Dr Tomasz Werner

Kierownik Zespołu Paleomagnetyzmu
Instytut Geofizyki Polskiej Akademii Nauk
ul. Ksiecia Janusza 64, 01-45
tel.: +48 22 6915 765, Warszawa
e-mail: twerner@igf.edu.pl,
www: www.igf.edu.pl/~twerner


Wykształcenie:

1990 -magister fizyki, specjalność geofizyka, Uniwersytet Warszawski, Wydział Fizyki

1993 -Master of Science in Geology, Lakehead University, Thunder Bay, Ontario, Kanada

2001 - Doktor nauk o Ziemi w zakresie geofizyki,Instytut Geofizyki PAN


Zatrudnienie:

Od 1990 - Instytut Geofizyki PAN, kierownik pracowni od 2008 r.


Główne tematy badawcze:

Badania anizotropii magnetycznej i własności magnetycznych wybranych jednostek geologicznych:

  • badania anizotropii magnetycznej węglanów dewońskich strefy morawsko-śląskiej (Czechy)
  • badania własności magnetycznych permokarbońskich wulkanitów z okolic Bolkowa (ignimbritów, tuffów i law) w Górach Kaczawskich
  • badania anizotropii magnetycznej i własności magnetycznych granitoidów jawornickich w strefie Złoty Stok-Skrzynka

Wybrane publikacje:

  1. Werner, T. & Jeleńska, M. 1992. The applicability of two computer techniques to separate the remanent magnetization (RM) components acquired in laboratory fields. Physics of the Earth and Planetary Interiors, 70, 194-200.
  2. Werner, T., 1993. Paleomagnetism, structure and magnetic fabrics in a traverse of the Quetico Subprovince between Atikokan and Kashabowie, NW Ontario. M.Sc. thesis, Lakehead University, Thunder Bay, Ontario, Canada.
  3. Borradaile, G. J., Chow, N. & Werner, T., 1993. Magnetic hysteresis of limestones: facies control? Phys.Earth. & Planet.Inter., 76, 241-252.
  4. Borradaile, G. J., Kissin, S. A., Stewart, J. D., Ross, W. A. & Werner, T. 1993. Magnetic and optical methods for detecting heat treatment of chert. J. Archeolog. Science, 20, 57-66.
  5. Borradaile, G. J., Werner, T., Dehls, J. F. & Spark, R. N. 1993. Archean regional transpression and paleomagnetism in northwestern Ontario, Canada. Tectonophysics, 220, 117-125.
  6. Borradaile, G. J., Stewart, R. A. & Werner, T. 1993. Archean uplift of a subprovince boundary in the Canadian Shield, revealed by magnetic fabrics. Tectonophysics, 227, 1-15.
  7. Borradaile, G. J., Kehlenbeck, M. M., Werner, T. 1994. A magnetotectonic study correlating late Archean deformation in northwestern Ontario. Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences, 31, No 9, 1449-1460
  8. Borradaile, G. J. and Werner, T. Magnetic anisotropy of some of phyllosilicates. 1994. Tectonophysics, 235, 223-248
  9. Werner, T. Borradaile, G. J. Paleoremanence dispersal across a transpressed Archean terrain: Deflection by anisotropy or by late compression? 1996. J. Geophys. Res. Vol. 101, No. B3, p. 5531-5546
  10. Werner T., 1996. Zastosowanie metody statystycznej "bootstrap" i pomiarów bezpośrednich do wyznaczania anizotropii pozostałości bezhisterezowej skał silnie zmetamorfizowanych, Raport z projektu badawczego KBN nr 6 P04D 034 082- jako kierownik grantu
  11. Jeleńska M., Werner T., and Król E., 1996. Paleomagnetic and rock magnetic study of ultramafic and gabbroic rocks from boreholes in the Sudetes, Poland, Acta Geoph. Pol., Vol. 46, No 4, 361-382.
  12. Jeleńska M., and Werner T., Magnetic anisotropy parameters for the Ultramafic and the gabbroic rocks from three boreholes from the Sudetes, Poland, Phys. Chem. Earth, 22, No1-2, pp 161-165, 1997
  13. Werner, T., Experimental designs for determination of the anisotropy of remanence - test of the efficiency of least-square methods applied for highly metamorphic rocks from Southern Poland. Phys. Chem. Earth, 22, No 1-2, pp 131-136, 1997.
  14. Werner T. and Borradaile, G. J., Homogeneous Magnetic Susceptibility of Tektites: Implications for Extreme Homogenization of Source Material, 1998 Phys. Earth Planet, Int.,vol. 108, pp. 235-243
  15. Borradaile,G.J., Werner T., Lagroix F. 1999, Magnetic Fabrics and Anisotropy-controlled thrusting in the Kapuskasing Structural Zone, Canada, Tectonophysics vol 302, pp 241- 256.
  16. Lewandowski M., Nowożyński K. Werner T., PDA - a package of FORTRAN programs for paleomagnetic data analysis, manuscript
  17. Werner, T. , Mazur, S., and Jeleńska M. 2000. Changing direction of magnetic fabric in a thrust unit: an example from the Karkonosze-Izera massif (SW Poland), Physics and Chemistry of Earth, Part A. Solid Earth and Geodesy, vol 25 No 5, pp. 511-517.
  18. M.. Jeleńska, T. Werner, St Mazur. 2000. Paleomagnetic and rock magnetic study of the Early Paleozoic metamorphic complex of Rudawy Janowickie (West Sudetes; Poland). Geologica Carpathica, 51 (3): 172-173.
  19. T. Werner 2002. “ The correlation of magnetic anisotropies (AMS and AARM) with tectonic fabrics of the Niemcza shear zone (SW Poland)” Acta Geophysica Polonica, 50 (1):79-107.
  20. M. Jeleńska, T. Werner, St. Mazur. 2002. A paleomagnetic and rock magnetic properties of the Lower Paleozoic metamorphic complex of the Rudawy Janowickie (West Sudetes, Poland). Geologica Carpathica vol 54, (5): 283-294.
  21. M. Jeleńska, T. Werner, St. Mazur. 2002. The comparison of tectonic and magnetic fabric (AMS and AARM) in a thrust unit: an example from metamorphic series of Rudawy Janowickie (SW Poland), Quadorni do geofisica 26: 65-67.
  22. Borradaile G J, Werner T, Lagroix F, 2003, Differences in paleomagnetic interpretations due to the choice of statistical, demagnetization and correction techniques: Kapuskasing Structural Zone, northern Ontario, Canada, TECTONOPHYSICS 363 (1-2): 103-125 FEB 20 2003
  23. Borradaile, G. J.; Lemmetty, T. J.; Werner, T. 2003, Apparent polar wander paths and the close of late Archean crustal transpression, northern Ontario J. Geophys. Res.Vol. 108, No. B8, 2402
  24. M.Kądziałko-Hofmokl, S.Mazur, T.Werner, J.Kruczyk . 2004. Relationship between
  25. magnetic and structural fabrics revealed by the Variscan basement rocks subjected to heterogenous deformation - a case study from the Kłodzko Metamorphic Complex (Central Sudetes, Poland)" Magnetic Fabrics: Methods and Applications, Geological Society of London, Special Publication 238. 475-491.
  26. Jerzy Nawrocki, Olga Polechońska, Anna Lewandowska & Tomasz Werner. On the palaeomagnetic age of the Zalas laccolith (southern Poland). Acta Geologica Polonica, Vol. 55 (2005), No. 3, pp. 229-236
  27. Tomasz Werner, Magdalena Pañczyk “Magnetic fabrics of Permian volcanic succession from North Sudetic Basin (SW Poland) - the reconstruction of volcanic event scenario”. Abstracts of the 10th”Castle Meeting” New Trends in Geomagnetism, Palaeo, Rock and Environmental Magnetism, Castle of Valtice, Travaux Geophysiques XXVII (2006), p. 124-125
  28. Pańczyk Magdalena , Werner Tomasz 2004, “Preliminary results of anisotropy of magnetic susceptibility of the permian volcanites from the Bolków area (north sudetic basin)”, XI Sesja Sekcji Petrologii Polskiego Towarzystwa Mineralogicznego "HIPABYSALNY MAGMATYZM ORAZ PETROLOGIA FLISZU KARPAT ZACHODNICH" Ustroń, 14 - 17 października 2004, Prace specjalne PTMin 2004. Zeszyt 24 p 311-314
  29. Werner, T., Białek, D.2004 “The Jawornik granitoids: AMS fabric and its relationship with the Zloty Stok - Skrzynka shear zone (Sudetes, SW Poland), Paleo, Rock and Environmental Magnetism,9th Castle Meeting Javorina, Slovak, June. 2004. (abstract- Contributions to Geophysics and Geodesy 2004, vol 34 special issue, p. 167),
  30. Nawrocki, J. , Fanning, M. , Lewandowska, A. , Polechońska, O. and Werner,T., 2008, Palaeomagnetism and the age of the Cracow volcanic rocks (S Poland).Geophysical Journal International, 174, No. 2, pp. 475 – 488.
  31. Jerzy Nawrocki, Olga Polechońska, Tomasz Werner. Magnetic susceptibility and selected geochemical-mineralogical data as proxies for the Early to Middle Frasnian (Late Devonian) palaeoenvironmental settings of limestone deposition in Holy Cross Mountains, southern Poland. 2008, Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology, Volume 269, Issues 3-4, Pages 176-188

 

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