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Table 1 δ18O and/or δ13C values obtained from the different whole rocks (pebbles) and their veins (quartz and calcite)

From: Sediment provenance during Alpine orogeny: fluid inclusions and stable isotopes on quartz–calcite veins from detritic pebbles

Sample Whole rock Vein
Pebble petrology δ18O (‰ relative to SMOW) δ13C (‰ relative to PDB) Host mineral δ18O (‰ relative to SMOW) δ13C (‰ relative to PDB)
SL1a Basalt 17   Qtz 22.8  
     Cal 20.7 −2.01
SL2b Sandy limestone 22.8 −4 Cal 27.3 −1.14
SL2c Dolomitic sandstone 20.6   Qtz 23.3  
SL2g Dolomitic sandstone 22.4 1.2 Qtz 23.5  
SL2h Dolomitic sandy limestone 22.7   Cal 25.7 2.05
SL2i Sandy limestone 24.3 1.4 Qtz 26.3  
     Cal 24.5 1.35
SL3b Dolomitic sandstone 21.5   Qtz 24.7  
SL5a Micaceous sandstone 20   Cal 25.3 1.69
SL3e Cement of conglomerates    Cal 20 −1.7
Standard Carrare 29.14 2.1    
  1. The δ18O values have been measured on the silicate part of the whole rock and on quartz and calcite minerals of the veins, while the δ13C values have been measured on the carbonate fraction of the whole rocks (when possible) and on calcite minerals of the veins