Zsolt Schléder


PhD student

Office location:   Room 111
Telephone:   +49 241 80-95416
Email:   z.schleder@ged.rwth-aachen.de

Born Jan. 1st 1977, Sárbogárd, Hungary

2002-recent: PhD at Geologie-Endogene Dynamik, RWTH Aachen

1995-2001: Eötvös Loránd University, Budapest (Hungary)


PhD Thesis

Publications

Master Thesis


PhD-thesis: Deformation and transport processes in halite: a microtectonics study

Abstract

The aim of this research project is to derive information on the deformation history, mechanical properties, paleostress, recrystallization, and fluid transport of salt from the Central-European Basin. The halite samples are studied by integrating the novel techniques of (i) transmitted light microscopy of gamma-decorated thin sections, (ii) subgrain size paleopiezometry of polished and chemically etched samples using reflected light microscopy, (iii) analysis of grain boundary structure and microchemistry by SEM and microprobe, and (iv) X-ray orientation imaging using an X-ray diffractometer. During the first part of the project we validate the method with a detailed study of well-documented underground structures in The Netherlands (solution mining site at Hengelo), Germany (Neuhof salt mine) and Poland (Klodawa salt mine). Parallel with this we apply the analytical methods to salt samples from drill cores from the Central-European Basin. During the continuation of the project the main aim is to provide a quantitative model of the mechanical properties and transport processes in evaporites of the Cental European Basin. The results of the first project part will be used in the numerical simulation program ELLE. With this numerical model we will be able to simulate microstructural and textural evolution in halite and use this to model microstructure evolution in an evolving salt diapir.


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Publications

Schleder, Z., Urai, J.L., Kirch, D., Talbot, C. and Hunsche, U., 2005. Deformation mechanisms in naturally deformaed extrusive salt from Iran, 15th Conference on Deformation mechanisms, Rheology and Tectonics, 2-4.05.2005, ETH Zürich, Zürich, Switzerland, pp. 186. Talk

Schleder, Z.
, Urai, J.L. in press. Microstructural evolution of deformation-modified primary Halite from Hengelo, the Netherlands. (International Journal of Earth Sciences)


Schleder, Z.
and Urai, J.L., 2004. Deformation mechanism and rheology of Halite,
3. Rundgespraech DFG-Schwerpunktprogramm, Geseke, Germany. Talk

Schleder, Z., Burliga, S. and Urai, J.L., 2004. Highly deformed rock salt from the Klodawa salt wall (Central Poland), GeoLeipzig, 29 Sept.- 1 Okt. Leipzig, Germany. Schriftenreihe der Deutschen Geologischen Gesellschaft, Heft 34, P. 60. Talk


Schleder, Z., Burliga, S. and Urai, J.L., 2004. Microstructures of Halite from highly strained rocks in Klodawa salt wall, central Poland, EGU - 1st General Assembly, 25-30 April Nice, France. P. 238. Abstract


Schleder, Z. and Urai, J.L., 2004. Microstructural study on slightly deformed Röt salt samples from Hengelo, the Netherlands, 10. Symposium Tektonik - Strukturgeologie - Kristallingeologie TSK, Aachen, Germany. Abstract


Schleder, Z. and Urai, J.L., 2003. Microtectonic study on Halite samples from Central-European Basin, SPP 1135 Dynamics of sedimentary systems under varying stress conditions by example of the Central European Basin System - 2nd DFG Rundgespräch. Terra Nostra, Bonn, Germany, pp. 77-80.


Schleder, Z. and Urai, J.L., 2003. Deformation and transport processes in halite. First results and outlook for further work, SPP 1135 Workshop: Temperaturentwicklung, KW-Systeme, Fluide und Salze, Hannover, Germany.


Urai, J.L. and Schleder, Z., 2002. Deformation and transport processes in halite: a microtectonics study - project overview, 1. Rundgespräch des DFG-Schwerpunktprogramms "Dynamik sedimentärer Systeme unter wechselnden Spannungsregimen am Beispiel des zentraleuropäischen Beckensystems, Schloss Eringerfeld, Geseke, Germany.


Biró, K., Szakmány, G. and Schleder, Z., 2001. Neolithic Phonolite mine and worshop complex in Hungary, 4th Workshop Meeting of the IGCP/UNESCO project No. 442., Genova, Italy.


Schleder, Z., 2001. Petrological and geochemical study on Micene volcanic rocks in core samples from Pásztori (Little Hungarian Plain, NW Hungary). (in hungarian with english abstract). Unpublished MSc Thesis, Eötvös Loránd University, Budapest, 116 pp. Abstract

Schleder, Z. and Harangi, S., 2000. A buried Miocene alkali basalt to trachyte succession at the Little Hungarian Plain (NW Hungary): a petrogenetic study, PANCARDI Conference. Vijesti Hrvatskoga geoloskog drustva, Dubrovnik, Croatia, pp. 112. Abstract


Biró, K., Dobosi, V. and Schleder, Z., 2000. LITOTHECA II. - The Comparative Raw Material Collection of the Hungarian National Museum, Catalogue Vol. II. Hungarian National Museum, Budapest.

Schleder, Z. and Harangi, S., 2000. A buried alkaline trachyte Late miocene volcano at the axis of Little Hungarian Plain, NW Hungary, Minerals of the Carpathians International Conference. Acta Miner. Petr., Miskolc, Hungary.


Schleder, Z., 1999. Petrological studies of Neolithic stone tools from Zengovárkony, Young Scientist's Conference, Siófok, Hungary.


Schleder, Z. and Biró, K., 1999. Additional informations to the knowledge of the prehistoric raw materials of Mecsek Mts., Geoarchaeological Conference, Budapest, Hungary.


Schleder, Z., Nikl, A., Biró, K. and Szakmány, G., 1999. Cretaceous volcanic rocks as raw material for polished stone imlements in Hungary, Lengyel '99 conference and IGCP-442 2nd Workshop Meeting, Veszprém, Hungary.


Schleder, Z. and Biró, K., 1999. Petroarchaeological studies on polished stone artefacts from Baranya county, Hungary I. Annal. Museum Janus Pannonius, 43: 75-101.

Schleder, Z., Biró, K. and Szakmány, G., 1998. Petrographical Studies of Neolithic stone tools, 31st International Symposium on Archaeometry, Budapest, Hungary, pp. 123-124.


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