Articles | Volume 30
Sci. Dril., 30, 17–42, 2022
https://doi.org/10.5194/sd-30-17-2022
Sci. Dril., 30, 17–42, 2022
https://doi.org/10.5194/sd-30-17-2022
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25 Feb 2022
Science report | 25 Feb 2022

From glacial erosion to basin overfill: a 240 m-thick overdeepening–fill sequence in Bern, Switzerland

Michael A. Schwenk et al.

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A scientific drilling was conducted into a bedrock trough (overdeepening) in Bern-Bümpliz (Switzerland) in an effort to advance the knowledge of the Quaternary prior to 150 000 years ago. We encountered a 208.5 m-thick succession of loose sediments (gravel, sand and mud) in the retrieved core and identified two major sedimentary sequences (A: lower, B: upper). The sedimentary suite records two glacial advances and the subsequent filling of a lake sometime between 300 000 and 200 000 years ago.