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20 result(s) within Volume 116 of Swiss Journal of Geosciences

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  1. The Alpine orogeny is a consequence of the collision of Africa with Eurasia, which eliminated the Western Tethys Ocean. Processes similar to those that would have taken place early in that collision can today ...

    Authors: John Milsom
    Citation: Swiss Journal of Geosciences 2023 116:20
  2. We investigated the mechanisms leading to the formation of tunnel valleys in the Swiss foreland near Bern. We proceeded through producing 3D maps of the bedrock topography based on drillhole information and a ...

    Authors: Dimitri Bandou, Fritz Schlunegger, Edi Kissling, Urs Marti, Regina Reber and Jonathan Pfander
    Citation: Swiss Journal of Geosciences 2023 116:19
  3. This contribution analyses the structural architecture and tectono-metamorphic evolution of Briançonnais units in the southern French-Italian Western Alps. The studied area extends from a virtually non-metamor...

    Authors: Davide Dana, Salvatore Iaccarino, Stefan M. Schmid, Alessandro Petroccia and André Michard
    Citation: Swiss Journal of Geosciences 2023 116:18
  4. In northern Switzerland, Middle Muschelkalk evaporites (Zeglingen Formation) were deposited under arid conditions in the southernmost part of the epicontinental Central European Basin during times of reduced i...

    Authors: Johannes S. Pietsch, Andreas Wetzel, Gaudenz Deplazes and Marco Filipponi
    Citation: Swiss Journal of Geosciences 2023 116:16
  5. We report the first description of a ~ 15 km long NE-SW-striking transtensive fault network crosscutting the metamorphic units of the Ligurian Alps. The main fault zone, hereby named Horse Head Fault Zone, is up ...

    Authors: Ludovico Manna, Michele Perozzo, Niccolò Menegoni, Silvia Tamburelli, Laura Crispini, Laura Federico, Silvio Seno and Matteo Maino
    Citation: Swiss Journal of Geosciences 2023 116:15
  6. In the Gasht-Masuleh area in the Alborz Mountains, gabbroic magma intruded Palaeozoic metasediments and Mesozoic sediments and crystallised as isotropic and cumulate gabbros. LREE enrichment points to relative...

    Authors: Leila Rezaei, Martin J. Timmerman, Mohssen Moazzen, Uwe Altenberger, Jiří Sláma, Masafumi Sudo, Christina Günter, Franziska D. H. Wilke and Anja M. Schleicher
    Citation: Swiss Journal of Geosciences 2023 116:14
  7. The ~ 10 km2 strewn field of the Twannberg type IIG iron meteorite is located in the Swiss Jura Mountains, 30 km northwest of Bern. The strewn field has been mapped by a group of citizen scientists since 2006, yi...

    Authors: Beda A. Hofmann, Naki Akçar, Sönke Szidat, Pierre G. Valla, Marcus Christl and Christoph Vockenhuber
    Citation: Swiss Journal of Geosciences 2023 116:13
  8. The Deckenschotter is a fluvial to glaciofluvial gravel unit in northern Switzerland and southern Germany. The deposits are considered the oldest preserved glacial to interglacial Quaternary deposits in the no...

    Authors: Stephanie Scheidt, Marius W. Buechi, Ramon Egli, Andrea R. Biedermann and Gaudenz Deplazes
    Citation: Swiss Journal of Geosciences 2023 116:12
  9. The Tramelan-2 borehole (Canton Bern, Switzerland) continuously cored a 275.60 m sequence of Palaeogene to Neogene sediments, providing a rare opportunity for sedimentological analysis of the Jura Molasse. Lit...

    Authors: Nigel H. Platt and Albert Matter
    Citation: Swiss Journal of Geosciences 2023 116:11
  10. The balancing technique, called 2D kinematic forward modelling, is a powerful tool to understand the kinematic evolution of fold-and-thrust belts. This study presents a new 2D kinematic forward model for the w...

    Authors: Adeline Marro, Louis Hauvette, Sandra Borderie and Jon Mosar
    Citation: Swiss Journal of Geosciences 2023 116:10
  11. We here describe two isolated fossil teeth from the Early Miocene (MN 4) of Hüenerbach, Switzerland. The material is tentatively referred to Varanus, marking the first occurrence of this iconic lizard genus in th...

    Authors: Georgios L. Georgalis, Bastien Mennecart and Krister T. Smith
    Citation: Swiss Journal of Geosciences 2023 116:9
  12. The Middle-Jurassic Opalinus Clay is the foreseen host rock for radioactive waste disposal in central northern Switzerland. An extensive drilling campaign aiming to characterize the argillaceous formation resu...

    Authors: Ismay Vénice Akker, Raphael Schneeberger, Marco Herwegh, Nathan Looser, Lukas Aschwanden, Martin Mazurek, Kurt Decker, Andreas Ebert, Marcel Guillong, Stefano M. Bernasconi, Christoph Schrank, Michael W. M. Jones, Andrew Langendam and Herfried Madritsch
    Citation: Swiss Journal of Geosciences 2023 116:8
  13. The External Dinarides fold-thrust belt formed during Mid-Eocene–Oligocene times by SW-propagating thrusting from the Internal Dinarides towards the Adriatic foreland. Although previously considered as structu...

    Authors: Philipp Balling, Bruno Tomljenović, Marijan Herak and Kamil Ustaszewski
    Citation: Swiss Journal of Geosciences 2023 116:7
  14. Mudstone characterized by typical structures and mineral assemblages in the Tamusu Mudstone pre-selected area, in Inner Mongolia, Northwest China, has been selected as a potential host rock for China’s high-le...

    Authors: Long Xiang, Xiaodong Liu, Pinghui Liu, Chaocheng Dai and Meixia Jiang
    Citation: Swiss Journal of Geosciences 2023 116:6
  15. Iron is extremely insoluble in oxic seawater. The lack of a large aqueous reservoir means that sediments rich in authigenic iron are rare in the modern ocean. In the Middle Jurassic, however, condensed iron-ri...

    Authors: Stefan Schunck, Jörg Rickli, Stephan Wohlwend, Helmut Weissert and Derek Vance
    Citation: Swiss Journal of Geosciences 2023 116:4
  16. The sedimentary architecture of fan deltas, which commonly constitute reservoirs, is a primary control on distribution and recovery efficiency of oil and gas. Deep-water fan deltas have been extensively discus...

    Authors: Ke Zhang, Shenghe Wu, Hehua Wang, Zhongrong Mi, Jianhua Qu, Zhikun Wang and Haonan Wang
    Citation: Swiss Journal of Geosciences 2023 116:3
  17. The Schistes Lustrés form a large and complex unit at the top of the Penninic nappe stack of the Alpine belt. Calcschists, partly of Late Cretaceous age, constitute the dominant lithology. They are closely ass...

    Authors: Adrien Pantet, Jean-Luc Epard, Henri Masson, Claudia Baumgartner-Mora, Peter Oliver Baumgartner and Lukas Baumgartner
    Citation: Swiss Journal of Geosciences 2023 116:2
  18. The Schrattenkalk Formation represents a complete succession of Lower Cretaceous shallow-water carbonate platform series cropping out in the Alpstein massif of north-eastern Switzerland. The Schrattenkalk Form...

    Authors: Antoine Pictet, Karl Tschanz and Peter Kürsteiner
    Citation: Swiss Journal of Geosciences 2023 116:1

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