Buntsandstein

Buntsandstein

[′bu̇nt·sən‚shtīn]
(geology)
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The Czerwony Wawoz gorge incises into the Permian (Rotliegend and Zechstein) and Triassic (Buntsandstein) sedimentary rocks, which together with the overlying Upper Cretaceous deposits form the Wleh tectonic graben (Gorczyca-Skala, 1977)--a geological-structural unit bounded by steep NW-SE-oriented, normal and strike-slip faults.
During the Early Triassic, the Iberian Microplate was covered by sandstones and conglomerates of Buntsandstein character.
Ehmann M (1989) 'Auswirkungen atmogener Stoffeintrage auf Bodenund Grundwasser sowie Stoffbilanzierungen in drei bewaldeten Einzugsgebieten im Oberen Buntsandstein (Nordschwarzwald).' Tubinger Geowissenschaftliche Arbeiten.
Fossil scorpions from the Buntsandstein (Early Triassic) of France.
Es precisamente sobre los rodenos, las areniscas triasicas de facies Buntsandstein superior, donde se localizan preferentemente las pinturas rupestres de este nucleo de arte rupestre.
composed of a detritical red lower section or Buntsandstein, an intermediate carbonate section or Muschelkalk, and an upper terrigenous-evaporitic one or Keuper.
Cisneros (2008) placed Scoloparia glyphanodon as the sister-taxon of the Early to early Middle Triassic Sclerosaurus armatus from the Buntsandstein of Germany and Switzerland based solely on the shared presence of dermal armour.