Jungpleistozäne Salztektonik im nördlichen Schleswig-Holstein

Wolfram Bock
A small basin, the laminated silty deposits of which are supposed to be of early late Pleistocene age, crosses the salt structure of Maasbüll and the fault zone of Sieverstedt in the northern part of Schleswig-Holstein, Germany. Upward movement of the silty deposits above the salt structure and downward movement above the fault zone make evident the relationship to salt movements with average rates of about 0,3 mm/year. Striking features of morphology are believed to...