Glaziale und periglaziale Lebensräume im Raum Obergurgl

@inproceedings{Erschbamer2010GlazialeUP,
  title={Glaziale und periglaziale Lebensr{\"a}ume im Raum Obergurgl},
  author={B. Erschbamer and E. Koch},
  year={2010}
}
The following article outlines the economic and social development of the village Obergurgl from the 17th to the 20th century. The economic character of the village changed from a mountain forming area into a tourism destination. South of the village the Rotmoos valley (Rotmoostal) is situated. It is mentioned in connection with alpinistic achievements as well as for its special postglacial landscape. Erste Erwähnungen von Gletschern im Ötztal Die Menschen im alpinen Raum haben sich seit… Expand
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