By H. Martin, H.-J. Behr (auth.), Professor Dr. Henno Martin, Dr. Franz Wolfgang Eder (eds.)
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The lack of direct sedimentoIBUlGE logical evidence might be inherent to the ronding process when performed in a clastic environment, as opposed to carbonate systems: At carbonate margins, there is usually good biostratigraphic control (which enables detailed reconstructions of the rates of accumulation, see Franke, Fcer and rngel, 1975). arly cementation enhances the formation of vertical buildups with a fixed lateral limitation, which rroduce a pronounced isostatic unbalance and are easily detectable in the sedimentary record.
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4. 1 General outline In the Rhenohercynian Zone, it is convenient to distinguish three main chapters in the sedimentary record, which will be discussed he re as an example of "phases" in the geosynclinal development. Lower Devonian through Famennian neritic clastics, derived from the Old Red Continent to the northwest, have been termed "Caledonian Molasse" by Franke et al. (1978). This label is reasonable as far as it refers to the provenance of the material from Caledonian orogenic uplifts. 2, that the subsiding area accomodating these clastic rocks was not a marginal sink adjacent to the rising orthotectonic chain.
Intracontinental Fold Belts: Case Studies in the Variscan Belt of Europe and the Damara Belt in Namibia by H. Martin, H.-J. Behr (auth.), Professor Dr. Henno Martin, Dr. Franz Wolfgang Eder (eds.)