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Table 2 Clast counting results grouped into lithological groups

From: Multiple Quaternary erosion and infill cycles in overdeepened basins of the northern Alpine foreland

Samples Litho-A Litho-B Litho-C Litho-D Litho-F Litho-G Litho-H1 Litho-H2 Litho-I Litho-K Litho-L Litho-M Broken clasts Glacial striations Flat-iron-, bullet- and arrow-shaped clasts Carbonate cements/weathered clasts (w)
B1-3 16 19 3 21 1 1 0 20 10 4 3 2 + ++ + ++
B1-8 19 11 6 19 3 1 1 15 12 8 1 4 + ++ ++
B1-17 15 18 5 14 2 1 1 14 17 5 5 3 ++ +
B1-30 10 16 5 12 3 2 0 16 18 10 3 5 + ++
B1-52 23 13 8 9 1 0 0 20 10 9 2 5 +
B1-134 13 9 6 16 3 4 0 21 13 6 3 6 +++
B1-176 19 6 7 15 6 1 0 15 14 7 2 8 +
B2-11 30 6 6 18 0 0 1 12 16 5 4 2 + +
B2-39 19 16 3 16 0 1 0 14 18 6 2 5 +++ +
B2-59 20 15 2 16 0 1 1 11 22 9 1 2 +++
B3-6 19 9 6 22 1 1 0 8 21 2 4 7 + +
B3-29 13 11 8 12 0 1 0 16 18 13 3 5 ++
B3-37 17 9 4 19 1 2 0 11 23 6 2 6 ++ + +
B3-43 19 11 2 22 2 3 1 10 22 5 2 1 + +
B3-46 15 16 8 22 2 1 0 12 17 4 2 1 + + +
B3-55 13 17 7 18 2 1 2 8 17 3 3 9 + ++
B3-61 16 8 7 25 0 4 0 13 16 7 0 4 +++ + ++
B4-9 12 21 4 19 2 4 0 12 15 8 1 2 ++ +
B4-18 13 11 2 14 7 0 0 10 23 14 3 3 + + +
B4-44 17 8 11 14 1 0 0 8 23 6 2 10 ++
B4-49 15 7 2 16 0 2 0 19 15 6 6 12 + +, w
B5-3 17 13 11 10 0 1 0 11 22 3 6 6 +++
B5-19 17 9 6 21 1 2 0 15 13 7 2 7 +++
B5-42 14 5 6 17 2 1 3 17 14 8 5 8 +++
B5-87 19 12 7 15 1 1 1 15 16 9 1 3 +
B5-88 13 6 5 13 2 0 1 23 15 12 6 4 +
B5-142 16 9 1 16 9 3 0 13 19 5 3 6 +
B5-151 11 7 4 16 8 1 0 13 18 10 3 9 +++
  1. Litho-A dark-grey limestone, Litho-B black limestone, Litho-C siliceous limestone, Litho-D other limestones, Litho-F dolomites, Litho-G hard, mica-rich sandstones (sub-Alpine Molasse), Litho-H1 friable sandstone, mica-rich, friable (local Molasse origin), Litho-H2 other sandstones (non-local, Alpine catchment), Litho-I quartzite, K chert, hornfels, radiolarite, Litho-L vein quartz, Litho-M granitic, metamorphic and igneous rocks
  2. Abundance of striated, glacially shaped clasts, and carbonate coating is coded as follows: “0” no finds, “+”: rare finds (0–3), “++”: several finds (3–10)