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Zeitschrift der Deutschen Gesellschaft für Geowissenschaften (ZDGG) is an international peer reviewed journal that accepts papers on research and applied topics in the Earth Sciences. It is published online and in print. One volume, consisting of four issues is published annually. The journal is continously published by the German Geological Society since its foundation in 1848. It was relaunched in 2005.

ZDGG invites the submission of English, German and French language papers from all fields of geology, hydrogeology, paleontology, tectonics, sedimentology, engineering geology and of course environmental geology to name a few. The editors of ZDGG also invite suggestions for thematic issues.

Publisher: E. Schweizerbart'sche Verlagsbuchhandlung

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Volume 165, Number 3, September 2014

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Eugen Seibold (1918–2013), pioneer of marine geology
pp. 315-318(4)
Author: Berger, Wolfgang H.

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Methods to analyse fracture orientation patterns in a Lower Carboniferous carbonate reservoir analogue in the Voreifel, Germany
pp. 319-330(12)
Authors: Becker, Stephan; Nguyen, Hieu T.; Nollet, Sofie; Fernandez-Steeger, Tomas M.; Laux, Dennis; Hilgers, Christoph

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Influence of depositional environment and diagenesis on petrophysical properties of clastic sediments (Buntsandstein of the Thuringian Syncline, Central Germany)
pp. 345-365(21)
Authors: Beyer, Daniel; Kunkel, Cindy; Aehnelt, Michaela; Pudlo, Dieter; Voigt, Thomas; Nover, Georg; Gaupp, Reinhard

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The Saxothuringian-Rhenohercynian boundary underneath the Vogelsberg volcanic field: evidence from basement xenoliths and U-Pb zircon data of trachyte
pp. 373-394(22)
Authors: Martha, Silviu O.; Zulauf, Gernold; Dörr, Wolfgang; Nesbor, Heinz-Dieter; Petschick, Rainer; Prinz-Grimm, Peter; Gerdes, Axel

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Pleistocene climatic and environmental variations inferred from a terrestrial sediment record – the Rodderberg Volcanic Complex near Bonn, Germany
pp. 407-424(18)
Authors: Zolitschka, Bernd; Rolf, Christian; Bittmann, Felix; Binot, Franz; Frechen, Manfred; Wonik, Thomas; Froitzheim, Nikolaus; Ohlendorf, Christian

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Geothermal reservoir characteristics of Meso- and Cenozoic sedimentary rocks of Budapest (Hungary)
pp. 487-493(7)
Authors: Götz, Annette E.; Török, Ákos; Sass, Ingo

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