Volume 1 focuses on the evolution of Central Europe from the Precambrian to the Permian, a dynamic period which traces the formation of Central Europe from a series of microcontinents that separated from Gondwana through to the creation of Pangaea. Separate summary chapters on the Cadomian, Caledonian and Variscan orogenic events as well as on Palaeozoic magmatism provide an overview of the tectonic and magmatic evolution of the region. These descriptions sometimes extend beyond the borders of Central Europe to take in the Scottish and Irish Caledonides as well as the Palaeozoic successions in the Baltic regionDistribution of the mid-Carboniferous and late Carboniferous early Permian volcanic rocks in the Intra-Sudetic Basin (after Turnau el ... (B) AFM diagram; curve separating tholeiitic from calc-alkaline field after Irvine aamp; Baragar (1971). ... The lavas erupted as pahoehoe-, aa- and blocky-type flows from a small shield volcano c.
|Title||:||The Geology of Central Europe: Precambrian and palaeozoic|
|Publisher||:||Geological Society of London - 2008|