Zur jungpleistozänen und holozänen Entwicklung des Werratals zwischen Hannoversch-Münden und Philippsthal (östl. Bad Hersfeld)

Karl-Ulrich Brosche
In the lower and middle Werra valley a terrace is located 5—8 m above the valley plain. It attains a considerable width in several places, its structure and overburden (sometimes loess) indicate a High Wuermian lower terrace. Probably during the Late Glacial it was dissected by 0.5—1.0 m deep channels, which were subsequently infilled by probably redeposited lower-terrace gravel or finer-grained sediment. Owing to temporarily accessible exposures near Eschwege, the Late Glacial and Early Holocene...