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Table 9 Permeability data set for MSC-4 and DGF-FB grouped by facies, crystal size and crystal morphology

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

LithologyFaciesPermeability (core), mDnPermeability (GPPT model), mDn
MinMaxMed ± MADMinMaxMed ± MAD
LimestoneMudstone    4.0 E−72.2 E−31.4 E−4 ± 6.0 E−448
Wackestone    1.0 E−77.0 E−41.7 E−4 ± 1.9 E−415
Packstone3.0 E−319.6 E−52.4 E−12.7 E−3 ± 7.9 E−29
Grainstone1.4 E−12.6 E+16.8 E+0 ± 1.2 E+158.0 E−71.2 E+28.2 E−1 ± 3.3 E+124
Dolom. limestoneMudstone1.0 E−211.2 E−43.5 E−39.5 E−4 ± 1.8 E−33
Wackestone1.3 E−38.9 E−24.5 E−2 ± 6.2 E−223.4 E−77.9 E−24.8 E−3 ± 2.1 E−213
Packstone    276 E−39.6 E−35.0 E−3 ± 2.8 E−37
Grainstone7.0 E−25.1 E+02.6 E+0 ± 3.5 E+024.4 E−16.2 E+14.7 E+0 ± 1.5 E+119
DolostoneFinE-X2.0 E−42.1 E+13.4 E−3 ± 4.4 E+0201.0 E−71.5 E+09.8 E−4 ± 2.5 E−165
Medium-X1.0 E−42.2 E+19.7 E−1 ± 6.0 E+0121.1 E−58.4 E−23.9 E−4 ± 1.8 E−249
Coarsely X4.9 E−23.3 E+15.6 E+0 ± 1.3 E+1105.5 E−61.0 E+23.3 E−3 ± 2.1 E+128
Xenomorphic    1.0 E−71.6 E−41.9 E−6 ± 4.6 E−512
Xeno-hypidiomorphic8.4 E−37.2 E−24.0 E−2 ± 4.5 E−226.0 E−73.9 E−44.1 E−5 ± 1.4 E−412
Hypidiomorphic1.0 E−43.3 E+14.5 E−3 ± 7.7 E+0221.5 E−64.9 E−24.4 E−4 ± 6.5 E−367
Hypidio-idiomorphic2.0 E−42.7 E+11.7 E+0 ± 9.8 E+091.7 E−42.4 E−13.5 E−3 ± 4.6 E−227
Idiomorphic1.4 E−22.2 E+13.7 E+0 ± 7.4 E+094.8 E−21.0 E+27.1 E−1 ± 2.3 E+120
  1. Min minimum, Max maximum, Med median, MAD median absolute deviation, n count)