Diagenesis and fluid mobilisation during the evolution of the North German Basin; evidence from fluid inclusion and sulphur isotope analysis; Origin, characterization and significance of fluids in sedimentary basins

  • Schmidt Mumm A
  • Wolfgramm M
  • Anonymous
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Abstract

Samples of diagenetic and hydrothermal minerals from drillcores along the DEKORP 9601 seismic traverse in the North German Basin were investigated for their fluid inclusion and sulphur isotope composition to reconstruct the thermal and chemical evolution of fluid systems during basin evolution. The stages of basin subsidence and subsequent inversion are marked by fluid systems of distinct composition. The basinwide Zechstein evaporite units formed an aquiclude, disconnecting convecting fluids in the underlying Rotliegend volcanics from the overlying units. delta (super 34) S ratios of sulphides suggest a sedimentary sulphur source. delta (super 34) S ratios of diagenetic and hydrothermal sulphates indicate that sulphur was derived partly from Rotliegend volcanic units and partly from the evaporitic Zechstein.

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Schmidt Mumm, A., Wolfgramm, M., & Anonymous. (2002). Diagenesis and fluid mobilisation during the evolution of the North German Basin; evidence from fluid inclusion and sulphur isotope analysis; Origin, characterization and significance of fluids in sedimentary basins. Marine and Petroleum Geology, 19(3), 229–246.

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