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Die Zweigeteilten Karawanken und Ihre Erdgeschichtliche Entwicklung [The Bipartite Karawanks and its Geological Development]

By: Hans Peter Schönlaub(Author), Ralf Schuster(Author)
88 pages, 80 illustrations
Die Zweigeteilten Karawanken und Ihre Erdgeschichtliche Entwicklung [The Bipartite Karawanks and its Geological Development]
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Language: German

The eastern Karawanks, a mountain range of the Southern Limestone Alps on the border between Slovenia to the south and Austria to the north, with its center at Bad Eisenkappel, is a "hot spot" for every nature lover. Here the Northern and Southern Karawanks border the Periadriatic lineament – one of the major fault zones of the Alps. How did the Karawanks come into existence? How old is the fault zone? These and other questions are answered in this book in plain language. The description of excursion points and numerous pictures give the expert and the interested layman an opportunity to experience the geology of the Karawanks up close.

Summary in German:
Die östlichen Karawanken mit ihrem Zentrum um Bad Eisenkappel sind ein „Hot Spot“ für jeden Naturliebhaber. Hier grenzen die Nordkarawanken an die Südkarawanken und werden vom Periadriatischen Lineament – eine der bedeutendsten Störungszonen der Alpen – voneinander getrennt. Wie entstanden die Karawanken? Welches Alter hat die Störungszone? Auf diese und weitere Fragen gibt das vorliegende Buch in verständlicher Sprache Auskunft. Die Beschreibung von Exkursionspunkten und zahlreiche Bilder geben dem Fachmann und dem interessierten Laien die Möglichkeit, die Geologie der Karawanken hautnah zu erleben.

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By: Hans Peter Schönlaub(Author), Ralf Schuster(Author)
88 pages, 80 illustrations
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