Muschelkalk


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Muschelkalk

[′mu̇sh·əl‚kälk]
(geology)
A European stage of geologic time equivalent to the Middle Triassic, above Bunter and below Keuper.
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(1985): Base litoestratigrafica de las facies Buntsandstein y Muschelkalk en la rama aragonesa de la Cordillera Iberica (Zona Norte).
In the Aragonian Branch, the basal part of the Triassic succession is made up of the fluvial Tierga and Calcena units, which pass upwards into the marine deposits of the Muschelkalk Calcareous Group.
To complete well information, several cores were taken in most of the units, specially covering Anhydrite Zone, K5, K2, Muschelkalk and Buntsandstein; additionally, sidewall cores were collected in the most recent wells.
Main features: The purpose of the contract is project management integrating the design, construction and commissioning of the muschelkalk water table in lochwiller (67) consisting of 3 boreholes.
The wells of the Hainich CZE access two superimposed aquifer assemblages (Hainich transect upper aquifer assemblage (HTU) and Hainich transect lower aquifer assemblage (HTL)) in the thin-bedded alternation of fractured to karstified limestones (aquifers) and marlstones (aquitards) of the Upper Muschelkalk subgroup (Germanic Trias, Thuringian Basin) [4].
During the Middle Triassic two marine transgressions advanced from the east and covered the eastern part of the Iberian Peninsula during which Muschelkalk carbonates were laid down (Sopena et al., 1988; Lopez-Gomez et al., 2002; Bourquin et al., 2011; Mercedes-Martin et al., 2014).
The Lower Muschelkalk (Gorazdze, Terebratula and Karchowice Beds) carbonate rocks include so-called ore-bearing dolomites.
La mayor parte del silex procede del Muschelkalk inferior, niveles que podemos reseguir a lo largo de toda la Cordillera Prelitoral catalana, desde el norte de la provincia de Barcelona hasta el sur de la provincia de Tarragona.
These soils are developed on Muschelkalk materials of clayey-sandy marl of a conglomerate nature.
25 m 2 , - natural stone juramarmor and muschelkalk floor approx.
The Iberian-type is characterized by the presence of a single carbonate bar in the Muschelkalk Facies, and more specifically corresponding to the upper Muschelkalk Facies or M3 in the Catalanides (Virgili, 1958).
Rocks in the Triassic Germanic Basin have been conventionally divided into three typical series: Bunter, Muschelkalk and Keuper; but only in the latest two of these series anhydritic-gypsiferous claystones occur systematically.