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Preliminary program

  • Monday 27th May 2019

17.00 – 20.00  Arrival, registration of participants and welcome party

  • Tuesday 28th May 2019

9.00 – 18.00   Scientific and poster sessions
19.00  Conference dinner

  • Wednesday 29th May 2019

7.30 – 19.00   Conference excursion Top Badenian and Sarmatian sites in the northern Fore-Carpathian Basin
We will travel by bus and come back for the night to ECGE
Field trip coordinator: Marcin Górka (magurka@uw.edu.pl)

  1. Lower Badenian transgressive deposits, Skotniki Małe

Upon a Mesozoic basement with an angular unconformity lies a thick complex of the Lower Badenian organodetrital limestones intercalating with littoral conglomerates with pebbles and boulders intensively riddled by boring animals. The succession is overlaid by a marly rhodolitic limestones. This site is a type locality of Gigantopecten nodosiformis (de Serres in Pusch, 1837). Its first illustration is a logo of the 8th NCSEE Workshop.

  1. Lower Badenian sandy deposits, Osówka
  2. Badenian gypsum deposits, Gacki

Badenian marls developed on a Cretaceous basement and overlaid by a basal, selenite part of the gypsum succession of Nida area (with giant crystal intergrowths up to 3.5 m long) and covered by sabre gypsum facies.

  1. Badenian gypsum deposits, Wiślica-Grodzisko

A cross section of a large, a few meters high, a dome of sabre gypsum observed within remains   of an early medieval fortified settlement form the end of the 10th century

  1. Wiślica

One of the most ancient settlements in Poland. The first guarded settlement was probably founded at the end of the 9th century. Unique Slab of Orants, the finest example of the Romanesque, located in the burial crypt of the 12th-century church art is a gypsum panel with engravings filled with a black paste mixed with charcoal.

  1. Regressive facies of the Lower Sarmatian, Śladków Mały

Silici- and calciclastic sands and gravels (locally sandstones and conglomerates) deposited in upper shoreface and foreshore zones in episodes of sea-level changes.

  1. Lower Sarmatian, Szydłów

A medieval city with a preserved system of city-walls, known as Polish Carcassonne, which lies on the giant (few kilometers long) clastic bar with well-developed south-dipping foreset large-scale stratification.

  • Thursday 30th May 2019

9.00 –18.00   Scientific and poster sessions

  • Friday 31st May 2019

7.30 –16.00  Post-conference field trip to Wieliczka (optional). The excursion will end at Cracow in early afternoon hours.
Field trip coordinator: Krzysztof Bukowski ( buk@agh.edu.pl )

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