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Abstract

The water supply in the northernmost part of Germany is mainly based on the groundwater reservoirs of Tertiary sedimentary layers. South of Flensburg these sedimentary layers are displaced by the north-south striking Flensburg-Sieverstedt fault zone with a throw of about 600 m at the base of Tertiary. The deeper part of this fault zone is well-known from earlier seismic investigations for hydrocarbon exploration. For an assessment of the groundwater reservoirs the near-surface structural feature of the fault was recently investigated through shallow seismic reflection and gravity surveys.

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2002-09-08
2020-11-29
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