Late Pleistocene mountain glaciation in Alaska : key chronologies

@inproceedings{Briner2008LatePM,
  title={Late Pleistocene mountain glaciation in Alaska : key chronologies},
  author={Jason P. Briner and Darrell S. Kaufman},
  year={2008}
}
Moraine sequences of mountain glaciers can be used to infer spatial and temporal patterns of climate change across the globe. Alaska is an accessible high-latitude location in the Northern Hemisphere and contains a rich record of alpine glaciation. Here, we highlight the key chronologies from three mountain ranges in Alaska that reveal the timing and spatial extent of Late Pleistocene glaciation, and pay particular attention to age of the penultimate glaciation. The most extensive glacier… CONTINUE READING