Jakub Bazarnik

Jakub Bazarnik
Polish Geological Institute - National Research Institute · Carpathian Branch in Krakow

Master of Science

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October 2013 - March 2016
Państwowy Instytut Geologiczny
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Publications (27)
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SIMS U-Pb zircon dating of metaigneous rocks of the Nordbreen Nappe from the West Ny-Friesland terrane (Eastern Basement Province of Svalbard) yields crystallization ages of 1761 ± 4 Ma for a felsic metatuff and 1373 ± 4 Ma for a metagabbro dyke. The Paleoproterozoic age of the metatuff is similar to previously obtained ages for various felsic rock...
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Ion microprobe UPb zircon dating of intermediate to felsic rocks coupled with bulk-rock geochemistry analyses and compared to previously published data shows that the Thores Suite of the Pearya Terrane of northern Ellesmere Island (Arctic Canada) represents an Early Ordovician (c. 490–470 Ma) suite formed in an island arc setting. Interestingly, th...
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The Arctic archipelago of Svalbard, Norway, plays an important role in tectonic reconstructions of the Cambrian–Devonian Caledonian orogen in the North Atlantic and circum-Arctic regions. To elucidate the Proterozoic geological history of the Southwestern Basement Province of Svalbard and place its origin and displacement history in the context of...
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Preliminary geochemical characteristics of amphibolites and ultramafic rocks of the West Ny-Friesland Terrane, Northern Spitsbergen. The metamorphic Atomfjella Complex of theWest Ny-Friesland Terrane, which belongs to the Eastern Basement Svalbard Province, is composed of four nappes, namely Dirksodden, Nordbreen, Rekvika and Finlandveggen. All the...
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Late Neoproterozoic metavolcanic rocks occur along the Southwest coast of Svalbard. The protoliths of the metavolcanic rocks from Wedel Jarlsberg Land and Nordenskiöld Land are mainly diabase, basalt and felsic tuff of tholeiitic affinity associated with continental magmatism. We investigate the magma evolution of the metavolcanic rocks paying part...
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The SW margin of the Zavkhan terrane is significant for research on Paleozoic amalgamation of the Central Asian Orogenic Belt (CAOB). The study area is located in the western part of the Khasagt Mountains, western Mongolia. We present a new preliminary K-Ar dating of metasedimentary rocks from the Yargait Formation which were deformed during collis...
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Alkaline schorlitic tourmaline with domains of myrmekitic quartz and tourmaline intergrowths is reported for the first time from quartzo-feldspathic gneisses of the Tso Morari Crystalline Complex (TMCC), Eastern Ladakh Himalaya. Except of schorlitic tourmaline unbroken, brown-green dravitic tourmaline occurs in melanocratic layers of the gneiss. Th...
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The analysis of chemical composition using the portable X-ray fluorescence spectrometer (p-XRF) is recently rapidly developing instrumental research method. This method was applied to analyze the content of selected elements in soil samples from the Strużna region of the Holy Cross Mountains. The Olympus Delta Premium p-XRF spectrometer (4W Ta anod...
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The Se-bearing minerals haven’t been noticed in the Holy Cross Mountains (HCM) so far. The first occurrences of these minerals in HCM have been found in the hydrothermal veins in Devonian dolomite in the Laskowa Quarry near Miedziana Góra (Kielce Region) as well as in phyllites in Podmąchocice near Górno (Łysogóry Region;. Se-bearing minerals form...
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The paper presents new major and trace element and first Sr-Nd isotope data from selected lavas among the Permian basaltic andesite and basalts of the Hronicum Unit and the dolerite dykes cutting mainly the Pennsylvanian strata. The basic rocks are characterized by small to moderate mg# numbers (30 to 54) and high SiO2 contents (51—57 wt. %). Low v...
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This paper attempts to clarify the complex nature of how and when the Rheic Ocean closed in what is now Central Europe and, with respect to the various terranes that were involved, offer a regional chronology for the associated structural, metamorphic and igneous processes that accompanied and followed this closure. The Variscan orogen in Europe or...
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Strontium isotope ratios of well-preserved belemnite rostra and ammonite shells are presented from stratigraphically well-dated Upper Bajocian–Callovian sediments of the Polish Jura Chain in central Poland. Nekto-benthic belemnites show a narrow trend of changes of 87Sr/86Sr ratio that are interpreted to record secular variations in the strontium i...
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The purpose of this study is to determine the role of metamorphism and thereby identify the preserved magmatic signature in metavolcanics from Wedel Jarlsberg Land in southwestern Svalbard. Samples have been collected from late Precambrian metavolcanics occurring within metasedimentary rocks of the Sofiebogen Group, as well as dikes cutting older m...
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The Hodruša-Štiavnica intrusive complex represents a subvolcanic intrusive body located in the central part of the Banská Štiavnica stratovulcano (BŠ), the branch of the neogene Central Slovakian volcanic field (CSVF). it is composed of diorite, granodiorite and more felsic differentiated rocks such as quartz granodiorite porphyry and acid aplites,...
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The muscovite geobarometery of Precambrian metapelites of Elveflya Formation (Sofiebogen Group, Wedel Jarlsberg Land, South-West Spitsbergen) shows that the pressure is increasing from East (about 8 kbar) to West (9 - 10 kbar). This pattern is consistent with observed metamorphic isogrades. However, the apparent pressures are higher than expected f...
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Siderite samples were collected from the Lublin Beds (Westphalian B) in the "Bogdanka" coal mine the Lublin Coal Basin (LCB). The LCB forms an elongated NW–SE depression split by the Kock Structure into two major regions – the asymmetric Radzyń–Bogdanka Syncline and the Stoc-zek–Dorohucza Syncline (ZDANOWSKI, 1999). Fresh-water and brackish environ...

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The proposed research project aims at investigating the development of the Alpine Tethys suture zone in the Western Carpathians. This prominent tectonic feature is manifested at the uppermost crustal levels by occurrence of rock formations belonging to the Pieniny Klippen Belt (PKB), a few kilometres wide and hundreds of kilometres long zone of predominantly sedimentary rocks with subvertical orientation of bedding the tectonic position of which still remains uncertain. The main objective of this project is to study the structure, age and tectonothermal development of the Western Carpathian segment of the Alpine Tethys suture to create a comprehensive model of its evolution. This is a common effort of researchers from Germany, Poland, Slovakia and Sweden.