|mhorn||Дата: Monday, 04.02.2013, 12:51 | Сообщение # 1|
|Šmuc A. (2012) Middle to Upper Jurassic succession at Mt Kobariški Stol (NW Slovenia) // RMZ – Materials and Geoenvironment, Vol. 59, No. 2/3, pp. 267–284. |
The Slovenian Basin represents a deeper-water paleogeographic unit that today extends approximately in E–W direction from Kobarid towards east. However, westward from Kobarid the successions of the Slovenian Basin are not present. Mt Kobariški Stol is located directly westward from the last outcrops of Slovenian Basin rocks. This area is in the Middle and Upper Jurassic represented by a unique facies association of nodular limestones, and abundant shallow-water carbonate resediments and corresponds to the transitional zone between the Dinaric Carbonate Platform located southeastward and northeastward located deeper marine sedimentary environments of the either Slovenian Basin or even more likely the submarine plateau named the Julian High. The Kobariški Stol area at that time represented a deeper-water current-swept plateau that was well connected to the adjacent shallow-water Dinaric Carbonate Platform. This proves the early idea that the Slovenian Basin in this part pinched out.
Middle Jurassic - Lower Cretaceous ammonites & aptychi