(Article of periodic en Hongrois - 2013)

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Valamit a Csermely-patak (Upponyi-hegység) átöröklött völgyérõl (Hongrois)
A propos de la vallée épigénétique du cours d’eau de Csermely (montagnes d’Uppony)

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The western part of the Uppony Mountains consists of mainly Palaeozoic (Ordovician-Permian) rock. At the lower parts of the Mountains, where the Csernely Creek springs, the rock is of unconsolidated sea deposits from the Lower Miocene age. In present days the Csernely Creek cuts into the higher relief Palaeozoic rock and crosses it through a narrow gorge. There is one explanation for this. The Palaeozoic rocks must have been covered with the Lower Miocene rocks. On the top of these unconsolidated sea deposits started the development of the valley of the Csernely Creek at the end of the Lower Miocene and in the Middle Miocene age. In the meanwhile the Palaeozoic rocks under these Miocene deposits had been lifted by tectonic movements and all the Miocene cover eroded. This disinterred surface (between Nekézseny and Uppony) inherited the meandering valley of the Csernely Creek. - (AM)


Article of periodic

published at : Földrajzi kõzlemények / ISSN 0015-5411

Editor : Magyar Földrajzi Társaság, Budapest - HONGRIE (1873)

Millesime : 2013, vol. 137, no3 [pp. 295-301]

Bibliographic references : 7 ref.

Collation : 2 fig., 3 phot.



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