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Open Access 3D-Modell geothermischer Nutzhorizonte Nordostdeutschlands in GeotIS

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Kurzfassung: Wir stellen ein 3D-Strukturmodell für den östlichen Teil des Norddeutschen Beckens vor. Die modellierten lithostratigraphischen Horizonte umfassen die wichtigsten mesozoischen Sandstein-Aquifere mit geothermischem Potenzial. Dieses 3D-Modell basiert auf Bohrungsdaten und Karten, die relevante Informationen zu Tiefenlage und Verbreitung enthalten, die aus 2D-Seismikmessungen gewonnen wurden. Dieses Modell wurde mit dem Programm Gocad ® erstellt und mit einem 3D-Untergrundtemperaturmodell verschnitten. Als Bestandteil des öffentlich zugänglichen, webbasierten geothermischen Informationssystems GeotIS, das vom Leibniz-Institut für Angewandte Geophysik betrieben wird, ist es eine wichtige Informationsgrundlage für die Planung neuer Geothermieprojekte.

Abstract: We present a structural 3D model of the eastern part of the North German Basin. The modelled lithostratigraphic horizons include the most important Mesozoic sandstone aquifers with geothermal potential. This 3D model is based on well data and maps, which contain relevant information about depth level and occurrence derived from numerous 2D seismic surveys. It has been setup and blended with a 3D subsurface temperature model using the Gocad ® software. It is part of the public web-based geothermal information system GeotIS which is run by the Leibniz Institute for Applied Geophysics and provides useful information and data for geothermal project planning.

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Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: September 1, 2018

This article was made available online on May 14, 2018 as a Fast Track article with title: "3D-Modell geothermischer Nutzhorizonte Nordostdeutschlands in GeotIS".

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