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By P. Giese, C. Prodehl, A. Stein (auth.), Prof. Dr. Peter Giese, Dr. Claus Prodehl, Dr. Albert Stein (eds.)

The choice of crustal constitution via explo­ sion seismology has been one of many significant ambitions of the ecu Seismological fee (ESC) over the last twenty-five years. It was once determined it slow in the past to put up the result of local crustal investigations in Europe in a chain of monographs. This e-book entitled "Ex­ plosion Seismology in important Europe - facts and effects" is quantity 1 in a series of guides facing the crustal constitution in Europe. the eu seismologists are indebted to the German Geo­ actual Society (Deutsche Geophysikalische Gesellschaft) for taking the initiative to submit this publication. thank you are because of the German study Society (Deutsche Forschungs­ gemeinschaft) for offering beneficiant monetary help of the sphere measurements and knowledge assessment. it's was hoping that this book will stimulate a continuation of in­ vestigations of the earth's lithosphere as a way to eluci­ date the main points that are nonetheless now not absolutely understood.

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In the Flysch Zone we find sediments from the Lower Cretaceous into the Eocene, rising up to more than 2000 m. The typical flysch facies appears towards the end of the Lower Cretaceous, simultaneously with the most important folding period of the Eastern Alps (Austrian Phase according to STILLE). Wide folds which originated at the end of the Paleogene are the typical tectonic structures of the Flysch Zone. An internal nap structure is believed to exist only near the western border of Bavaria and in West Austria.

It must, however, be emphasized that the "measured curve" is taken from the trend surface and that, at its maximum anomaly value, it only reached about half the maximum anomaly value which was measured there. In summary, it can be stated that the geothermal data within the range of the Rhine Graben anomaly are not in contradiction with the seismic data. By geothermal methods both a granitic "anomalous body" and a low velocity channel can be found there. 5 Compressional and Shear Wave Velocities as a Function of Temperature in Rocks at High Pressurel K.

G. SCHMUCKER, 1970). The conductivity does not increase very much down to about 400 km depth. An upper limit for the conductivity down to 400 km is 8 • 10- 2 /nm after BANKS (1969). By a temperature calculation based on results for olivines with approximate 10% fayalite content one gets about 800 0 C for 100 km depth (Fig. 1). The upper limit down to 400 km depth lies between 900 0 C and 1000o C. The corresponding (average) values for eclogites, peridotites, gabbros, or basalts are 850 0 C and 11000 C (Fig.

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