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Geochronology and petrogenesis of granitoid rocks from the Goryczkowa Unit, Tatra Mountains (Central Western Carpathians)

I-type granitoids: witnesses of the granite mixing and late oxidation processes. Miner. Petrology 102, 87-97. Broska I., Petrík I., Be’eri-Shlevin Y., Majka J. & Bezák V. 2013: Devonian/Mississippian I-type granitoids in the Western Carpathians: A subduction-related hybrid magmatism. Lithos 162-163, 27-36. Burchart J. 1968: Rubidium-strontium isochron ages of the crystalline core of the Tatra Mountains, Poland. Amer. J. Sci. 266, 10, 895-907. Burchart J. 1970: Rocks of the Goryczkowa “crystalline island” in the Tatra

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Long-term changes in the hydrological regime of high mountain Lake Morskie Oko (Tatra Mountains, Central Europe)

, K.M., Weyhenmeyer, G.A., Granin, N.G., 2012. Extreme events, trends, and variability in Northern Hemisphere lake-ice phenology (1855–2005). Climatic Change, 112, 2, 299–323. Bukowski, M., 2009. Dynamics of overgrowing of Tatra Mountains clearings. In: Długookresowe zmiany w przyrodzie i użytkowaniu TPN. Tatrzański Park Narodowy, Zakopane. (In Polish.) Cengiz, T.M., 2011. Periodic structures of Great Lakes levels using wavelet analysis. Journal of Hydrology and Hydromechanics, 59, 1, 24–35. Choiński, A., Ptak, M., Strzelczak, A., 2013. Areal

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Petrogenesis of kyanite-quartz segregations in mica schists of the Western Tatra Mountains (Slovakia)

muscovite blasthesis from the mylonitic zones in the crystalline rocks of the Western Tatra Mountains). Geologia 16. University of Silesia publishing House (in Polish, English abstract). Ferry, J. M., & Spear, F. S. (1978). Experimental calibration of the partitioning of Fe and Mg between biotite and garnet. Mineralogy and Petrology, 66 , 113-117. Gaft, M., Strek, W., Nagli, L., Panczer, G., Rossma, G.R., & Marciniak, L. (2012). Laser-induced time-resolve luminescence of natural sillimanite Al 2 SiO 5 and synthetic Al 2 SiO 5 activated by chromium

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LA-ICP-MS U-Pb dating and REE patterns of apatite from the Tatra Mountains, Poland as a monitor of the regional tectonomagmatic activity

hybridization in the Western Tatra Mountains granitoid intrusion (S-Poland, Western Carpathians). Mineralogy and Petrology 103(1–4): 19–36, DOI 10.1007/s00710-011-0150-1. http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/s00710-011-0150-1 [6] Burda J, Gawęda A and Klötzli U, 2013a. U-Pb zircon age of the youngest magmatic activity in the High Tatra granite. Geochronometria 40(2): 134–144, DOI 10.2478/s13386-013-0106-9. http://dx.doi.org/10.2478/s13386-013-0106-9 [7] Burda J, Gawęda A and Klötzli U, 2013b. Geochronology and petro-genesis of

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Eclogites overprinted in the granulite facies from the Ďumbier Crystalline Complex (Low Tatra Mountains, Western Carpathians)

Western Carpathians. Geol. Carpathica 48, 287-302. Janák M., O'Brien P.J., Hurai V. & Reutel C. 1996: Metamorphic evolution and fluid composition of garnet-clinopyroxene amphibolites from the Tatra Mountains, Western Carpathians. Lithos 39, 57-79. Janák M., Hovorka D., Hurai V., Lupták B., Méres Š., Pitoňák P. & Spišiak J. 1997: High-pressure relics in the metabasites of the Western Carpathians pre-Alpine basement. In: Grecula P., Hovorka D. & Putiš M. (Eds.): Geological evolution of the Western Carpathians. Miner

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Surface strain rate colour map of the Tatra Mountains region (Slovakia) based on GNSS data

References Altamimi Z., Collilieux X., Legrand J., Garayt B. & Boucher C. 2007: ITRF2005: New release of the International Terrestrial Reference Frame based on time series of station positions and Earth Orientation Parameters. J. Geophys. Res. 112, B09401. Anczkiewicz A.A., Danišík M. & Środoń J. 2015: Multiple low-temperature thermochronology constraints on exhumation of the Tatra Mountains: New implication for the complex evolution of the Western Carpathians in the Cenozoic. Tectonics 34, 11, 2296-2317. Bada G

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Climate change at the Triassic/Jurassic boundary: palynological evidence from the Furkaska section (Tatra Mountains, Slovakia)

Climate change at the Triassic/Jurassic boundary: palynological evidence from the Furkaska section (Tatra Mountains, Slovakia)

The palynology of the Triassic/Jurassic boundary interval of the Furkaska section (Tatra Mts, Slovakia) was studied with respect to a major climatic change during that period. The palynofacies is dominated by terrestrial particles, indicating a shallow marine depositional environment. The palynomorphs are fairly well-preserved and the assemblage shows characteristic changes within the Triassic/Jurassic boundary interval: the lower part of the section is characterized by high abundance of Ricciisporites tuberculatus. The sudden increase in abundance of trilete spores, the decrease in the abundance of Ovalipollis spp., the last appearance of Alisporites minimus and Corollina spp., and the first appearance of Concavisporites rhaetoliassicus, Cyatidites australis, Callialasporites dampieri, Pinuspollenites minimus, Platysaccus spp. and Zebrasporites fimbriatus are striking features for a subdivision of two palynomorph assemblages. The detected spore shift is interpreted to display a sudden increase in humidity most probably caused by the volcanic activity of the Central Atlantic Magmatic Province (CAMP) associated with the onset of rifting of Pangaea during early Mesozoic times.

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Possibilities of Balancing of Anthropogenic Changes of Relief and Water Conditions in The Tatra Mountains

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During its entire utilisation history – lasting several hundred years – the area of the Tatra Mountains underwent multidirectional anthropopressure. As the result, all components of their natural environment have been transformed, including relief and water conditions.The analysis of the literature on this topic conducted by the author, as well as his observations performed in the area, confirmed the assumption that transformations caused by human actions developed with varying intensity and admitted various forms depending on the area of action and the magnitude of means applied.

The transformation scale presented here estimates the influence of anthropopressure on the stability of the catchment area systems of larger Tatra streams, partial catchment areas of their confluents and selected slope surfaces.

In systems, where the limits of persistence were not exceeded, stability was ensured by natural processes compensating for the consequences of anthropopressure. In systems where stability was disturbed, planned preventive measures are necessary.

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Changes in Thermal Conditions in the High Mountain Areas and Contemporary Warming in the Central Europe

., 2005, Piętra klimatyczne w górach Europy a problem zmian globalnych [Climatic Belts in the European Mountains and the Issue of Global Changes]. Studia Geograficzne 78, A cta Universitatis Wratislaviensis 2718, Wrocław. Niedźwiedź T., 2000, Zmienność temperatury powietrza i opadów w Tatrach w ostatnich 50 latach [Variability in air temperature and precipitation in Tatra Mountains in last 50 years]. [in:] Współczesne przemiany środowiska przyrodniczego Tatr , II Ogólnopolska Konferencja Przyroda Tatrzańskiego Parku Narodowego a człowiek , 37-38, Zakopane, 12

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Age and origin of fluorapatite-rich dyke from Baranec Mt. (Tatra Mts., Western Carpathians): a key to understanding of the post-orogenic processes and element mobility

–385. Burda J., Gawęda A. & Klötzli U. 2011: Magma hybridization in the Western Tatra Mountains granitoid intrusion (S-Poland, Western Carpathians). Mineral. Petrol. 103, 19–36. Burda J., Gawęda A. & Klötzli U. 2013a: U-Pb zircon age of the youngest magmatic activity in the High Tatra granite. Geochronometria 40, 2, 134–144. Burda J., Gawęda A. & Klötzli U. 2013b: Geochronology and petrogenesis of granitoid rocks from the Goryczkowa Unit, Tatra Mountains (Central Western Carpathians). Geol. Carpath . 64, 6, 419–435. Burda J., Gawęda A., Golonka J

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