Fabian KäsbohrerGeorg-August-Universität Göttingen | GAUG · Department of Applied Geology
Master of Science
Sedimentologist | Reservoir Geologist
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Citations since 2017
4 Research Items
Fabian Käsbohrer focuses on Triassic deposits of the Lower Buntsandstein and Lower Muschelkalk Subgroups in outcrops and subsurface from Germany.
berwiegend rot-braun-beige Farben kenn-zeichnen die Gesteine des Buntsandsteins in vielen Regionen Deutschlands. Sie prägen das Landschaftsbild, wie die "Lange Anna" auf Hel-goland oder den "Teufelstisch" im Pfälzer Wald. In den Aufschlüssen und Steinbrüchen Mittel-deutschlands sind in diese rote Sandsteinfolge vielerorts markante und scharf abgegr...
We present a geological field guidebook where important and actual outcrops of the Lower Buntsandstein (Lower Triassic) in Central Germany are documented. It is mainly written for geoscientists interested in sedimentary geology. The field guide documents the sedimentary succession of the Lower Buntsandstein Subgroup (Calvörde and Bernburg formation...
We propose a new facies classification scheme of the cyclic lacustrine carbonates of the Bernburg Formation (Lower Triassic, Induan), with a major focus on the microbial biota and grains. Our data are based on a detailed bed-by-bed outcrop study in Central Germany, within a robust (litho)stratigraphic framework. We concentrate on two intervals of t...
Abstract: A petrographic study is carried out on mixed siliciclastic carbonates of cycles 3 and 4 of the Calvörde Formation (Lower Buntsandstein subgroup) of two sections: outcrop Thale (railway cut) and core Remlingen 5, both in Central Germany (approx. 50 km lateral distance). They are mainly composed of clay-and siltstones with intercalated ooli...