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Authigenic sericite record of a fossil geothermal system: the Offenburg trough, central Black Forest, Germany
A fossil geothermal area is hosted by the Carboniferous, Permian and Bunter sandstones of the Offenburg intramontane trough in the central Black Forest. The hydrothermal alteration is identified onExpand
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Composition and origin of clay minerals in Holocene sediments from the south-eastern North Sea
The distribution of clay minerals varies systematically in sediments from Holocene core material taken along a profile from the East Frisian coast to the Doggerbank. The proportion of illiteExpand
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Further evidence for a Jurassic mineralizing event in central Europe: K–Ar dating of hydrothermal alteration and fluid inclusion systematics in wall rocks of the Käfersteige fluorite vein deposit in
Abstract The hydrothermal fluorite vein deposit of `Käfersteige' ranks among the biggest in central Europe. It is located along the suture zone that separates the Moldanubian and Saxothuringian unitsExpand
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The fossil geothermal system of the Baden-Baden trough (northern Black Forest, F.R. Germany)
Abstract Limnic sediments of the Upper Carboniferous, Lower Permian and Triassic from the Baden-Baden trough were hydrothermally altered during the Jurassic. Concentric alteration halos, each havingExpand
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K/Ar-Datierungen zur Alterseinstufung lagerstättenbildender Prozesse
1. Prinz, B., Krause, G.H.M., Stratmann, H.: LIS-Report28, Landesanstalt fiir Immissionsschutz des Landes Nordrhein-Westfalen, Essen 1982 2. Elstner, E.F., Ogwald, W.: Naturw. Rdsch. 37, 52 (1984) 3.Expand
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K-Ar dating of episodic Mesozoic fluid migrations along the fault system of Gernsbach between the Moldanubian and Saxothuringian (Northern Black Forest, Germany)
Along the SW-NE trending fault zone of Gernsbach (northern Black Forest), over a distance of about 45 km between Baden-Baden and Pforzheim, basal series of the sedimentary cover are extensivelyExpand
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Changes in clay mineral content of tidal flat sediments resulting from dike construction along the Lower Saxony coast of the North Sea, Germany
The clay mineral content of the < 2 µm fraction in tidal flat sediments in the former Harle Bay on the Lower Saxony coast has changed considerably since the thirteenth century up to the present time.Expand
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