Werra


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Wer·ra

 (vĕr′ə)
A river rising in central Germany and flowing about 290 km (180 mi) generally northward to join the Fulda River and form the Weser.
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Traditionally four carbonate/claystone-evaporite cycles have been described in Germany, known as the Werra (Z1), Stassfurt (Z2), Leine (Z3), and Aller (Z4) Series.
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Other task force members include two Deutsche Marine (German Navy) warships, the 'Brandenburg' class frigate Schleswig-Holstein and the 'Elbe' class underway replenishment ship Werra. Other assets include an Aeronavale (French Naval Aviation) Maritime Patrol Aircraft (MPA) in the shape of a Dassault Aviation Falcon-50M which joined operations on 3 July.