Facies and geochemical aspects of the Dolomite-Anhydrite Transition Zone (Zechstein 1-2) in the Batum-13 well, northern Jutland, Denmark: a key to the evolution of the Norwegian-Danish Basin

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Abstrakt

The Dolomite-Anhydrite Transition Zone is an important marker horizon separating the thick successions of grey halite of the Zechstein 1 and 2 cyles in the central parts of the Norwegian-Danish Basin. Within this unit, six main facies have been recognized. These can be grouped into three facies associations which reflect major events in the evolution of the basin. -from Author

OriginalsprogEngelsk
TitelLecture Notes in Earth Sciences
UndertitelThe Zechstein facies in Europe
RedaktørerTadeusz M. Peryt
ForlagSpringer
Sider93-122
Antal sider30
ISBN (Trykt)3540177108
DOI
StatusUdgivet - 1987

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NavnLecture Notes in Earth Sciences: The Zechstein facies in Europe
ForlagSpringer

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  • Programområde 4: Mineralske råstoffer

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