Muschelkalk


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Musch´el`kalk`


n.1.(Geol.) A kind of shell limestone, whose strata form the middle one of the three divisions of the Triassic formation in Germany. See Chart, under Geology.
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Nature and scope of services: Natural stone = wall cladding made of muschelkalk, d = approx.
This study presents data from the Muschelkalk in the SE of Spain, in the Alpera-Montealegre del Castillo region (Fig.
Microconchids of the species Microconchus valvatus (Munster in Goldfuss, 1831) from the Upper Muschelkalk (Middle Triassic) of Germany.
The Lower Muschelkalk (Gorazdze, Terebratula and Karchowice Beds) carbonate rocks include so-called ore-bearing dolomites.
Rocks in the Triassic Germanic Basin have been conventionally divided into three typical series: Bunter, Muschelkalk and Keuper; but only in the latest two of these series anhydritic-gypsiferous claystones occur systematically.
La mayor parte del silex procede del Muschelkalk inferior, niveles que podemos reseguir a lo largo de toda la Cordillera Prelitoral catalana, desde el norte de la provincia de Barcelona hasta el sur de la provincia de Tarragona.
These soils are developed on Muschelkalk materials of clayey-sandy marl of a conglomerate nature.
Fracture wall: - construction of the wall of the walled stone, 65 cm thick, of existing limestone, 60 m 2; - allowance for the use of trimmed lime mortar, 60 m 2; - Delivery Supplementary material Muschelkalk, 20 t; - natural stone cutouts, 0,025-0,050 m 2 allowance, 325 St.
The Iberian-type is characterized by the presence of a single carbonate bar in the Muschelkalk Facies, and more specifically corresponding to the upper Muschelkalk Facies or M3 in the Catalanides (Virgili, 1958).
Manufacture, delivery and installation of natural stone coverings with baseboards Kirchheimer Muschelkalk in mortar on cement screeds and heated screeds and concrete staircases .