Geomorphology, Stratigraphy, and Radiocarbon Chronology of LlanquihueDrift in the Area of the Southern Lake District, Seno Reloncaví, and Isla Grande de Chiloé, Chile

@article{Denton1999GeomorphologySA,
  title={Geomorphology, Stratigraphy, and Radiocarbon Chronology of LlanquihueDrift in the Area of the Southern Lake District, Seno Reloncav{\'i}, and Isla Grande de Chilo{\'e}, Chile},
  author={George H. Denton and Thomas V. Lowell and Calvin J. Heusser and Christian Schl{\"u}chter and Bj{\o}rn G. Andersen and Linda E. Heusser and Patricio I. Moreno and David R. Marchant},
  journal={Geografiska Annaler Series A-physical Geography},
  year={1999},
  volume={81},
  pages={167-229}
}
  • G. Denton, T. Lowell, D. Marchant
  • Published 1 August 1999
  • Environmental Science, Geography
  • Geografiska Annaler Series A-physical Geography
Glacial geomorphologic features composed of (or cut into) Llanquihue drift delineate former Andean piedmont glaciers in in the region of the southern Chilean Lake District,Seno Reloncavi, Golfo de Ancud, and northern Golfo Corcovado during the last glaciation. These landforms include extensive moraine belts, main and subsidiary outwash plains, kame terraces, and meltwater spillways. Nt Numerous radiocarbon dates document Andean ice advances into the moraine belts during the last glacial maximum… 
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