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Table 5 Distribution of measured porosity subject to lithology for MSC-4 and DGF-FB

From: Porosity–permeability relationship derived from Upper Jurassic carbonate rock cores to assess the regional hydraulic matrix properties of the Malm reservoir in the South German Molasse Basin

LocationLithologyRock density, g/cm3Grain density, g/cm3Porosity (He), %Porosity (H2O), %n
MinMaxMed ± MADMinMaxMed ± MADMinMaxMed ± MADMinMaxMed ± MAD
Moosburg SC 4Limestone2.122.702.63 ± 0.032.652.732.70 ± 0.020.322.22.3 ± 1.70.419.22.2 ± 1.294
Dolom. limestone2.152.722.55 ± 0.092.712.842.75 ± 0.012.420.77.6 ± 3.01.817.36.4 ± 2.351
Dolostone2.282.792.65 ± 0.072.732.852.80 ± 0.020.219.14.9 ± 2.50.318.42.6 ± 1.4100
Dingolfing FBLimestone2.292.322.30 ± 0.012.712.712.71 ± 0.0014.315.214.8 ± 0.413.014.513.8 ± 0.72
Dolom. limestone2.552.642.61 ± 0.032.732.732.73 ± 0.003.46.44.3 ± 0.82.45.13.1 ± 0.73
Dolostone2.222.792.65 ± 0.042.672.982.80 ± 0.011.615.65.5 ± 1.61.417.04.0 ± 1.445
  1. Min minimum, Max maximum, Med median, MAD median absolute deviation, n count