Statistics of the Geological Map of Slovenia at scale 1 : 250.000
AbstractThe paper gives the analytical results of the abundance of spatial and linear elements found on Geological Map of Slovenia at scale 1 : 250.000. Six types of rocks, based on the genesis, and 17 classes of geological ages, were analysed for the area proportions. Linear elements (faults, thrusts and other elements) were analysed for their distance according to the spreading direction. Almost one half of Slovenia is consisted of clastic rocks and 40 % of carbonate rocks. Kenozoic and Mesozoic rocks cover roughly 90 % of Slovenian territory, with 44 % and 45 % respectively. Analytical results for structural elements suggest that the main spreading directions are in Dinaric and W - E directions.
How to Cite
Komac, M. (2005). Statistics of the Geological Map of Slovenia at scale 1 : 250.000 . Geologija, 48(1), 117–126. https://doi.org/10.5474/geologija.2005.011