Elf pleistozäne Sand-Kies-Terrassen der Weser: Erläuterung eines Gliederungsschemas für das obere Weser-Tal

Peter Rohde
A geological survey and supplementary studies made it possible to classify the remains of Pleistocene sand-gravel terraces of the Weser River between Gieselwerder and Hehlen. Eleven terraces can be distinguished: the base of the oldest terrace lies at nearly +160 m, the youngest (loess-free lower terrace) at about —10 m relative to the present alluvial plain. Locally, terrace sediments have been affected by subsidence caused by subrosion or tectonic activity. The analysis of the gravel...