Articles | Volume 58
https://doi.org/10.5194/adgeo-58-121-2023
https://doi.org/10.5194/adgeo-58-121-2023
19 Jan 2023
 | 19 Jan 2023

Spatial distribution of Mesozoic deposits and their temperature ranges within the Weser-Wiehengebirge Syncline of the inverted Lower Saxony Basin, Minden area, Germany

Alexander Jüstel, Olga Knaub, Frank Strozyk, Gregor Bussmann, Florian Wellmann, and Peter Kukla

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This study evaluates the structural geological requirements for the city of Minden, Germany, in order to provide thermal energy for domestic, commercial or even industrial usage. The structural geological modeling and the interpretation of a regional seismic line show possible geothermal reservoirs within different Mesozoic stratigraphic units (e.g. Keuper and Middle Bunter sandstones) at varying depths up to 4,100 m including temperatures obtained through analytical calculations above 150°C.