Holocene glacier variations at Tyndall Glacier area, southern Patagonia

@inproceedings{Aniya1995HoloceneGV,
  title={Holocene glacier variations at Tyndall Glacier area, southern Patagonia},
  author={Masamu Aniya and Hiroaki Satō},
  year={1995}
}
Tyndall Glacier of Southern Patagonia Icefield, located at 51°16'S and 73°15'W, is the 8th longest glacier in Patagonia, with an estimated area of 355 km 2 and a length of 38 km. In the side-valley on the left bank of this glacier, four Holocene glacier variations are recognized for the first time in Patagonia. A first Neoglacial advance occurred at ca. 3600 yr B.P., which formed terminal moraines perched on a steep wall of the side-valley and distinctive lateral moraines on the flat ground in… CONTINUE READING