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Table 2 Published bedrock isoline maps taken into account for the present model

From: Analysis of overdeepened valleys using the digital elevation model of the bedrock surface of Northern Switzerland

Publication Scale Extent
(for location see Fig. 1)
Werner + Partner AG and Petraqua (1975),
Werner + Partner AG and Petraqua (1976), Werner + Partner AG and Wanner (1981)
Local Three successive sections of the Emme valley
Schindler (1982) Local City of Schaffhausen and adjacent area
Wyssling AG (1983) Local Urdorf, Reppisch valley (south-east of Zurich)
Wildi (1984) Regional North-eastern Switzerland
Haldimann et al. (1984) Local Lower Aare valley (Brugg—Koblenz)
Pugin (1988) Regional Western Switzerland
Pasquier (1986) Sub-regional Gäu valley (south-west of Olten)
(Geologisches Institut der Universität Bern 1996) Sub-regional Suhre, Lake and Reuss valleys and adjacent area
Wyssling AG (1996) Local Hausen—Windisch area (south of Brugg)
Keller and Krayss (1999) Sub-regional Thurgau (Thur valley and adjacent area)
Matousek et al. (2000) Sub-regional Geol. Atlas, sheet Zurzach
Wagner et al. (2001) Sub-regional High Rhine valley from Koblenz to Basle
Hantke et al. (2003) Local Thur valley
Frank (2005) Sub-regional Weinland area (south of Schaffhausen)
Zaugg and Vogel (2005) Sub-regional Swiss shore of Lake Constance and adjacent area
Graf et al. (2006) Sub-regional Geol. Atlas, sheet Baden (east of Brugg)
AfU Zug (2007) Sub-regional Canton of Zug (east of Lake Zug)
Wyssling (2007) Sub-regional Geol. Atlas, sheet Uster (southern Glatt valley)