Rotliegende

Rotliegende

[′rōt‚lē·gən·də]
(geology)
A European series of geologic time: Lower and Middle Permian.
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Jowett, "Genesis of kupferschiefer cu-ag deposits by convective flow of rotliegende brines during triassic rifting," Economic geology Lancaster, Pa, vol.
(1979): Diagenetically formed interstitial clay minerals as a factor in Rotliegende Sandstone reservoir quality in the Dutch sector of the North Sea.
These numerous references include the seminal works using the French (Autunian, Saxonian, Thuringian) and German terminology (Rotliegende, Zechstein).
Savin, "Timing and conditions of Permian Rotliegende sandstone diagenesis, Southern North Sea: K/Ar and oxygen isotopic data," The American Association of Petroleum Geologists Bulletin, vol.
(2003): Outcrop analogues for Carboniferous and Rotliegende Dutch Oilfiels in the Lodeve Permian Basin, South of France.
The primary and secondary exploration targets for the well were to prove petroleum in reservoir rocks in the Permian and Middle Jurassic (the Rotliegende group and the Vestland group, respectively).
sittichenbachensis collected in Obere Hornburger Schichten Formation of Rotliegende (Saxony).
Whereas the "Buntsandstein Group" in the major part of the Germanic basin is separated from the Rotliegende by the typical-Zechstein carbonate-evaporite facies (uppermost Permian), the latter are completely lacking in France where they are partly replaced by fluvial facies (Table 1).
binder about 10 000 m 2 , - dredging, loading, temporary storage rotliegendes and processing, replacement, about 5 100 m 3 , - detergent sound at least 9 m below gok, incl.
According to the company, the main objective of the well was to test the reservoir properties and hydrocarbon potential of the Middle Jurassic sandstones in the Otta prospect and of the deeper Rotliegendes sandstones in the Vinstra prospect, located in the Mandal High area of the southern Norwegian North Sea close to the Danish maritime border.
The Ilfeld Basin was filled by sediments and eruptive rocks during Lower Permian (called in Germany Rotliegendes) times.
High barium concentrations in deep groundwaters occur in sandstones of oilfields, exceeding several tens of mg/L, for example over 50 mg/L in the Rotliegendes Formation in Germany and up to 175 mg/L in the Carpathian Foredeep Meso-Cenozoic rocks (Kolodiy 1983; Traber 2002).