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Gaertner et al. (1968), numerous authors in Hoppe and Seidel~s "Geologie von Thüringen" (1974), and (for the Carboniferous) by Gandl and Mansourian (1978). We only recall here , for geotectonic considerations, the main features (see Fig. 6). ). The same trend is observable during the Devonian. The Thuringian Devonian, with shales and limestones and basaltic volcanic rocks has a pronounced pelagic character. Local lenses of reef limestones on volcanic mounds serve to demonstrate, however, that the depth of the basin was only moderate.
The same trend is observable during the Devonian. The Thuringian Devonian, with shales and limestones and basaltic volcanic rocks has a pronounced pelagic character. Local lenses of reef limestones on volcanic mounds serve to demonstrate, however, that the depth of the basin was only moderate. The Thuringian Devonian is nearly identical to that of the Lahn and Dill Synclines in the Fhenohercynian Zone. One difference lies in the occurrence of basaltic volcanism:in the Saxothuringian Zone, it has a sharp peak during the Frasnian.
Fig. 8: ~iagraM~atic cross-sections through the Saxothuringian zone, showing alternative arrangements of the main teetono-stratigraphie units. a) Münchberg Massif shown as an autochthonous teetonic high, surrounded by Eavarian Facies sediments. b) Suggested original arrangement, after "un-telescoping" of the r1ünchberg pile of nappes. teetonic klippen, and that their original volume might have been considerably greater. If one regards the pattern of outcrop of Frasnian and Famennian greywaekes (see Fig.