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Table 2 δD values obtained from FI-1 and FI-2, and calculated δ18O and/or δ13C values of the aqueous fluid at the equilibrium with the quartz and calcite minerals at 175 and 310 °C (see Fig. 8 for the reconstructed isochores)

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

Whole rocks Vein Fluid inclusion
Sample Pebble petrology Host mineral δD (‰ relative to SMOW) δ18O (‰ relative to SMOW) δ13C (‰ relative to PDB)
SL1a Basalt Qtz −26.6   9.3 17.3   
   Cal    9.6 15.3 −2.61 −0.09
SL2b Sandy limestone Cal    16.2 21.9 −1.74 0.96
SL2c Dolomitic sandstone Qtz −44.3   9.8 17.8   
SL2g Dolomitic sandstone Qtz −60.2   10.0 18.0   
SL2h Dolomitic sandy limestone Cal −73.3 −44.6 14.6 20.3 1.45 4.15
SL2i Sandy limestone Qtz    12.8 20.8   
   Cal −35.9 −28.7 13.4 19.1 0.75 3.45
SL3b Dolomitic sandstone Qtz −47.2 −24 11.2 19.2   
SL5a Micaceous sandstone Cal −50.4   14.2 19.9 1.09 3.79
    FI-1 FI-2 H2O-175 H2O-310 CO2-175 CO2-310
  1. The oxygen compositions are mean values after using different fractionation factors from Zheng (1993) and Méheut et al. (2007) for the H2O–Qz equilibrium and from O’Neil et al. (1969), Zheng (1999) and Horita (2014) for the H2O–Ca equilibrium. The carbon compositions are values calculated using the fractionation factor from Ohmoto and Rye (1979) for the CO2–Ca equilibrium