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Klippen Belt, Flysch Belt and Inner Western Carpathian Paleogene Basin Relations in the Northern Slovakia by Magnetotelluric Imaging

  1. 1. 0489641 - GFU-E 2019 RIV CH eng J - Článek v odborném periodiku
    Majcin, D. - Bezák, V. - Klanica, Radek - Vozár, J. - Pek, Josef - Bilčík, D. - Telecký, Josef
    Klippen Belt, Flysch Belt and Inner Western Carpathian Paleogene Basin Relations in the Northern Slovakia by Magnetotelluric Imaging.
    Pure and Applied Geophysics. Roč. 175, č. 10 (2018), s. 3555-3568. ISSN 0033-4553
    Institucionální podpora: RVO:67985530
    Klíčová slova: magnetotellurics * Western Carpathians * Klippen Belt * Flysch Belt * Inner Carpathian Paleogene
    Kód oboru RIV: DE - Zemský magnetismus, geodézie, geografie
    Obor OECD: Physical geography
    Impakt faktor: 1.652, rok: 2017

    The paper presents the interpretation of magnetotelluric measurements along the SW-NE profile near Stara Lubovna (Northern Slovakia). The profile passes through the Outer Carpathian Flysch Belt, Klippen Belt and ends in the Inner Western Carpathians Paleogene NW from Ruzbachy horst structure. The interpretation of the older measurements from profile Mt4 was utilized and, moreover, the 3-D geoelectrical model of studied region was constructed. The magnetotelluric data interpretations verified the northern inclination of Flysch belt structures and their smaller thickness out of Klippen Belt in direction to the Carpathian electrical conductivity zone axis. We consider this as a consequence of the flower structure-more precisely the southern branch of the suture zone related to mentioned conductivity zone. Northerly from this zone the thickness of the Outer Carpathian Flysch Belt increases and the structures have inclination to the south, i.e. to the subduction zone. The contact of Flysch Belt with Klippen Belt has a fault character and it is subvertical, slightly inclined to the North. The southern boundary between Klippen Belt and Inner Western Carpathians has also fault character and is very steep. We detect the continuation of the Ruzbachy horst to the NE in the basement of Inner Western Carpathian Paleogene. The structural discordance between this horst and Klippen Belt direction is a result of younger tectonic processes. According to our results the depth distribution of the pre-Tertiary basement below the Inner Western Carpathian units is non-uniform, the basement is broken to a number of partial blocks-horsts and grabens.
    Trvalý link: http://hdl.handle.net/11104/0284017