Wykaz publikacji wybranego autora

Marek Wendorff, prof. dr hab. inż.

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Wydział Geologii, Geofizyki i Ochrony Środowiska
WGGiOŚ-kaśk, Katedra Analiz Środowiskowych, Kartografii i Geologii Gospodarczej


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ORCID: 0000-0003-4607-8906

ResearcherID: brak

Scopus: 6603273030

PBN: 900518

OPI Nauka Polska

System Informacyjny AGH (SkOs)





Liczba pozycji spełniających powyższe kryteria selekcji: 48, z ogólnej liczby 63 publikacji Autora


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  • Analiza statystyczna litofacji leskiej (warstwy krośnieńskie) w wybranych odsłonięciach między Wisłokiem a Osławą, wschodnie polskie Karpaty fliszowe
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  • Analysis of carbonate nannoplankton from the Cergowa Beds (Oligocene), Polish and Slovak Flysch Carpathians
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  • Carbonate cements and grains in submarine fan sandstones – the Cergowa Beds (Oligocene, Carpathians of Poland) recorded by cathodoluminescence
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  • Carbonate lithoclasts identified by cathodoluminescence as a new provenance indicator of the Cergowa submarine fan sandstones (Lower Oligocene)
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  • Cathodoluminescence of carbonate grains and provenance of deep marine sandstones: the Cergowa Beds (Oligocene), eastern part of the Polish Flysch Carpathians
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  • Cathodoluminescence-revealed influence of carbonates and feldspars diagenesis on technical parametres of the Cergowa Sandstones (Oligocene), Polish Outer Carpathians
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  • Cechy turbidytów i uwęglonej materii organicznej jako wskaźniki warunków zasilania basenu warstw cergowskich w Lipowicy, jedn. dukielska Karpat Zewnętrznych
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  • Cergowa beds (Outer Carpathians, Oligocene) as an example of ancient mixed siliciclastic-carbonate deep marine system
10
  • Comparative observations on olistostromes in the Lufilan Belt (Neoproterozoic, central Africa) and the Northern Flysch Carpathians (Jurassic-Miocene, Poland)
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  • Comparative observations on sedimentary characteristics and provenance indicators, including cathodoluminescence data, of Cergowa sandstones (Oligocene) from two localities in the Outer Carpathians of Poland
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  • Compositional differences between Besko and Otryt sandstones of the Krosno Beds (Oligocene) in Eastern part of the Silesian Tectonic Unit
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  • Contribution to sedimentological and petrographic characteristics of an olistostrome hosted in the Cieszyn Beds at Żywiec (U. Jurassic – L. Cretaceous; Western Outer Carpathians, Poland)
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  • Cyclic lacustrine sedimentation in a meteorite impact crater: the Jwaneng South Structure in the Kalahari, Botswana (SW Africa)
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  • Early Cretaceous dark shale olistoliths and Late Jurassic-Early Cretaceous carbonate clasts within the Turonian-Coniacian mass-transport deposits as indicators of activity of the Silesian Basin's southern margin (Outer Carpathians, Poland)
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  • Facies architecture and emplacement processes of a syn-rift olistostrome complex in the Neoproterozoic Katanga Supergroup, Central Africa
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  • Facies architecture of the Cambrian succession at the western margin of Baltica in the Podlasie region (E Poland)
18
  • Facies variations and depositional modes in an olistostrome sequence grading to turbidite fan succession within the Menilite Beds (Oligocene) at Skrzydlna, Polish Outer Carpathians
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  • Lithological variations of sedimentary succession within a meteorite impact crater: Jwaneng South Structure, Botswana
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  • Lithostratigraphic classification of the Tsodilo Hills Group: a Palaeo- to Mesoproterozoic metasedimentary succession in NW Botswana
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  • Lower Oligocene mixed siliciclastic-carbonate turbidites – results of macro- and microscopic observations (Szczawa Tectonic Window, Polish Outer Carpathians)
22
  • Modelling of distribution and geometry of lithological complexes of the Ecca Group (the Karoo Supergroup) in SW Botswana
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  • Neoproterozoic glaciogenic diamictites of the Katanga Supergroup, Central Africa
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  • Nie taka olistostroma nieuporządkowana jak ją malują: zróżnicowanie i relacje facjalne kompleksu zlepieńcowego w Skrzydlnej (warstwy menilitowe)
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  • Oligocene turbidite fans of the Dukla Basin: new age data from the calcareous nannofossils and paleoenvironmental conditions (Cergowa beds, Polish-Slovakian borderland)