Journal of Geological Research / 2009 / Article / Tab 2

Research Article

Slope Stability and Slope Formation in the Flysch Zone of the Vienna Forest (Austria)

Table 2

Grain size analyses of characteristic sediments and soil horizons in the study area.

ProfileHorizon/layerTextureClaySiltSand

FineMiddleCoarseTotalFineMiddleCoarseTotal
<22–66–2020–6363–200200–630630–2000

1-1EB, Upper cover bedlU19,06,315,640,462,216,41,50,318,8
1-2Bt1, soiluL25,45,412,538,656,516,61,30,218,1
1–3Bt2, soillU29,54,110,635,149,819,11,40,320,7
1–4C1, loesssU6,83,49,043,155,533,83,20,837,7
1–5C2, loesssU7,83,410,648,062,022,43,74,230,2
1–6C3, loesssU7,44,010,145,559,530,02,30,933,1
1–7C4, Basal cover bedlU31,819,720,813,353,84,84,15,514,4
drillingC, Flysch marlslU23,36,416,135,658,116,12,30,218,6
2C, decomposed sandstonelS7,14,79,517,631,735,020,75,661,2
3C, decomposed sandstonelS10,54,99,914,529,328,818,113,360,2
4C, decomposed sandstoneS3,01,85,310,317,436,042,31,479,6
5C, decomposed sandstoneS4,02,66,311,119,931,639,94,676,1
6C, decomposed sandstonelS10,46,514,319,640,331,415,42,649,3
7C, loesssU8,84,99,941,055,931,72,51,235,3
8C, loesssU12,64,711,642,859,025,62,50,328,4

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