Look at the work of K. Lemcke from the 60's and 70's. He describes and
presents subsidence analyses on many boreholes from the Swiss moslaase
basin and Jura. These papers are in German though.
Anna Sommaruga did her PhD with Martin Burkard in 1997 on the structure
ans stratigraphy of the Central Jura and Molasse basin. She could help
you. You can get her thesis online. I think she is in Norway now.
Jean Pierre Berger of Fribourg university, switzerland knows the region
very well also and could probably help you.
Le 06/01/2014 22:24, Mark Fischer a écrit :
> Hello and Happy New Year!
> I would appreciate it if anyone out there could point me toward
> information constraining the burial history of the Jura Mountains. I
> have completed what I consider to be fairly comprehensive searches using
> all the standard search engines here in the U.S. (e.g., GeoRef, Google
> Scholar, Web of Science), and have so far found nothing substantive.
> If there aren’t any burial history curves out there, then I’d be happy
> to find something that constrains temperatures or maximum burial depths
> of, for example, the classic carbonates of the region. Vitrinite?
> Fluid inclusion homogenization temps from tectonic veins?
> Thanks in advance to anyone who can help.
> Professor Mark P. Fischer, Ph.D.
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