Neotectonic Movements

Neotectonic Movements

 

tectonic movements that occurred during the Neogene and Anthropogenic periods of the geologic history of the earth. The principal features of the present relief were formed as a result of these movements.

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The reasons for seismic activity in this region can be related to neotectonic movements (including glacio-isostatic rebound) as recorded in the southeastern Baltic Sea area of the Fennoscandian ice sheet margin zone.
The problem of determining neotectonic movements in the Bochnia salt mine lies in separating tectonic from human-induced movements.
Further implementation of OSL dating, and particularly the introduction of cosmogenic radionuclide dating (CRN), is essential to surpass that limitation and to better characterize the timing of the neotectonic movements (uplift/subsidence and fault slip) and to estimate strain rates.
Rahni explained the genesis of eskers with direct influence of Late-Glacial tectonic movements on the bedrock-glacier association and suggested block-wise neotectonic movements with their amplitudes reaching tens of metres.
Neotectonic movements associated with the Sudetic Marginal Fault were superimposed on this older tectonic structure.
It documents significant role of neotectonic movements during their genesis, despite they are flown through with greater streams, and create together with adjacent slope surfaces within the study area a very various spectrum of landforms.
Geological data on neotectonic movements of the Earth's crust in the Estonian S.S.R.
Previous interpretations of neotectonic movements occurring in the Fore-Sudetic Block assumed reactivation of main faults that were already formed in the Variscan orogeny, an in the Opole Depression also during the Late Cretaceous--Early Palaeogene orogeny.
It would be difficult to conclude about periodicity of neotectonic movements, however, most of individual case studies appear to indicate increased mobility during the Early Pleistocene, Holsteinian, and Eemian stages.
This type of alternation of morphostructures, which shows varying rates of neotectonic movements, may reflect either concurrent isostatic adjustment or Quaternary remnant folding (Zuchiewicz, 1991).
and Vilimek, V.: 2007, Neotectonic movements in the East Sudeten Mountains and monitoring of recent fault displacements (Czech Republic), Geophysical Research Abstracts, Vol.
and Przybylski B.: 1993, An attempt at application of selected morphometric methods to estimation of neotectonic movements in the Sudety Mountains, SW Poland, and their foreland.