Stratigraphic Grid of the Hessian Mid-German Crystalline High
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Large scaled geothermal potential assessments often require geological 3D-structural models of the area of interest. For assessing petrothermal potentials of the Hessian basement, a regional scaled geological 3D-structural model of the hessian Mid German Crystalline High (Weinert et al. 2022) was created within the scope of the project Hessen 3D 2.0 (Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Energy; funding number:0325944A). The spatial confinement is defined by the scope of Hessen 3D 2.0, and therefore, the lateral extension of the basement model is constrained within the (simplified) boarder of federal state of Hesse. Vertical constraints are set to 400 m b.g.l. and a maximum model depth of 6,000 m below sea level. Based on the geological 3D-strucutral model (Weinert et al. 2022), which was created in the software package SKUA-GOCAD, a stratigraphic grid (SGrid) was derived. In total, the SGrid contains 8 modeling units comprising (I) Frankenstein complex, (II) Flasergranitoid zone, (III) Weschnitz pluton, (IV) Tromm pluton, (V) Heidelberg granites, (VI) granites and granodiorites, (VII) diorites and gabbros and (VIII) metamorphic rocks. Data in the repository is provided as GOCAD-SKUA stratigraphic grid in .sg-file format. The provided SGrid is not parameterized.
DFG subject classification314-01 Geologie, Ingenieurgeologie, Paläontologie
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