Matyja B. A. (2009) Development of the Mid-Polish Trough versus Late Jurassic evolution in the Carpathian Foredeep area // Geol. Quart., 53 (1): 49–62. Warszawa.
pdf: http://www.pgi.gov.pl/images/stories/G_Q/53_1/matyja.pdf [pdf's of last two volumes by this journal are available through the Polish version of web-site by PGI but still absent in English one]
Late Jurassic is the key epoch for an idea of the existence of the south eastern segment of the Mid-Polish Trough. New data on the evolution of Upper Jurassic deposits in the Carpathian Foredeep substrate provide in formation that there is a complete Oxfordian through
Valanginian succession in the area of thick Oxfordian and Kimmeridgian deposits, proving the occurrence of the trough. Thickness of the
Oxfordian and Kimmeridgian succession is twice to three times smaller than previously assumed. The facies development pattern distinguishes this area from the rest of the Late Jurassic basin. The sponge megafacies ranges up into the lowermost Tithonian in this region.
Tithonian Štramberk-type reefs occur near the Carpathian thrust front and along side. The Late Jurassic and earliest Cretaceous facies are
latitudinally arranged. Starting from the latest Middle Jurassic, the study area showed strong structural and facies relations to the Tethys
domain. The collected data contradict the hypothesis that the Mid-Polish Trough continues in the Carpathian Foredeep substrate. Some interesting ammonite records are mentioned in the body of the text