Series: German Journal of Geology / Zeitschrift der Deutschen Gesellschaft für Geowissenschaften Volume: 166/2
102 pages, 67 illustrations, 8 tables
More than 130 participants from 21 countries came together at a conference under the title “Basalt 2013 – Cenozoic Magmatism in Central Europe” from April 24th to April 28th 2013 in Görlitz/Germany (Goth 2013). Here, six contributions are presented: four articles dealing with geotourism in Poland and Germany, and two with geological aspects related to volcanic structures or edifices in Germany.
Editorial; Tietz, Olaf
The landscape evolution of the Lausitz Block since the Palaeozoic – with special emphasis to the neovolcanic edifices in the Lausitz Volcanic Field (Eastern Germany); Tietz, Olaf; Büchner, Jörg
Is the structure of Börnersdorf possibly a maar-diatreme volcano?; Horna, Frank; Krentz, Ottomar; Buske, Stefan; Käppler, Rolf; Börner, Ralph-Uwe
Route to the Volcanoes in Germany – conceptual model for a geotourism project interconnecting geosites of Cenozoic volcanism; Abratis, Michael; Viereck, Lothar; Büchner, Jörg; Tietz, Olaf
Edutainment with basalt and volcanoes – the Rockeskyller Kopf example in the Westeifel Volcanic Field/Vulkaneifel European Geopark, Germany; Bitschene, Peter Rene
Post-industrial landscape transformation and its application for geotourism, education and recreation – an example of the Wide Mt. near Strzegom, Lower Silesia/Poland; Tokarczyk-Dorociak, Katarzyna; Lorenc, Marek W.; Jawecki, Bartosz; Zych-Gluszyñska, Katarzyna
Quarries in the landscape of the county of Strzelin – native rock materials in the local architecture; Jawecki, Bartosz; Lorenc, Marek W.; Tokarczyk-Dorociak, Katarzyna
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