Late Pleistocene Alpine deglaciation and post-glacial climatic developments in Switzerland: the record from sediments in a peri-Alpine Lake Basin

@inproceedings{Lister1985LatePA,
  title={Late Pleistocene Alpine deglaciation and post-glacial climatic developments in Switzerland: the record from sediments in a peri-Alpine Lake Basin},
  author={Guy S. Lister},
  year={1985}
}
Glacial and Iacustrine Sediments in the deepest part of Lake Zürich contain a sensitive paleoenvironmental record of Alpine deglaciation and climatic change in Switzerland during the latest Pleistocene and Holocene. Those Sediments comprise a glacial-lacustrine complex of some 140 m thickness, including four basal mud tills, topped by more than 10 m of non-glacial Iacustrine deposits. The uppermost mud tili, at 80 m subbottom, represents the last glacial overburdening of the basinal Sediments… CONTINUE READING