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Peca thrust at the Periadriatic lineament
Ladislav Placer
Geologija , 1996,
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Contribution to the macrotectonic subdivision of the border region between Southern Alps and External Dinarides
Ladislav Placer
Geologija , 1998,
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On the strucure of Sovi above Postojna
Ladislav Placer
Geologija , 1995,
Abstract: The author maintains that the structure of the Sovi hill above Postojna with its surroundings is structurally a repetition of the structure of the Nanos, Hru ica and Trnovski gozd mountains. Thus the overthrust of Sovi is a miniature pendant of the Hru ica and Trnovski gozd nappe in the sense of the overthrust structureof the Outer Dinarides of southwest Slovenia, as presented earlier (Placer,1981).
Displacement along the Sava fault
Ladislav Placer
Geologija , 1996,
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The significance of the Marija Reka fault (Slovenia)
Ladislav Placer
Geologija , 2001,
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Structural meaning of the Sava folds
Ladislav Placer
Geologija , 1998,
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Principles of the tectonic subdivision of Slovenia
Ladislav Placer
Geologija , 2008,
Abstract: New tectonic subdivision of the junction region between Alps and Dinarides which incorporates Eastern Alps, Southern Alps, Dinarides, Pannonian basin and Adriatic-Apulia foreland is described in this article. The course of the boundary between Southern Alps and Dinarides is updated. Dinarides are subdivided into the Internal andExternal Dinarides. Internal Dinarides comprise only the areas with deep water sedimentary successions and ophiolites. External Dinarides are composed for the most part of the Adriatic-Dinaric carbonate platform and of transitional area to the Internal Dinarides.Herak’s subdivision of the External Dinarides into Adriatic, Epiadriatic and Dinaric is not accepted, because he assumes two separate Mesozoic carbonate platforms (Adriatic and Dinaric). In Slovenia, however, existed only one Mesozoic carbonate platform, so it is justified to use the term Adriatic-Dinaric carbonate platform. It started to disintegrate in the Paleocene.The position of the Adriatic microplate is also included in this subdivision.
Subrecent Movements near Ljubljana
Ladislav Placer
Geologija , 2004,
Abstract: At the eastern margin of the Ljubljansko barje (Ljubljana moor) smaller faults can be seen along which part or the whole colluvial cover is displaced. The age of the colluvium is not determined therefore at the moment fault are treated as subrecent. Similar the same phenomenon was seen at the Postojna area.
Vipava fault (Slovenia)
Ladislav Placer
Geologija , 2008,
Abstract: During mapping of the already accomplished Razdrto – Seno e e section of motorway and geologic surveying of construction operations of the trunk road between Razdrto and Vipava in northwestern part of External Dinarides on the southwestern slope of Mt. Nanos, called Rebrnice, a steep NW-SE striking fault was recognized, situated between the Predjama and the Ra{a faults. The fault was named Vipava fault after the Vipava town. An analysis of subrecent gravitational slips at Rebrnice indicates that they were probably associated with the activity of this fault. Unpublished results of a repeated levelling line along the regional road passing across the Vipava fault zone suggest its possible present activity. It would be meaningful to verify this by appropriate geodetic measurements, and to study the actual gravitational slips at Rebrnice. The association between tectonics and gravitational slips in this and in similar extreme cases in the areas of Alps and Dinarides points at the need of complex studying of geologic proceses.
Kra ki rob (landscape term) Geologic section along the motorway Kozina – Koper (Capodistria)
Ladislav Placer
Geologija , 2007,
Abstract: Geologic section along the motorway from Kozina to Koper in totality exposed geologic structure of the border belt between Adriatic-Apulian foreland and Dinarides that was formed by subthrusting of Adriatic-Apulian foreland (Istria, Friuli) underneath External Dinarides (Kras, i arija). During this process within the subthrusting belt a geomorphologic step was formed at sites where limestone became overthrust on flyschbeds.Apartof this geomorphologic step became known in the last decade of 20st century as the Kra ki rob (Karst edge). With respect to geologic and geomorphologic considerations the term Kra{ki rob ( Karst Edge ) as landscape term for cliffs above the valleys of the Osapska reka and upper Ri ana rivers should be distinguished from term karst edge (kra{ki rob) as a general term which is a synonym for the geomorphologic step consisting of precipitous cliffs and steep carbonate slopes situated entirely between the mouth of the river Timava and Mt. U ka that form the border belt between the karstic plateaus of Kras and i arije from one side, and the flysch Istria with the Trieste flysch coastal zone on the otherside.
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