spät- bis postvariszische Intrusiva des Schwarzwaldes

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Representation and status

Index
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CMYK Color
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RGB color
R: 225 G: 130 B: 110
Rank
lithostratigraphic Group
Validity
Unit is in Use
Status
informal term
SCS note
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SCS date
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Comment
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Nomenclature

German
spät- bis postvariszische Intrusiva des Schwarzwaldes
French
roches plutoniques tardi- à postvarisques de la Forêt Noire
Italian
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English
late to post-Variscan plutonic rocks of the Black Forest
Origin of the Name
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Historical Variants
Younger Variscan granites (Thury et al. 1994)
Nomenclatorial Remarks
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Synonyms

Synonyms
Non-synonyms
Possible confusion

Description

Description
Intrusiva, Granite
Geomorphology
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Thickness
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Components

Lithological content
  • plutonic rock (intrusive)
Mineral content
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Fossil content
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Hierarchy and succession

Units at roof
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Units at floor
Lateral equivalents
Upper boundary
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Lower boundary
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Stratigraphic discussion
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Age

Age at top
Late Carboniferous (= Pennsylvanian)
Note about top
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Age at base
Late Carboniferous (= Pennsylvanian)
Note about base
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Dating method
Ca. 321-307 Ma.

Geography

Geographical extent
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Type area
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Type locality
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Type profile
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Reference profiles
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Point of interest
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Paleogeography and tectonic

Paleogeography
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Kind of protolith
  • plutonic
Conditions of formation
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Sequence
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Tectonic Unit (resp. main category)
Black Forest
Metamorphism
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Metamorphic facies
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Note on metamorphism
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References

Definition
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Revision
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Important publications
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Material and varia

Applications
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  • Stockberg-Quarzporphyr Show details

    Origin of the Name

    Stockberg (Deutschland) im Münstertal, siehe LGRBwissen

    Rank
    lithostratigraphic Formation
    Status
    local name (informal)
    Valid name
    In Short
    Rhyolit in grabenartigen Senken.
    Age
    Early Carboniferous (= Mississipian) - Late Carboniferous (= Pennsylvanian)
    Thickness
    -
    Geographical extent
    Südrand des Schwarzwaldes, insb. im Münstertal.
    Type area
    -
    Comment
    -
  • Schafisheim-Syenit Show details

    Origin of the Name

    Tiefbohrung Schafisheim (AG)

    Rank
    lithostratigraphic Formation
    Status
    local name (informal)
    Valid name
    In Short
    K-reicher Granit (I-Typ) und assoziierte basische Gesteine (Diorit, Monzonit, Syenit).
    Age
    Late Carboniferous (= Pennsylvanian) - Late Carboniferous (= Pennsylvanian)
    Thickness
    -
    Geographical extent
    -
    Type area
    -
    Comment
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  • Pfaffnau-Granit Show details

    Origin of the Name

    Tiefbohrung Pfaffnau (LU)

    Rank
    lithostratigraphic Formation
    Status
    local name (informal)
    Valid name
    In Short
    Fein- bis mittelkörniger, K-reicher Biotitgranit (I-Typ) und assoziierte basische Gesteine (Diorit, Monzonit, Syenit). Die Gesteine sind kataklastisch deformiert und hydrothermal sehr stark umgewandelt (rostrote Hämatit-Imprägnation).
    Age
    Late Carboniferous (= Pennsylvanian) - Late Carboniferous (= Pennsylvanian)
    Thickness
    -
    Geographical extent
    -
    Type area
    -
    Comment
    -
  • Bärhalde-Granit Show details

    Origin of the Name

    Bärhalde (Deutschland)

    Rank
    lithostratigraphic Formation
    Status
    informal term
    Valid name
    In Short
    Vorwiegend grobkörniger, rötlicher leukokrater Zweiglimmergranit des SE-Schwarzwaldes (hochdifferenziert, nördlich des St.Blasien-Granits intrudiert), mit aplitgranitischen-pegmatoiden Schlieren und Drusen.
    Age
    Early Carboniferous (= Mississipian) - Early Carboniferous (= Mississipian)
    Thickness
    -
    Geographical extent
    Plattenförmige Intrusion im Südschwarzwald.
    Type area
    -
    Comment
    -
  • Schluchsee-Granit Show details

    Origin of the Name

    Schluchsee (Deutschland)

    Rank
    lithostratigraphic Formation
    Status
    informal term
    Valid name
    In Short
    Mittel- bis grobkörniger, hellgrauer Muskowit-Biotitgranit des SE-Schwarzwaldes (hochdifferenziert, nördlich des St.Blasien-Granits intrudiert).
    Age
    Late Carboniferous (= Pennsylvanian) - Late Carboniferous (= Pennsylvanian)
    Thickness
    -
    Geographical extent
    Plattenförmige Intrusion im Südschwarzwaldes.
    Type area
    -
    Comment
    -
  • Säckingen-Granit Show details

    Origin of the Name

    Bad Säckingen (Deutschland)

    Rank
    lithostratigraphic Formation
    Status
    informal term
    Valid name
    In Short
    Fein- bis mittelkörniger, hellrötlicher Aplitgranit, Andalusit- , Muskowit- und Bioti-führend. Hochdifferenziert und deutlich peraluminös.
    Age
    Late Carboniferous (= Pennsylvanian) - Late Carboniferous (= Pennsylvanian)
    Thickness
    -
    Geographical extent
    Südrand des Schwarzwaldmassivs (Nordschweiz und Süddeutschland).
    Type area
    -
    Comment
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  • Zurzach-Granit Show details

    Origin of the Name

    Tiefbohrung Bad Zurzach (AG)

    Rank
    lithostratigraphic Formation
    Status
    local name (informal)
    Valid name
    In Short
    Hochdifferenzierter Andalusit- und Cordierit-führender Zweiglimmergranit der Nordschweiz.
    Age
    Late Carboniferous (= Pennsylvanian) - Late Carboniferous (= Pennsylvanian)
    Thickness
    -
    Geographical extent
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    Type area
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    Comment
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  • Siblingen-Granit Show details

    Origin of the Name

    Tiefbohrung Siblingen (SH)

    Rank
    lithostratigraphic Formation
    Status
    local name (informal)
    Valid name
    In Short
    Hochdifferenzierter Andalusit- und Cordierit-führender Zweiglimmergranit der Nordschweiz.
    Age
    Late Carboniferous (= Pennsylvanian) - Late Carboniferous (= Pennsylvanian)
    Thickness
    -
    Geographical extent
    -
    Type area
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    Comment
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