Subsequently, we will use the Northern Germany Zechstein
basin as a case study to test how much of the observed dedolomite can be explained by this process.
As with P1929, P2304 contains additional prospectivity in deeper gas bearing Carboniferous sandstones underlying the proven Zechstein
Then water from the surrounding ocean flooded the desert to produce the shallow inland Zechstein
In some cases, the wastewater was pumped into the deep layers of the Upper Permian Zechstein
This absorbable magnesium oil contains only raw, ultra-pure magnesium chloride and other trace minerals drawn from the Ancient Zechstein
Seabed in Northern Europe.
This shallow lake margin, or at least muddy area, was in the center of a large sinkhole structure, which was caused by subsurface dissolution of Zechstein
salt in the underground.
(NASDAQ:FXEN) today reported that a liner has been set through the Zechstein
section of the Kutno-2 well and cemented to a depth of 6,209.5 meters.
Since they first appeared in the Permian (definitively in the lower Zechstein
, 255 mya) cidaroids have undergone few morphological changes and are often regarded as "living fossils" (Kier, 1977; Smith and Holling-worth, 1990; Smith, 2005; Smith et al., 2006).
(1994) distinguish between late Lower Permian ("Rotliegendes") hydrothermal activity, which formed the hematite veins, and Upper Permian ("Zechstein
") activity which formed the manganese oxide veins.
The wireline logs and drilling data has confirmed that there is gas in the Permian Zechstein
carbonates, which had been identified as a secondary target in the well.
"Our calculations show that airborne pollutants from giant salt lakes like the Zechstein
Sea must have had catastrophic effects at that time," said co-author Dr.
Salt has accumulated in the Zechstein
lagoon in the Kaliningrad district, while only one small salt pillow is found in Southwestern Lithuania.