The structure of the Upper Triassic (Keuper) sequence based on the deep borehole data and interpretation of seismic lines within Glueckstadt Graben
U. Bayer, Y. Maystrenko, N. Hoffmann, M. Scheck-Wenderoth and H. Meyer
Event name: Geophysics of the 21st Century - The Leap into the Future
Session: Seismic interpretation and paleo analysis
Publication date: 01 September 2003
Organisations: SEG, EAGE
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A detailed study of the structure and evolution of the Glueckstadt Graben (GG) shows
that the main phase of subsidence occurred during Late Triassic (Keuper) times. This
subsidence was strongly affected by Permian (Zechstein and Rotliegend) salt movement with
formation of very complicated structures of Upper Triassic sedimentary succession.
Furthermore, the deepest part of the GG partially formed as “rim syncline” at least within
southern part in Late Triassic. It is possible, that the Triassic GG an inherited structure from
Late Paleozoic (Early Permian).