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Geologische Rundschau

, Volume 56, Issue 1, pp 171–185 | Cite as

Riffentwicklung im oberostalpinen Malm

  • Alois Fenninger
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Zusammenfassung

Die Plassenkalke s. 1. des oberostalpinen Malm stellen von echten Riffen weitgehend unabhängige Flachwasserbänke entsprechend der Bahama-Bank dar. Ihr mikrofazieller Charakter wird vor allem an der Ausbildung der Plassen- und Tressensteinkalke der Typuslokalitäten erläutert.

Abstract

The Plassen limestones s. 1. of the upper-eastalpine Malm represent banks deposited in shallow water, independent of genuine reefs, and are similar to the Bahama Bank. Their microfacial character will be explained by examining the structure of the Plassen and Tressenstein limestones of the type localities.

Résumé

Les calcaires du Plassen s. 1. du Malm du « Oberostalpin» représentent des bancs d'eau peu profonde pareils à la « Bahama Bank». Ils sont largement indépendants de vrais récifs. Leur aspect microfaciel s'explique surtout à l'exemple des calcaires du Plassen et du Tressenstein des localités de type.

Краткое содержание

Сравниваются между с обой известняки альп ийского Мальма (Plassenkalk) и позднейшее образов ание банки Bahama. Дискутир уется образование и происхождение изве стняков Plassen und Tressenstein.

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Authors and Affiliations

  • Alois Fenninger
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  1. 1.Lehrkanzel f. Paläontologie u. Historische Geologie der Universität GrazGrazÖsterreich

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