Vom Anfang, Hochstand und Ende eines Epikontinentalmeeres

@article{Lindstrm1971VomAH,
  title={Vom Anfang, Hochstand und Ende eines Epikontinentalmeeres},
  author={Maurits Lindstr{\"o}m},
  journal={Geologische Rundschau},
  year={1971},
  volume={60},
  pages={419-438}
}
ZusammenfassungDie kambro-silurische Schichtenfolge des baltischen Schildes wurde während eines großen Transgressions-Regressions-Zyklus gebildet. Das Unterkambrium besteht vorwiegend aus littoralen bis neritischen Quarziten. Die Gesamtmächtigkeit beträgt bis etwa 200m. Im Mittelkambrium breitet sich die Alaunschiefer-Fazies vom W her aus. Glaukonitische und phosphoritreiche Kondensationshorizonte können ganze Stufen vertreten. Wo dünne, bankige Kalke auftreten, enthalten diese Diskontinuitäts… Expand
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