Częstochowa Upland (only the second known area after that in the Holy Cross Mountains) has undermined our seemingly solid knowledge of the prehistoric economy, which is based on the distribution pattern of this important raw material. The authors present new interdisciplinary research focused on the prehistoric mining of chocolate flint in the Kraków-Częstochowa Upland, the distribution of chocolate flint artefacts within the Upland and beyond, and methods to distinguish this material from the Holy Cross Mountains chocolate flint.
|Autorzy||Kot M., Krajcarz M.T., Moskal-del Hoyo M., Gryczewska N., Wojenka M., Pyżewicz K., Sinet-Mathiot V., Diakowski M., Fedorowicz S., Gąsiorowski M., Marciszak A., Lipecki G., Mackiewicz P.|
|Tytuł||Chronostratigraphy of Jerzmanowician. New data from Koziarnia Cave, Poland|
|Czasopismo||Journal of Archaeological Science: Reports, Vol. 38, August 2021, 103014|
|Autorzy||Berto C., Krajcarz, M.T., Moskal-del Hoyo M., Komar M., Sinet-Mathiot V., Zarzecka-Szubińska K., Krajcarz M., Szymanek M., Wertz K., Marciszak A., Mętrak M., Suska-Malawska M., Wilcke A., Kot M.|
|Tytuł||Environment changes during Middle to Upper Palaeolithic transition in southern Poland (Central Europe). A multiproxy approach for the MIS 3 sequence of Koziarnia Cave (Kraków-Częstochowa Upland)|
|Czasopismo||Journal of Archaeological Science: Reports, Volume 35, February 2021, 102723|
|Autorzy||Skrzypkowski, K.,Zagórski, K., Zagórska, A.|
|Tytuł||Determination of the Extent of the Rock Destruction Zones around a Gasification Channel on the Basis of Strength Tests of Sandstone and Claystone Samples Heated at High Temperatures up to 1200°C and Exposed to Water|
|Czasopismo||Energies, Vol. 14, issue 20, 6464, 9 October 2021|
This article presents the results of laboratory tests regarding the influence of high temperatures on changes in the strength and structural parameters of rocks that are present in the immediate vicinity of a gasification channel. Sandstone and claystone samples were heated at 300 °C, 600 °C, 900 °C and 1200 °C. Additionally, the heated samples were placed in water for 24 h. The results of the laboratory tests were used in the numerical simulation using RS2 software. The main goal of modeling was to determine the extent of the rock destruction zone around the gasification channel for dry and wet rock masses.
|Autorzy||Jastrzębski, M., Żelaźniewicz, A., Sláma, J., Machowiak, K., Śliwiński, M., Jaźwa, A., Kocjan, I.|
|Tytuł||Provenance of Precambrian basement of the Brunovistulian Terrane: New data from its Silesian part (Czech Republic, Poland), central Europe, and implications for Gondwana break-up|
|Czasopismo||Precambrian Research, Vol. 355, April 2021, 106108|
|Autorzy||Tabaud, A. S., Štípská, P., Mazur, S., Schulmann, K., Míková, J., Wong, J., Sun, M.|
|Tytuł||Evolution of a Cambro-Ordovician active margin in northern Gondwana: Geochemical and zircon geochronological evidence from the Góry Sowie metasedimentary rocks, Poland|
|Czasopismo||Gondwana Research, Vol. 90, February 2021, Pages 1-26|
|Autorzy||Mężyk, M., Malinowski, M., Mazur, S.|
|Tytuł||Structure of a diffuse suture between Fennoscandia and Sarmatia in SE Poland based on interpretation of regional reflection seismic profiles supported by unsupervised clustering|
|Czasopismo||Precambrian Research, Volume 358, 15 June 2021, 106176|
|Autorzy||Maitra, A., Anczkiewicz, A.A., Anczkiewicz, R., Dunkl, I., Mukhopadhyay, D.K.|
|Tytuł||Thrusting sequence in the Western Himalayan foreland basin during the late phase of continental collision defined by low-temperature thermochronology|
|Czasopismo||Tectonophysics, Vol. 821, 20 December 2021, 229145|
|Autorzy||Liivamägi, S., Środoń, J., Bojanowski, M.J., Stanek, J.J., Roberts, N.M.W.|
|Tytuł||Precambrian paleosols on the Great Unconformity of the East European Craton: An 800 million year record of Baltica’s climatic conditions|
|Czasopismo||Precambrian Research, Vol. 363, 1 September 2021, 106327|
|Autorzy||Dubicka, Z., Bojanowski, M.J., Peryt, D., Barski, M.|
|Tytuł||Biotic and isotopic vestiges of oligotrophy on continental shelves during Oceanic Anoxic Event 2|
|Czasopismo||Global Biogeochemical Cycles|
|Autorzy||Botor, D., Mazur, S., Anczkiewicz, A.A., Dunkl, I., Golonka, J.|
|Tytuł||Thermal history of the East European Platform margin in Poland based on apatite and zircon low-temperature thermochronology|
|Czasopismo||Solid Earth, Volume 12, 1899–1930, 2021|
The Phanerozoic tectonothermal evolution of the SW slope of the East European Platform (EEP) in Poland is reconstructed by means of thermal maturity, low-temperature thermochronometry, and thermal modelling. We provide a set of new thermochronometric data and integrate stratigraphic and thermal maturity information to constrain the burial and thermal history of sediments. Apatite fission track (AFT) analysis and zircon (U−Th)/He (ZHe) thermochronology have been carried out on samples of sandstones, bentonites, diabase, and crystalline basement rocks collected from 17 boreholes located in central and NE Poland.
|Autorzy||Bojanowski, M.J., Oszczypko-Clowes, M., Barski, M., Oszczypko, N., Radzikowska, M., Ciesielska, Z.,|
|Tytuł||Slope destabilization provoked by dissociation of gas hydrates in the Outer Carpathian basin during the Oligocene: Sedimentological, petrographic, isotopic and biostratigraphic record|
|Czasopismo||Marine and Petroleum Geology, Vol. 123, January 2021, 104585|
|Autorzy||Barnes, C.J., Jeanneret, P., Ziemniak, G., Kooijman, E., Kośmińska, K., Kielman-Schmitt, M., Schneider D.A.,|
|Tytuł||Using Th-U-Pb geochronology to extract crystallization ages of Paleozoic metamorphic monazite contaminated by initial Pb|
|Czasopismo||Chemical Geology, Vol. 582, 5 November 2021, 120450|
Geochronology of Th-rich minerals is advantageous as it allows use of three isotopic systems (i.e., 206Pb/238U, 207Pb/235U, and 208Pb/232Th) for accurate data assessment. The 208Pb/232Th system is especially advantageous in cases where the dated mineral includes an initial Pb component, as 208Pb/232Th is the least sensitive to the effects of initial Pb amongst the three systems. This benefit is demonstrated with monazite from a white mica schist of the Tsäkkok Lens, Scandinavian Caledonides, where three distinct generations of Paleozoic monazite (MnzI, Mnz-II, Mnz-III) are recognized and dated using laser ablation inductively coupled mass spectrometry.
|Autorzy||Ziemiański, P. P., Derkowski, A., Szczerba, M., Guggenheim S.|
|Tytuł||Smectite Crystallite Swelling Under High Pressure of Methane|
|Czasopismo||Journal of Physical Chemistry C|
Clay minerals, along with organic matter, control methane (CH4) gas adsorption properties of sediments and sedimentary rocks. These natural, high-pressure environments of sediments and sedimentary rocks are particularly important in view of hydrocarbon exploration and global warming. The present study investigates swelling of smectites in dry methane at high pressure (1–60 bar), using in situ high-pressure X-ray diffraction and Grand Canonical Ensemble Monte Carlo simulations.
|Autorzy||Rybka, K., Matusik, J., Kuligiewicz, A., Leiviskä, T., & Cempura, G.|
|Tytuł||Surface chemistry and structure evaluation of Mg/Al and Mg/Fe LDH derived from magnesite and dolomite in comparison to LDH obtained from chemicals|
|Czasopismo||Applied Surface Science, Volume 538, Feb 2021, 147923|
|Autorzy||Marynowski L., Bucha M., Lempart-Drozd M., Stępień M., Kondratowicz M., Smolarek-Lach J., Rybicki M., Goryl M., Brocks J. and Simoneit R.R.T|
|Tytuł||Preservation of hemicellulose remnants in sedimentary organic matter|
|Czasopismo||Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta, Volume 310, October 2021|
Cellulose has been identified in fossil material, but the preservation potential of hemicelluloses, which are less resistant to decomposition than cellulose, is generally considered very low. Here we present the discovery of hemicellulose in Miocene xylites (fossil wood) and Cretaceous xylo-detritic coals from Poland.
|Autorzy||Kuligiewicz, A., Środoń, J., Liivamägi, S.|
|Tytuł||Oxygen isotopic compositions of end-members in a multicomponent mixture: Ediacaran weathering material from the East European Craton|
|Czasopismo||Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta, Volume 306, August 2021|
The aim of the present study was to investigate the oxygen isotopic composition of the Ediacaran weathering material from the western margin of the East European Craton. This area presents a unique opportunity to investigate the Ediacaran strata with a minimum diagenetic overprint. Paleosol intervals, containing material formed during the most advanced weathering stages, rich in kaolinite and iron (hydr)oxides, and corresponding sedimentary rocks were investigated. Bulk material and separated clay fractions were subjected to reactions with hot dithionite-citrate-bicarbonate solution in order to remove free iron (hydr)oxides. The obtained material was characterized by X-ray diffraction, chemical analysis, thermogravimetric analysis, and the measurement of oxygen isotope composition.
|Autorzy||Kałahurska K., Ziemiański P. P., Roth W. J., Gil B.|
|Tytuł||From Colloidal Dispersions of Zeolite Monolayers to Effective Solid Catalysts in Transformations of Bulky Organic Molecules: Role of Freeze-Drying and Dialysis|
|Czasopismo||Molecules, Volume 26, April 2021, 2076|
We investigated the properties and catalytic activity of zeolites with MWW topology obtained by unprecedented liquid exfoliation of the MCM-56 zeolite into solutions of monolayers and isolation/reassembly of the dispersed layers by various methods, with optional purification by dialysis or ammonium exchange.
|Autorzy||Derkowski A., Środoń J., Goryl M., Marynowski M., Szczerba M., Mazur S.|
|Tytuł||Long-distance fluids migration defines diagenetic history of unique Ediacaran sediments in the East European Craton|
|Czasopismo||Basin Research, Volume 33. issue 1, February 2021|
|Autorzy||Bristow T.F., Derkowski A., Blake D.F., Berlanga G., and De Deckker P.|
|Tytuł||A comparative study of clay mineral authigenesis in terrestrial and martian lakes; an Australian example|
|Czasopismo||American Journal of Science|
Clay mineral-bearing mudstones are a prominent component of ancient fluvial-lacustrine deposits, 100s of meters thick, documented by the Mars Science Laboratory (MSL) rover, in Gale crater, Mars. Most of the clay minerals documented by MSL are hypothesized to have formed in situ, at or close to the time of deposition ∼3.5 Ga ago, by aqueous alteration of basaltic detritus. Here we study the mechanisms, controls, and timescales of clay mineral authigenesis in a series of lakes with a wide range of water chemistries from the Western Volcanic District, Victoria, SE Australia, as an analog to the Gale crater mudstones.
|Autorzy||Bojanowski, M.J., Marciniak-Maliszewska, B., Środoń, J., Liivamägi, S.|
|Tytuł||Extensive non-marine depositional setting evidenced by carbonate minerals in the Ediacaran clastic series of the western East European Craton|
|Autorzy||Tyszka J., Godos K., Goleń J., Radmacher W.|
|Tytuł||Foraminiferal organic linings: Functional and phylogenetic challenges.|
Foraminifera are commonly applied as essential tools for relative time control and reconstructions of paleo/environmental conditions. These single-celled organisms leave in the sedimentary rocks two types of fossil records represented by mineralized shells (tests) and their organic linings. Although both types require different preparation methodologies, they should be treated complementary as they represent the same specimens. Unfortunately, this is not the case, and the foraminiferal fossil record is highly biased towards mineral shells. The fossil archive of acid resistant organic linings is highly fragmentary and limited to accessory components within palynological preparations of marine sediments.
|Autorzy||Radmacher W., Vásquez O.J., Tzalam M., Jolomná M., Molineros A., Eldrett J.S.|
|Tytuł||What happened to the organic matter from the Upper Cretaceous succession in Guatemala, Central America?|
|Czasopismo||Marine and Petroleum Geology|
|Autorzy||Pszonka, J., Schulz, B., Sala, D.|
|Tytuł||Application of mineral liberation analysis (MLA) for investigations of grain size distribution in submarine density flow deposits|
|Czasopismo||Marine and Petroleum Geology|
|Autorzy||Bartosz Budzyń, Richard Wirth, Jiří Sláma, Łukasz Birski, Fabian Tramm, Gabriela A. Kozub-Budzyń, Grzegorz Rzepa, Anja Schreiber|
|Tytuł||LA-ICPMS, TEM and Raman study of radiation damage, fluid-induced alteration and disturbance of U-Pb and Th-Pb ages in experimentally metasomatised monazite|
• Experimentally altered monazite was studied in terms of preservation of U-Th-Pb ages
• Degree of annealing of radiation damage in monazite increases with increasing temperature
• Altered monazite (250–550 °C) yielded discordant dates due to up to 99.4 % Pb-loss
• Linear regressions on the Concordia diagrams show lower intercept ages of ca. 0 Ma
• Monazite from 650–750 °C runs shows initial disturbance of the U-Th-Pb system
|Autorzy||Mirosław Jastrzębski, Bartosz Budzyń, Andrzej Żelaźniewicz, Patrik Konečný, Jiří Sláma, Gabriela A. Kozub‐Budzyń, Etienne Skrzypek, Aleksandra Jaźwa|
|Tytuł||Eo‐Variscan metamorphism in the Bohemian Massif: Thermodynamic modelling and monazite geochronology of gneisses and granulites of the Góry Sowie Massif, SW Poland|
|Czasopismo||Journal of Metamorphic Geology|
In the Variscides of central Europe, the tectonothermal history of a few units jointly assigned to the Teplá‐Barrandian/Bohemian microplate had already terminated in the Devonian. One of these is the Góry Sowie Massif (GSM; Sudetes, SW Poland), mainly consisting of variably migmatitic gneisses with subordinate granulite and peridotite inserts. The eo‐Variscan evolution of the GSM was completed in five tectonothermal stages; however, the timing and pressure–temperature (P–T) conditions of the individual stages remain unclear because isotopic ages overlap within error, and previous P–T estimates have been determined without reference to these ages.
|Autorzy||Ewa Słaby, Robert Anczkiewicz, Katarzyna Gros, Klaus Simon, Gabriela A. Kozub-Budzyń, Łukasz Birski, Hervé Martin, Mudlappa Jayananda, Jean-François Moyen, Milena Matyszczak, Marta Koziarska, Ewa Deput|
|Tytuł||High-temperature fluids in granites during the Neoarchaean-Palaeoproterozoic transition: Insight from Closepet titanite chemistry and U-Pb dating (Dharwar craton, India)|
|Czasopismo||Lithos, Volumes 386–387, April 2021, 106039|
|Autorzy||Bartosz Budzyń, Jiří Sláma, Fernando Corfu, James Crowley, Mark Schmitz, Michael L. Williams, Michael J. Jercinovic, Gabriela A. Kozub-Budzyń, Patrik Konečny, Grzegorz Rzepa, Adam Włodek|
|Tytuł||TS-Mnz – A new monazite age reference material for U-Th-Pb microanalysis|
|Czasopismo||Chemical Geology, Volume 572, 30 June 2021, 120195|
• A megacryst of monazite ("TS-Mnz") was studied by EPMA, Raman microspectroscopy, ID-TIMS U-Pb analysis, and LA-ICPMS U-Th-Pb and TE analysis
• TS-Mnz despite compositional variations reveals reproducible U-Pb and Th-Pb dates
• TS-Mnz is proposed as a new age reference material for U-Th-Pb microanalysis
• Recommended reference mean 207Pb/235U and 208Pb/232Th ages are 910.42 ± 0.34 Ma (2σ) and 910.7 ± 1.3 Ma (95% conf.), respectively
|Autorzy||Artur Kuligiewicz, Arkadiusz Derkowski|
|Tytuł||Rehydroxylation of fired clays: Is the time to the quarter (TTTQ) model correct?|
|Czasopismo||Journal of Archaeological Science, Volume 125, January 2021, 105301|
|Autorzy||Stanisław Mazur, Michał Malinowski, Yuriy Petrovich Maystrenko, Łukasz Gągała|
|Tytuł||Pre-existing lithospheric weak zone and its impact on continental rifting – The Mid-Polish Trough, Central European Basin System|
|Czasopismo||Global and Planetary Change, Volume 198, March 2021, 103417|
|Autorzy||Michał Gąsiorowski, Jacek Stienss, Elwira Sienkiewicz, Ilona Sekudewicz|
|Tytuł||Geochemical Variability of Surface Sediment in Post-Mining Lakes Located in the Muskau Arch (Poland) and Its Relation to Water Chemistry|
|Czasopismo||Water, Air, & Soil Pollution volume 232, Article number: 108 (2021)|
Water and sediment chemical compositions were investigated in 75 post-mining lakes in the eastern part of the Muskau Arch region (Western Poland, Central Europe). The lakes, originating from lignite and clay surfaces and underground mining activity, exhibited a wide gradient of physical and chemical water parameters. The most pronounced variability in water parameters was observed in pH values, conductivity, and oxygen concentration in the mixolimnion and monimolimnion. In addition, the lakes varied in terms of their trophic status, indicated by their dissolved organic carbon (DOC) and phosphorous concentrations. In general, lakes with higher pH values had higher trophic states, and some even exhibited hypertrophic conditions. The Monte Carlo test indicated that the water pH, phosphorus, DOC, and silicon concentrations could significantly explain the chemical characteristics of sediments.
|Autorzy||Marcin Błaszczyk, Helena Hercman, Jacek Pawlak, Jacek Szczygieł|
|Tytuł||Paleoclimatic reconstruction in the Tatra Mountains of the western Carpathians during MIS 9–7 inferred from a multiproxy speleothem record|
|Czasopismo||Quaternary Research, 99, 290-304|
The SC-3 speleothem from Szczelina Chochołowska Cave, located in the Tatra Mountains, was studied in detail. U-series dating and age–depth modeling allowed us to constrain the period of speleothem growth to between approximately 330 and 200 ka, that is, during Marine Isotope Stages (MIS) 9–7. The complementary use of stable isotope analyses, petrographic studies, and trace element analyses allowed the identification of warm and wet climatic conditions that were favorable for speleothem growth during MIS 9e and MIS 9c. Unfavorable climatic periods included the cold glacial conditions of MIS 8 and the MIS 9/MIS 8 transition.
|Autorzy||K. Dudzisz, M. Lewandowski, T. Wernera, G. Karasiński, A. Kędzior, M. Paszkowski, J. Środoń, M.J. Bojanowski|
|Tytuł||Paleolatitude estimation and premises for geomagnetic field instability from the Proterozoic drilling core material of the south-western part of the East European Craton|
|Czasopismo||Precambrian Research, Volume 357, 1 June 2021, 106135|
|Autorzy||Łukasz Kruszewski, Monika J. Fabiańska, Tomasz Segit, Danuta Kusy, Rafał Motyliński, Justyna Ciesielczuk, Ewa Deput|
|Tytuł||Carbon‑nitrogen compounds, alcohols, mercaptans, monoterpenes, acetates, aldehydes, ketones, SF6, PH3, and other fire gases in coal-mining waste heaps of Upper Silesian Coal Basin (Poland) – a re-investigation by means of in situ FTIR external database approach|
|Czasopismo||Science of The Total Environment, Volume 698, 1 January 2020, 134274|
|Autorzy||Bartosz Budzyń, Łukasz Birski, Richard Wirth, Anja Schreiber|
|Tytuł||Nanoscale constraints on a fluid-induced transformation of monazite during postmagmatic alteration – A case of the Jawornik granitoid (NE Orlica-Śnieżnik Dome, Sudetes, SW Poland)|
|Czasopismo||Lithos, Volumes 376–377, 1 December 2020, 105777|
•Monazite demonstrates different courses of fluid-mediated post-magmatic alteration.
•Monazite transformation strongly depends on a local (micro)environment.
•Replacement reactions formed Th-phases, either rhabdophane or thorianite.
•The monazite structure is resistant to infiltration by K- and Ca-bearing fluids.
|Autorzy||Arkadiusz Derkowski, Jan Środoń, Magdalena Goryl, Leszek Marynowski, Marek Szczerba, Stanisław Mazur|
|Tytuł||Long‐distance fluid migration defines the diagenetic history of unique Ediacaran sediments in the East European Craton|
|Czasopismo||Basin Research, 2020; 00: 1– 24.|
|Autorzy||Paweł P. Ziemiański, Arkadiusz Derkowski, Jakub Szczurowski, Marcin Koziełc|
|Tytuł||The structural versus textural control on the methane sorption capacity of clay minerals|
|Czasopismo||International Journal of Coal Geology, Volume 224|
•High-pressure CH4 adsorption was studied using pure illites and smectites.
•CH4 adsorption occurs in nitrogen-accessible micropore volume.
•CH4 adsorption sites are located mainly outside of the interlayer galleries.
•Organic and divalent cations allow limited adsorption in the interlayers.
•Textural factors are the main control on CH4 adsorption capacity in clay minerals.
|Autorzy||Stanisław Mazur, Paweł Aleksandrowski, Łukasz Gągała, Piotr Krzywiec, Jerzy Żaba, Krzysztof Gaidzik, Rafał Sikora|
|Tytuł||Late Palaeozoic strike‑slip tectonics versus oroclinal bending at the SW outskirts of Baltica: case of the Variscan belt’s eastern end in Poland|
|Czasopismo||International Journal of Earth Sciences (2020) 109:1133–1160|
Geophysical and geological data from the eastern sector of the Central European Variscan belt are presented and reviewed in the regional tectonic context. Matched filtering of isostatic gravity, guided by results of spectral analysis, along with other derivatives of gravity and magnetic fields reveal a dominant WNW–ESE-trending pre-Permian structural grain in the external zones of the Variscan belt in Poland.
|Autorzy||Magdalena Krajcarz, Maciej T. Krajcarz, Mateusz Baca, Chris Baumann, Wim Van Neer,Danijela Popović,Magdalena Sudoł-Procyk, Bartosz Wach, Jarosław Wilczyński,Michał Wojenka, and Hervé Bocherens|
|Tytuł||Ancestors of domestic cats in Neolithic Central Europe: Isotopic evidence of a synanthropic diet|
|Czasopismo||Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, Jul 2020, 201918884|
Most of today’s domesticates began as farm animals, but cat domestication took a different path. Cats became commensal of humans somewhere in the Fertile Crescent, attracted to early farmers’ settlements by rodent pests. Cat remains from Poland dated to 4,200 to 2,300 y BCE are currently the earliest evidence for the migration of the Near Eastern wildcat to Central Europe. Tracking the possible synanthropic origin of that migration, we used stable isotopes to investigate the paleodiet. We found that the ecological balance was already changed due to the expansion of Neolithic farmlands. We conclude that among the Late Neolithic Near Eastern wildcats from Poland were free-living individuals, who preyed on rodent pests and shared ecological niches with native European wildcats.
|Autorzy||Wiesława Radmacher, Karolina Kobos, Jarosław Tyszka, Agata Jarzynka, José Antonio Arz|
|Tytuł||Palynological indicators of palaeoenvironmental perturbations in the Basque-Cantabrian Basin during the latest Cretaceous (Zumaia, northern Spain)|
|Czasopismo||Marine and Petroleum Geology, Volume 112, February 2020, 104107|
|Autorzy||Joanna Mirosław-Grabowska, Milena Obremska, Edyta Zawisza, Magdalena Radzikowska, Joanna Stańczak|
|Tytuł||Towards a dystrophic lake: The history of Smolak Lake (northern Poland) on the basis of geochemical and biological data|
|Czasopismo||CATENA, Volume 187, April 2020|
|Autorzy||Alicja Wudarska, Ewa Słaby, Michael Wiedenbeck, Łukasz Birski, Richard Wirth, Jens Götze, Aivo Lepland, Christof Kusebauch and Izabela Kocjan|
|Tytuł||Chlorine Isotope Composition of Apatite from the >3.7 Ga Isua Supracrustal Belt, SW Greenland|
|Czasopismo||Minerals 2020; 10(1):27.|
The study of the oldest surviving rock suites is crucial for understanding the processes that shaped the early Earth and formed an environment suitable for life. The metasedimentary and metavolcanic rocks of the early Archean Isua supracrustal belt contain abundant apatite, the geochemical signatures of which may help decipher ancient environmental conditions.
|Autorzy||Łukasz Słonka, Piotr Krzywiec|
|Tytuł||Seismic Characteristics and Development of the Upper Jurassic Carbonate Buildups from the Miechów Trough (Southern Poland)|
|Czasopismo||Geosciences 2020, 10(6), 239|
The presented study is devoted to the subsurface Upper Jurassic carbonate buildups and surrounding stratified inter-buildup deposits in the hitherto less recognized area, in comparison with other parts of the northern Tethyan shelf in Poland and Europe. The study area is located within the present-day Miechów Trough, almost entirely covered by thick Cretaceous and younger deposits.
|Autorzy||Danuta Peryt, Przemysław Gedl & Tadeusz Marek Peryt|
|Tytuł||Marine transgression(s) to evaporite basin: The case of middle Miocene (Badenian) gypsum in the Central Paratethys, SE Poland|
|Czasopismo||Journal of Palaeogeography 9, 16 (2020)|
The middle Miocene Badenian evaporite basin of the Carpathian Foredeep Basin was a saline lake, separated by a barrier from the sea and supplied with seawater seeping through the barrier or overflowing it occasionally in the form of short-lived marine transgressions. Such transgressions could leave behind marine microfossils in marly clay intercalations.
|Autorzy||Maciej J. Bojanowski; Magdalena Goryl; Barbara Kremer; Beata Marciniak-Maliszewska; Leszek Marynowski; Jan Środoń|
|Tytuł||Pedogenic siderites fossilizing Ediacaran soil microorganisms on the Baltica paleocontinent|
|Czasopismo||Geology (2020) 48 (1): 62–66.|
Ediacaran siderite-bearing sedimentary rocks from the western part of the East European craton exhibit features typical of redoximorphic paleosols, including pedogenic siderite (e.g., sphaerosiderite) with uniform and negative δ18O and highly variable δ13C values. The siderite precipitated in water-logged soils in a hot and humid climate, and represents a rare example of pedogenic siderite formed before the rise of vascular plants.
|Autorzy||Łukasz Birski, Ewa Słaby, R. Wirth, M. Koch-Müller, K. Simon, Alicja Wudarska, J. Götze, A. Lepland, A. Hofmann & A. Kuras|
|Tytuł||Archaean phosphates: a case study of transformation processes in apatite from the Barberton greenstone belt|
|Czasopismo||Contributions to Mineralogy and Petrology 174, 25 (2019)|
|Autorzy||Helena Hercman, Michał Gąsiorowski, Jacek Pawlak, Marcin Błaszczyk, Michał Gradziński, Šárka Matoušková, Paweł Zawidzki, Pavel Bella|
|Tytuł||Atmospheric circulation and the differentiation of precipitation sources during the Holocene inferred from five stalagmite records from Demänová Cave System (Central Europe)|
|Czasopismo||The Holocene, Volume: 30 issue: 6, page(s): 834-846|
Five stalagmites from the Demänová Cave System (DCS, Western Carpathians, Slovakia), spanning the period from 13,000 to 500 a BP, were analyzed for their oxygen and carbon stable isotopic composition of the calcite. The isotopic data obtained from several stalagmites located in one cave system allow us to separate the changes of regional/global importance from the local changes. Oxygen isotope ratios point to dynamic changes in the environment at the onset of the Holocene.
|Autorzy||Dariusz Botor, Aneta A. Anczkiewicz, Stanisław Mazur & Tomasz Siwecki|
|Tytuł||Post-Variscan thermal history of the Intra-Sudetic Basin (Sudetes, Bohemian Massif) based on apatite fission track analysis|
|Czasopismo||International Journal of Earth Sciences, 2019, Volume 108, Number 8, Page 2561|
The Intra-Sudetic Basin, a ~ 12 km deep Variscan intramontane basin, has the best preserved post-orogenic sedimentary record available at the NE margin of the Bohemian Massif. Apatite fission track (AFT) analyses have been performed on 16 sedimentary and volcanic samples of Carboniferous to Cretaceous age from the Intra-Sudetic Basin to improve understanding of the post-Variscan thermal evolution.
|Autorzy||S.J. Porębski; R. Anczkiewicz; M. Paszkowski; S. Skompski; A. Kędzior; S. Mazur; J. Szczepański; A. Buniak; Z. Mikołajewski|
|Tytuł||Hirnantian icebergs in the subtropical shelf of Baltica: Evidence from sedimentology and detrital zircon provenance|
|Czasopismo||Geology (2019) 47 (3): 284–288.|
The widespread glaciomarine record of the Hirnantian (end-Ordovician) glaciation is confined to peri-Gondwanan terranes in Variscan Europe and, hence, is of little use for assessing the equatorward range of icebergs that calved from the North Gondwana ice sheet into the Rheic Ocean. New sedimentological investigations aided by laser ablation–inductively coupled plasma–mass spectrometry detrital zircon dating of Hirnantian diamictites from the East European craton in Poland demonstrate that the iceberg pathways extended to subtropical Baltica.
|Autorzy||Bartosz Budzyń, Jiří Sláma|
|Tytuł||Partial resetting of U–Pb ages during experimental fluid-induced re-equilibration of xenotime|
|Czasopismo||Lithos, vol. 346-347,|
|Autorzy||Paszkowski M., Budzyń B., Mazur S., Sláma J., Shumlyanskyy L., Środoń J., Dhuime B., Kędzior A., Liivamägi S., Pisarzowska A.|
|Tytuł||Detrital zircon U-Pb and Hf constraints on provenance and timing of deposition of the Mesoproterozoic to Cambrian sedimentary cover of the East European Craton, Belarus|
|Czasopismo||Precambrian Research Volume 331|
The sedimentary cover of the East European Craton (EEC) is unique because of its low degree of diagenetic alteration that allows preservation of the original “source to sink” relationships. The present study provides U-Pb and Hf zircon data for the entire Proterozoic sedimentary section of the EEC based on samples from five boreholes in Belarus within the Volyn-Orsha Basin, one of the most important sedimentary basins of the craton.
|Autorzy||Kołtonik K., Isaacson P., Pisarzowska A., Paszkowski M., Augustsson C., Szczerba M., Slama J., Budzyń B., Stachacz M., Krawczyński W.|
|Tytuł||Provenance of upper Paleozoic siliciclastics rocks from two high-latitude glacially influenced intervals in Bolivia|
|Czasopismo||Journal of South American Earth Sciences, Volume 92, June 2019, Pages 12-31|
|Autorzy||Alberti M., Arabas A., Fürsich F. T., Andersen N., Ziółkowski P.|
|Tytuł||The Middle to Upper Jurassic stable isotope record of Madagascar: linking temperature changes with plate tectonics during the break-up of Gondwana|
|Czasopismo||Gondwana Research, 73,1-15.|
|Autorzy||Aleksandrowski P., Krzywiec P.|
|Tytuł||Przekrój geologiczny Szczecin-Władysławowo|
|Czasopismo||Nawrocki J., Becker A., (Eds.) Atlas geologiczny Polski. Państwowy Instytut Geologiczny - Państwowy Instytut Badawczy. 46|