Geology of Kosovo

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The geology of Kosovo includes a variety of different tectonic and stratigraphic features. [1]

Geologic History, Stratigraphy & Tectonics[edit]

  • Kacanik Flysch
  • Vrska Cuka granite: An example of Carpatho-Balkan units. Early Paleozoic granites followed by a gap in the Aptian and pelagic clastic rocks from the Cretaceous.
  • Novo Brdo area: Part of the Central Vardar zone. Situated south of a highly tectonized domain. Novo Brdo schist formed in the Triassic in a volcano-sedimentary basin.
  • Brezovica harzburgite

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