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Abstract

A detailed study of the structure and evolution of the Glueckstadt Graben (GG) shows<br>that the main phase of subsidence occurred during Late Triassic (Keuper) times. This<br>subsidence was strongly affected by Permian (Zechstein and Rotliegend) salt movement with<br>formation of very complicated structures of Upper Triassic sedimentary succession.<br>Furthermore, the deepest part of the GG partially formed as “rim syncline” at least within<br>southern part in Late Triassic. It is possible, that the Triassic GG an inherited structure from<br>Late Paleozoic (Early Permian).

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2003-09-01
2020-04-03
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