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Abstract

The Borth salt deposit (FRG) lies in the Zechstein basin, which covers a large part of Central Europe. The mine is located north-east of Duisburg. Although the deposit is over 150 metres thick, only the lower part is mined here. Mining activity (app. 800 metres below surface) is restricted to a 20 m thick layer of extremely pure white salt.

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1997-08-09
2020-06-04
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