Comparisons between macro‐ and microfabrics in a pebble‐rich, sandy till deposited by the Cordilleran Ice Sheet

@inproceedings{Neudorf2015ComparisonsBM,
  title={Comparisons between macro‐ and microfabrics in a pebble‐rich, sandy till deposited by the Cordilleran Ice Sheet},
  author={Christina M. Neudorf and Tracy Anne. Brennand and Olav B. Lian},
  year={2015}
}
It is standard practice to measure particle fabrics in glacial studies to infer palaeo-ice flow directions and processes of till formation but few studies examine the relationships between particle fabrics at different (i.e. the macro- and micro-) scales. This knowledge is critical to inform the utility of the methods and limitations of the associated interpretations. Micro- (sand grain) and macro- (pebble) fabrics of pebble-rich, sandy subglacial till (Kamloops Lake till) deposited by the… CONTINUE READING