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Here the folded Variscan dips below the Mesozoic and Cenozoic fill of a great north-south structure, the Hessian Trough (Hessische Senke). The recent geological appearance shows that the border is not homogeneous. At many places it is an erosional line, at others faults are to be found. It is sure that at least in the northern part of the Hessian Trough the strongest subsidence of the Variscan basement is located many kilometers east of the current western border of the trough. The complicated geological pattern of this Trough was generated by different processes in the geological history of this structure (Murawski, 1960).
A. , I ' - --"-::::<... - - - . _ -= -~ -- -- ~ - / - -- - ~~- ,I 35 -= / / Fig. 6. Cross-section through the region on both sides of the Hunsruck-SudrandStorung with two hypocentres of earthquakes . 71, Fig . 5). Lines main reflectors of deep reflection seismic investigations. M Moho (=Crust/Mantle boundary); C Conrad discontinuity (=boundary Lower/Upper Crust); Hatched probable trace of thefuult zone; The velocity/depth diagram on the left after Meissner et al. (1974). ); ru Lower Rotliegendes;-ro Upper Rotliegendes (Rotliegendes= Lower Permian).
Plateau Uplift: The Rhenish Shield — A Case History by J. H. Illies, K. Fuchs (auth.), Professor Dr. Karl Fuchs, Professor Dr. Kurt von Gehlen, Professor Dr. Hermann Mälzer, Professor Dr. Hans Murawski, Professor Dr. Arno Semmel (eds.)