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Staufen im Breisgau (High Alemannic: Staufe im Brisgau) is a German town in the Breisgau-Hochschwarzwald district of Baden-Württemberg. It had a population of approximately 8,300 in 2019.

Staufen im Breisgau
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Location of Staufen im Breisgau within Breisgau-Hochschwarzwald district
Staufen im Breisgau
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Coordinates:47°52′53″N7°43′53″E /47.88139°N 7.73139°E /47.88139; 7.73139Coordinates: 47°52′53″N7°43′53″E /47.88139°N 7.73139°E /47.88139; 7.73139
CountryGermany
StateBaden-Württemberg
Admin. regionFreiburg
DistrictBreisgau-Hochschwarzwald
Subdivisions3
Government
Mayor(2017–2025)Michael Benitz
Area
• Total23.26 km2 (8.98 sq mi)
Elevation
284 m (932 ft)
Population
(2020-12-31)
• Total8,182
• Density350/km2 (910/sq mi)
Time zoneUTC+01:00 (CET)
• Summer (DST)UTC+02:00 (CEST)
Postal codes
79219
Dialling codes07633
Vehicle registrationFR
Websitewww.staufen.de

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The city of Staufen im Breisgau lies in the Land district of Breisgau-Hochschwarzwald (Breisgau-Upper Black Forest) in the German State of Baden-Württemberg. The City of Staufen has approximately 7,700 inhabitants and forms, together with the community of Münstertal, Black Forest, a community administrative unit.[citation needed]

It is noted in history and culture for its association with Dr Faustus who, according to one source, died in or near Staufen around 1540.

Staufen lies at the foot of the Black Forest at the exit from the Münstertal. The Black Forest valley of Neumagen goes here directly over into the Rhine plain. The piedmont of the Black Forest is less distinct. North of the valley exit, the steeply rising old castle ruins dominates; to the southwest begins the hilly landscape of the Markgräflerland. Staufen lies on the border between two natural and economic areas: the Rhine plain up to the piedmont with its cultivation of grain, vineyards and vegetables; and the Black Forest, with its cattle and wood, and, until the 19th century, silver mines.[citation needed]

Cracks at the historic Town Hall due to damage from geothermal drilling. To the left, a piece of fake tape reading Staufen darf nicht zerbrechen! (Staufen must not fall apart!), protesting the damage.

Since 2008, the centre of the city has reported to have risen some 12 centimetres (4.7 in), after initially sinking a few millimeters. This has caused considerable damage to buildings in the city centre, including the historical town hall.

The cause for this geological change has been identified as a drilling operation conducted in the summer and autumn of 2007 to provide geothermal heating to the city hall. The drilling perforated an anhydrite layer and caused high-pressure groundwater to come into contact with the anhydrite, which then began to expand.

By 2010, some sections of town had risen by 30 centimetres (12 in). In July 2013, no end to the rising process was in sight.

Data from the TerraSAR-X radar satellite before and after the changes have confirmed the localised nature of the situation. "A geochemical process called anhydrite swelling has been confirmed as the cause of these uplifts. This is a transformation of the mineral anhydrite (anhydrous calcium sulphate) into gypsum (hydrous calcium sulphate). A pre-condition for this transformation is that the anhydrite is in contact with water, which is then stored in its crystalline structure".

Staufen is located next to the Münstertal railway which runs from Bad Krozingen to Münstertal, Black Forest. The railway was electrified in 2013 and is operated by the Südwestdeutsche Verkehrs-Aktiengesellschaft (SWEG).[citation needed] Leisure and sports facilities The changing rooms of the Alemannenbad The Alemannenbad is a solar-heated outdoor pool with a large sunbathing area. After the Lorettobad in Freiburg, it is the oldest outdoor swimming pool in Baden-Württemberg. [16] The buildings in the entrance area and the changing rooms are under monument protection. [17] The Alemannenbad Staufen eV association was founded in 2003 to provide support . [18] The history of the bathroom is extensively presented in an online publication. [19]

  1. Aktuelle Wahlergebnisse, Staatsanzeiger, accessed 11 September 2021.
  2. "Bevölkerung nach Nationalität und Geschlecht am 31. Dezember 2020" [Population by nationality and sex as of December 31, 2020](CSV). Statistisches Landesamt Baden-Württemberg (in German). June 2021. Retrieved17 October 2021.
  3. The Zimmern Chronicle, ca. 1565
  4. Tom Scott - The German Town That's Literally Breaking Apart, Youtube
  5. Jens Lubbadeh, Spiegel.de "Eine Stadt zerreißt", Der Spiegel, 15 November 2008(in German). (Partial translation)
  6. Bojan Pancevski, "Geothermal probe sinks German city", The Daily Telegraph, 31 March 2008.
  7. Hans Christof Wagner, "Risse in Staufen: Pumpen, reparieren und hoffen", Badische-Zeitung, 17 October 2010(in German)
  8. Franz Schmider, "Kein Ende der Hebungen in Staufen in Sicht", Badische-Zeitung, 13 July 2013(in German)
    - Formacije, A (2010). "Damage to the historic town of Staufen (Germany) caused by geothermal drillings through anhydrite-bearing formations"(PDF). Acta Carsologica. 39 (2): 233. Archived from the original(PDF) on 2011-07-26.
    - Butscher, Christoph; Huggenberger, Peter; Auckenthaler, Adrian; Bänninger, Dominik (2010). "Risikoorientierte Bewilligung von Erdwärmesonden"(PDF). Grundwasser. 16: 13–24. doi:10.1007/s00767-010-0154-5.
    - Goldscheider, Nico; Bechtel, Timothy D. (2009). "Editors' message: The housing crisis from underground—damage to a historic town by geothermal drillings through anhydrite, Staufen, Germany". Hydrogeology Journal. 17 (3): 491. doi:10.1007/s10040-009-0458-7.
  9. "TerraSAR-X Image Of The Month: Ground Uplift Under Staufen's Old Town". Spacemart. 22 October 2009. Retrieved23 October 2009 – via TerraSAR-X radar satellite.

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73139CountryGermanyStateBaden WurttembergAdmin regionFreiburgDistrictBreisgau HochschwarzwaldSubdivisions3Government Mayor 2017 2025 Michael Benitz 1 Area Total23 26 km2 8 98 sq mi Elevation284 m 932 ft Population 2020 12 31 2 Total8 182 Density350 km2 910 sq mi Time zoneUTC 01 00 CET Summer DST UTC 02 00 CEST Postal codes79219Dialling codes07633Vehicle registrationFRWebsitewww wbr staufen wbr de Contents 1 General 2 Geography 3 Geothermal drilling controversy 4 Infrastructure 5 References 6 External linksGeneral EditThe city of Staufen im Breisgau lies in the Land district of Breisgau Hochschwarzwald Breisgau Upper Black Forest in the German State of Baden Wurttemberg The City of Staufen has approximately 7 700 inhabitants and forms together with the community of Munstertal Black Forest a community administrative unit citation needed It is noted in history and culture for its association with Dr Faustus who according to one source 3 died in or near Staufen around 1540 Geography EditStaufen lies at the foot of the Black Forest at the exit from the Munstertal The Black Forest valley of Neumagen goes here directly over into the Rhine plain The piedmont of the Black Forest is less distinct North of the valley exit the steeply rising old castle ruins dominates to the southwest begins the hilly landscape of the Markgraflerland Staufen lies on the border between two natural and economic areas the Rhine plain up to the piedmont with its cultivation of grain vineyards and vegetables and the Black Forest with its cattle and wood and until the 19th century silver mines citation needed Geothermal drilling controversy Edit Cracks at the historic Town Hall due to damage from geothermal drilling To the left a piece of fake tape reading Staufen darf nicht zerbrechen Staufen must not fall apart protesting the damage 4 Since 2008 the centre of the city has reported to have risen some 12 centimetres 4 7 in 5 after initially sinking a few millimeters 6 This has caused considerable damage to buildings in the city centre including the historical town hall The cause for this geological change has been identified as a drilling operation conducted in the summer and autumn of 2007 to provide geothermal heating to the city hall The drilling perforated an anhydrite layer and caused high pressure groundwater to come into contact with the anhydrite which then began to expand By 2010 some sections of town had risen by 30 centimetres 12 in 7 In July 2013 no end to the rising process was in sight 8 Data from the TerraSAR X radar satellite before and after the changes have confirmed the localised nature of the situation A geochemical process called anhydrite swelling has been confirmed as the cause of these uplifts This is a transformation of the mineral anhydrite anhydrous calcium sulphate into gypsum hydrous calcium sulphate A pre condition for this transformation is that the anhydrite is in contact with water which is then stored in its crystalline structure 9 Infrastructure EditStaufen is located next to the Munstertal railway which runs from Bad Krozingen to Munstertal Black Forest The railway was electrified in 2013 and is operated by the Sudwestdeutsche Verkehrs Aktiengesellschaft SWEG citation needed Leisure and sports facilities The changing rooms of the Alemannenbad The Alemannenbad is a solar heated outdoor pool with a large sunbathing area After the Lorettobad in Freiburg it is the oldest outdoor swimming pool in Baden Wurttemberg 16 The buildings in the entrance area and the changing rooms are under monument protection 17 The Alemannenbad Staufen eV association was founded in 2003 to provide support 18 The history of the bathroom is extensively presented in an online publication 19 References Edit Aktuelle Wahlergebnisse Staatsanzeiger accessed 11 September 2021 Bevolkerung nach Nationalitat und Geschlecht am 31 Dezember 2020 Population by nationality and sex as of December 31 2020 CSV Statistisches Landesamt Baden Wurttemberg in German June 2021 Retrieved 17 October 2021 The Zimmern Chronicle ca 1565 Tom Scott The German Town That s Literally Breaking Apart Youtube Jens Lubbadeh Spiegel de Eine Stadt zerreisst Der Spiegel 15 November 2008 in German Partial translation Bojan Pancevski Geothermal probe sinks German city The Daily Telegraph 31 March 2008 Hans Christof Wagner Risse in Staufen Pumpen reparieren und hoffen Badische Zeitung 17 October 2010 in German Franz Schmider Kein Ende der Hebungen in Staufen in Sicht Badische Zeitung 13 July 2013 in German Formacije A 2010 Damage to the historic town of Staufen Germany caused by geothermal drillings through anhydrite bearing formations PDF Acta Carsologica 39 2 233 Archived from the original PDF on 2011 07 26 Butscher Christoph Huggenberger Peter Auckenthaler Adrian Banninger Dominik 2010 Risikoorientierte Bewilligung von Erdwarmesonden PDF Grundwasser 16 13 24 doi 10 1007 s00767 010 0154 5 Goldscheider Nico Bechtel Timothy D 2009 Editors message The housing crisis from underground damage to a historic town by geothermal drillings through anhydrite Staufen Germany Hydrogeology Journal 17 3 491 doi 10 1007 s10040 009 0458 7 TerraSAR X Image Of The Month Ground Uplift Under Staufen s Old Town Spacemart 22 October 2009 Retrieved 23 October 2009 via TerraSAR X radar satellite External links EditOfficial website in German Staufen images Retrieved from https en wikipedia org w index php title Staufen im Breisgau amp oldid 1046618016, wikipedia, wiki, book,

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