Depth geological relations of the wider area of Belgrade - based on the wells and geophysical data

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Marinović Đorđe

The subject work covers the Belgrade wider area with a total area of about 2,000 km2. The authors integrated the principal geological and geophysical data provided by surface works and multidisciplinary elements from the fifty-two wells with depths between 33 and 2,733 m. Explicit paleontological findings of specialized analytists with determinations of macro- and microfauna and flora are presented both from Neogene formations and the older basinal floor. In addition to conventional petrological descriptions of rocks, microscopic determinations of intrusive and extrusive magmatites were also cited. From the enclosed basin space, the mineralization of deep aquifers is also correlative positioned. From the geophysical data for wells deeper than 400 m, records of well logging measurements were used, with markers based on which valid stratigraphic delimitations were made. Seismic survey sections were the basis for spatial shaping of Neogene sedimentation and basin floor configuration. For in-depth geological interpretations, published and repository gravimetric and geomagnetic maps of different sizes and years were consulted. The authors focused primarily on factometric indicators without entering into variable and debatable theoretical schematizations, especially orogenically complex of subbasin tectonics, in dissonant relations with the younger disjunctive shaped configuration which is visually shown in the reference cross-sections both vertically and laterally

Цитирање: Marinović Đorđe and Rundić Ljupko, “Depth geological relations of the wider area of Belgrade - based on the wells and geophysical data ” у Geološki anali Balkanskoga poluostrva(December, 2020).

Type

en Original Scientific Paper

Creator

sr Marinović Đorđe
sr Rundić Ljupko

Abstract

en The subject work covers the Belgrade wider area with a total area of about 2,000 km2. The authors integrated the principal geological and geophysical data provided by surface works and multidisciplinary elements from the fifty-two wells with depths between 33 and 2,733 m. Explicit paleontological findings of specialized analytists with determinations of macro- and microfauna and flora are presented both from Neogene formations and the older basinal floor. In addition to conventional petrological descriptions of rocks, microscopic determinations of intrusive and extrusive magmatites were also cited. From the enclosed basin space, the mineralization of deep aquifers is also correlative positioned. From the geophysical data for wells deeper than 400 m, records of well logging measurements were used, with markers based on which valid stratigraphic delimitations were made. Seismic survey sections were the basis for spatial shaping of Neogene sedimentation and basin floor configuration. For in-depth geological interpretations, published and repository gravimetric and geomagnetic maps of different sizes and years were consulted. The authors focused primarily on factometric indicators without entering into variable and debatable theoretical schematizations, especially orogenically complex of subbasin tectonics, in dissonant relations with the younger disjunctive shaped configuration which is visually shown in the reference cross-sections both vertically and laterally

Subject

en Stratigraphic elements
en Neogene
en Depth delimitations
en Geophysical indicators
en Structural-Paleogeographic interpretation.

Source

rs Geološki anali Balkanskoga poluostrva

Publisher

en University of Belgrade, Faculty of Mining and Geology, Department of Regional Geology and Department of Palaeontology

editor

rs Đerić Nevenka

Date

2020

Date Issued

en December, 2020

volume

81

number

2

page start

1

page end

32

Identifier

en https://doi.org/10.2298/GABP201030009M

Language

en English

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