Geological interpretation of a seismic reflection profile in the eastern part of the Bohemian Cretaceous Basin
A seismic reflection profile was realized in the eastern part of the Bohemian Cretaceous Basin in the years 2013-2015. Seismic research was supported by a detailed gravity and geoelectric survey. The profile crossed three significant hydrogeological structures or districts: Vysoké Mýto, Ústí and Kyšperk synclines. Interpretation of geophysical data enabled a determination of the Cretaceous sediments with a thickness of up to 250 m and Permian sediments even with a thickness of 2000 m. The seismic reflectors and gravity effect, together with the boreholes and geological mapping, were used to compile the uncovered geological map.
IF (WoS, 2022): 1.4
5 YEAR IF (WoS, 2022): 1.8
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