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  • 1
    Monograph available for loan
    Monograph available for loan
    Moscow [u.a.] : Mir publishers [u.a.]
    Call number: M 93.0042 ; G 9156
    Type of Medium: Monograph available for loan
    Pages: 330 S.
    ISBN: 3540091734
    Uniform Title: Geotektonika
    Language: English
    Location: Upper compact magazine
    Location: Upper compact magazine
    Branch Library: GFZ Library
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  • 2
    ISSN: 1573-0956
    Source: Springer Online Journal Archives 1860-2000
    Topics: Geosciences , Physics
    Notes: Abstract Vertical oscillating movements of the Earth's crust on continents have occurred and are occurring everywhere on the Earth's surface, continuously throughout the entire geological history of the Earth. This provides grounds to consider them as the basic type of tectonic movements, which form the general background of the tectogenetic process, on which locally, and only at separate moments of time, other tectonic movements and deformations appear. According to the time of occurrence, the vertical movements are divided into recent, young, modern, and ancient. In compliance with this subdivision, different methods are applied to define and study the movements. The major characteristic of the vertical movements is their rhythm, or periodic change in sign of movement, which caused them to be calledoscillating. Rhythms of movements are of several orders. The largest rhythms, which comprise tectonic cycles, are manifested on a global scale; smaller rhythms have a local distribution. It is significant that, in the beginning and in the end of each tectonic cycle, an increase of intensity and contrast of movements is observed, no matter in which region or regime, whether stable or mobile, it occurs.
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  • 3
    ISSN: 1437-3262
    Source: Springer Online Journal Archives 1860-2000
    Topics: Geosciences
    Description / Table of Contents: Résumé Il a des données géologiques qui parlent contre reconstructions mobilistiques de vieilles positions continentales. Ceci sera discuté pour l'ouverture de l'Atlantique, pour la liaison paléotectonique de l'Afrique et de l'Amérique, pour les mouvements ausquels le continent indien a participé. Dans tous ces cas mentionnés, il sera démontré que reconstructions mobilistiques ne sont pas justifiée.
    Abstract: Abstract The authors discuss the geological data contradicting basic mobilistic reconstructions of the positions of continents in the past. Analysis is given of geological consequences of the opening of the Atlantic Ocean, of paleotectonic relationships between Africa and America, and of possible movements of the Indian plate. In these cases the geological facts show that mobilistic reconstructions, now considered “classical”, are unjustified.
    Notes: Zusammenfassung Es gibt geologische Daten, die gegen eine mobiltische Rekonstruktion alter Kontinentpositionen sprechen. Dies wird diskutiert an der Öffnung des Atlantiks, an der paläotektonischen Beziehung von Afrika und Amerika, an den Bewegungen, die der indische Kontinent mitgemacht hat. In all den genannten Fällen kann gezeigt werden, daß eine mobilistische Rekonstruktion nicht gerechtfertigt ist.
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    Electronic Resource
    Electronic Resource
    Springer
    International journal of earth sciences 50 (1960), S. 316-324 
    ISSN: 1437-3262
    Source: Springer Online Journal Archives 1860-2000
    Topics: Geosciences
    Description / Table of Contents: Zusammenfassung Auf der vom Verfasser aufgestellten tektonischen Karte der Welt sind die Gebiete mit Kontinental- und Ozeankruste angegeben. Im Rahmen der Gebiete mit Kontinentalkruste sind die alpidischen Geosynklinalen gezeigt; die außer diesen Gebieten liegenden alpidischen Plattformen sind nach dem Alter des gefalteten Grundgebirges aufgeteilt. Die Plattformen teilen sich in Antiklisen und Syneklisen; es sind auch die Gebiete der tektonischen Aktivierung gezeigt. Der Verfasser legt dabei die Vorstellung zugrunde, daß die Geschichte der Erdkugel in zwei Stadien zu teilen ist. Das erste Stadium, das als „Geosynklinalen- und Plattform-Stadium“ oder Granitstadium bezeichnet werden kann, ist durch die Bildung der Kontinentalkruste aus Granit gekennzeichnet. Das zweite Stadium, das sog. Basaltstadium, besteht im Aufstieg überhitzter Basalte aus den tiefen Schichten des Mantels. Auf der Oberfläche kommt dieses Stadium in der tektonischen Aktivierung, im Erguß von Plateau-Basalten und in der Bildung der Ozeane zum Ausdruck, die die sekundäre Umwandlung von granit-basaltischer Kontinentalkruste in wasser-basaltische Ozeankruste begleiten.
    Notes: Abstract The regions of continental and oceanic crust are marked on the tectonic map of the World compiled by the author. Within the limits of the former the author indicates the Alpine geosynclines; the Alpine platforms outside these regions are divided into parts according to the age of the folded basement. The platforms have anticlises and syneclises marked on them, as well as the regions of tectonic activisation. The author proceeds from the conception that the history of the Earth had two stages. The first one is the geosyncline-platform or the granite stage, and it is characterised by the formation of the granitic continental crust. The second or basalt stage is marked by the rise of overheated basalts from the deep layers of the mantle. On the surface it is manifested in tectonic activisation, in extrusions of plateau-basalts and in oceanisation, which is associated with the secondary transformation of the granite-basalt continental crust into the water-basalt oceanic crust.
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  • 5
    Publication Date: 1974-03-01
    Description: Vertical oscillating movements of the Earth's crust on continents have occurred and are occurring everywhere on the Earth's surface, continuously throughout the entire geological history of the Earth. This provides grounds to consider them as the basic type of tectonic movements, which form the general background of the tectogenetic process, on which locally, and only at separate moments of time, other tectonic movements and deformations appear. According to the time of occurrence, the vertical movements are divided into recent, young, modern, and ancient. In compliance with this subdivision, different methods are applied to define and study the movements. The major characteristic of the vertical movements is their rhythm, or periodic change in sign of movement, which caused them to be called oscillating . Rhythms of movements are of several orders. The largest rhythms, which comprise tectonic cycles, are manifested on a global scale; smaller rhythms have a local distribution. It is significant that, in the beginning and in the end of each tectonic cycle, an increase of intensity and contrast of movements is observed, no matter in which region or regime, whether stable or mobile, it occurs. ©1974 D. Reidel Publishing Company
    Print ISSN: 0169-3298
    Electronic ISSN: 1573-0956
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  • 6
    Publication Date: 1960-12-01
    Description: Auf der vom Verfasser aufgestellten tektonischen Karte der Welt sind die Gebiete mit Kontinental- und Ozeankruste angegeben. Im Rahmen der Gebiete mit Kontinentalkruste sind die alpidischen Geosynklinalen gezeigt; die außer diesen Gebieten liegenden alpidischen Plattformen sind nach dem Alter des gefalteten Grundgebirges aufgeteilt. Die Plattformen teilen sich in Antiklisen und Syneklisen; es sind auch die Gebiete der tektonischen Aktivierung gezeigt. Der Verfasser legt dabei die Vorstellung zugrunde, daß die Geschichte der Erdkugel in zwei Stadien zu teilen ist. Das erste Stadium, das als „Geosynklinalen- und Plattform-Stadium“ oder Granitstadium bezeichnet werden kann, ist durch die Bildung der Kontinentalkruste aus Granit gekennzeichnet. Das zweite Stadium, das sog. Basaltstadium, besteht im Aufstieg überhitzter Basalte aus den tiefen Schichten des Mantels. Auf der Oberfläche kommt dieses Stadium in der tektonischen Aktivierung, im Erguß von Plateau-Basalten und in der Bildung der Ozeane zum Ausdruck, die die sekundäre Umwandlung von granit-basaltischer Kontinentalkruste in wasser-basaltische Ozeankruste begleiten.The regions of continental and oceanic crust are marked on the tectonic map of the World compiled by the author. Within the limits of the former the author indicates the Alpine geosynclines; the Alpine platforms outside these regions are divided into parts according to the age of the folded basement. The platforms have anticlises and syneclises marked on them, as well as the regions of tectonic activisation. The author proceeds from the conception that the history of the Earth had two stages. The first one is the geosyncline-platform or the granite stage, and it is characterised by the formation of the granitic continental crust. The second or basalt stage is marked by the rise of overheated basalts from the deep layers of the mantle. On the surface it is manifested in tectonic activisation, in extrusions of plateau-basalts and in oceanisation, which is associated with the secondary transformation of the granite-basalt continental crust into the water-basalt oceanic crust. ©1960 Ferdinand Enke Verlag Stuttgart
    Print ISSN: 1437-3254
    Electronic ISSN: 1437-3262
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  • 7
    Publication Date: 1979-02-01
    Description: Es gibt geologische Daten, die gegen eine mobiltische Rekonstruktion alter Kontinentpositionen sprechen. Dies wird diskutiert an der Öffnung des Atlantiks, an der paläotektonischen Beziehung von Afrika und Amerika, an den Bewegungen, die der indische Kontinent mitgemacht hat. In all den genannten Fällen kann gezeigt werden, daß eine mobilistische Rekonstruktion nicht gerechtfertigt ist.The authors discuss the geological data contradicting basic mobilistic reconstructions of the positions of continents in the past. Analysis is given of geological consequences of the opening of the Atlantic Ocean, of paleotectonic relationships between Africa and America, and of possible movements of the Indian plate. In these cases the geological facts show that mobilistic reconstructions, now considered “classical”, are unjustified.РЕЗЮМЕАвторы обсуждают нек оторые геологически е данные, которые находятся в п ротиво речии с основными моб илистическими рекон струкциями положения материков в прошлом. Они рассматривают ге ологические следств ия «открытия» Атлантич еского океана, палеотектонические связи между Африкой и Южной Америкой, возможност ь движений Индийской плиты и пол ожение Новой Гвинеи относительно Австра лии и Круго-Тихоокеан ского пояса. Во всех этих слу чаях геологическая реальность такова, чт о мобилистические реконструкции, прини маемые сейчас как «классические», не оп равданы.RésuméIl a des données géologiques qui parlent contre reconstructions mobilistiques de vieilles positions continentales. Ceci sera discuté pour l'ouverture de l'Atlantique, pour la liaison paléotectonique de l'Afrique et de l'Amérique, pour les mouvements ausquels le continent indien a participé. Dans tous ces cas mentionnés, il sera démontré que reconstructions mobilistiques ne sont pas justifiée. ©1979 Ferdinand Enke Verlag Stuttgart
    Print ISSN: 1437-3254
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    Publication Date: 1960-01-01
    Print ISSN: 0016-7606
    Electronic ISSN: 1943-2674
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    Publication Date: 1979-01-01
    Print ISSN: 0096-3941
    Electronic ISSN: 2324-9250
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    Publication Date: 1968-08-01
    Print ISSN: 0008-4077
    Electronic ISSN: 1480-3313
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