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Geologische Rundschau

, Volume 71, Issue 3, pp 711–723 | Cite as

Das Phänomen Trias

  • Rudolf Trümpy
Aufsätze

Zusammenfassung

Kurze Übersicht über paläogeographische, paläotektonische und paläoklimatologische Probleme der Trias, unter Ausklammerung des Germanischen Beckens; allgemeiner Rahmen zu den Referaten der Trias-Tagung 1982 in Würzburg.

Abstract

Short review of paleogeographic, paleotectonic and paleoclimatological problems of the Triassic system, outside of the Germanic Basin. General framework to the papers presented at the 1982 symposium on the Triassic.

Résumé

Brève vue d'ensemble des problèmes paléogéographiques, paléotectoniques et paléoclimatiques du Trias, en dehors du bassin germanique. Cadre général des communications présentées lors du symposium sur le Trias de 1982.

Краткое содержание

Дан краткий обзор отл ожений триаса и его палеогеографически х, палеотектонически х и палеоклиматически х проблем, за исключен ием Германского.

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Authors and Affiliations

  • Rudolf Trümpy
    • 1
  1. 1.ETH-ZentrumGeologisches Institut der ETHZürichSchweiz

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