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Published by I kommission hos C.A. Reitzels forlag in København .
Written in English

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Places:

  • Triassic.,
  • Denmark.

Subjects:

  • Geology, Stratigraphic -- Triassic.,
  • Sedimentation and deposition Denmark.,
  • Diagenesis -- Denmark.

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Edition Notes

Includes bibliographical references (p.39-40)

Other titlesBunter Sandstone Formation, onshore Denmark.
Statementby Stanley Fine.
SeriesDanmarks geologiske undersøgelse. Serie A , nr. 15, Danmarks geologiske undersøgelse (Series)., nr. 15.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsQE677 .F56 1986
The Physical Object
Pagination51 p. :
Number of Pages51
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL1810544M
ISBN 108742107482
LC Control Number89220243

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  The Bunter Sandstone Formation was defined as the upper part of the Bacton Group by Rhys () in the southern part of the North Sea Basin and was later recognized by Bertelsen () in the Danish area. Deposition of these sands took place during most of the Olenekian and the earliest Anisian (Fig. 1A) (Kürschner and Herngreen, ).The stratigraphy of the Bunter Sandstone Formation Depositional environment of the Gassum Formation. The Late Triassic to Early Jurassic Gassum Formation was deposited in a shallow marine embayment under the influence of a number of relative sea‐level changes causing deposition of regressive shoreface sandstones and fluvial–estuarine sandstones encased in marine, lagoonal and lacustrine   During the Triassic the North Sea formed an epicontinental basin which was divided into three minor basins: Southern, Central and Northern North Sea Basins (Fisher and Mudge, ; Fig. 1).The study area (onshore Denmark) forms a northeast to southwest section from the Fennoscandian Shield across the Fennoscandian Border Zone to a deepening basin in the southwest, and is thus part Laier, T. & B.L. Nielsen Cementing halite in Triassic Bunter Sandstone (T0nder, southwest Denmark) as a result of hyperfiltration of brines — Chemical Geology

  Cementing halite in Triassic Bunter Sandstone (Tonder, southwest Denmark) as a result of hyperfiltration of brines. In: K. Griinvold (Guest-Editor), Water-Rock Interaction. Chem. Geol., Samples of cores from the Bunter Sandstone Formation of the T~nder structure have been carefully prepared without access of fresh ://   The Bunter Sandstone Formation, defined by Rhys (), is a Lower Triassic red-brown fine-grained sandstone, grading to siltstone in the upper and lower parts, found in deep wells in the Southern North Sea Basin. Bertelsen () recognised the Bunter Sandstone Formation in the Danish part of the North German Basin where it correlates with the “Mittlerer Buntsandstein” (∼Volpriehausen Diagenesis and provenance of Mesozoic sandstone reservoirs onshore Denmark. PhD thesis. Geological Survey of Denmark and Greenland report /19, pp. Scientific reports. Bording, T.S., Norden, B. & Balling, N., A comparison study of rock thermal properties measured by transient divided bar and thermal conductivity :// Diagenesis and provenance of Mesozoic sandstone reservoirs onshore Denmark. PhD thesis. Geological Survey of Denmark and Greenland report /19, pp. Videnskabelige rapporter. Bording, T.S., Norden, B. & Balling, N., A comparison study of rock thermal properties measured by transient divided bar and thermal conductivity ://

Diagenetic impact on reservoir sandstones of the Heno Formation in the Ravn-3 well, Danish Central Graben (PDF) Shale fabric and organic nanoporosity in lower Palaeozoic shales, Bornholm, Denmark (pdf) Pre-drilling geothermal assessment of porosity and permeability of the Bunter Sandstone Formation, onshore Denmark (pdf) However, in the Lower Triassic sandstones of the Cañizar Formation (Olenekian), the Variscan zircon population is almost completely replaced by Cadomian zircons (– Ma), with important The lower Bunter sandstone forms a continuous reservoir of excellent quality, the middle Bunter sandstone constitutes a potential upside reservoir and the upper Bunter sandstone displays variable Abstract. The Triassic extends over km 2 in the central and northern North Sea, and reaches thicknesses of 4–6 km, but entire sequences, from Lower Jurassic through Triassic to sub-Triassic rocks, are proved in fewer than 15 wells. The Triassic normally rests conformably on Upper Permian strata, except in the north where it overlies crystalline ://