New data for Late Pleistocene Pinedale alpine glaciation from southwestern Colorado

  title={New data for Late Pleistocene Pinedale alpine glaciation from southwestern Colorado},
  author={Larry Bensona and Richard Madoleb and Gary Landisc and John Gossed},
  • Larry Bensona, Richard Madoleb, +1 author John Gossed
  • Published 2017
New cosmogenic surface-exposure ages of moraine-crest boulders from southwestern Colorado are compared with published surface-exposure ages of boulders from moraine complexes in north-central Colorado and in west-central (Fremont Lake basin) Wyoming. Be data sets from the three areas were scaled to a single Be production rate of 5.4 at/g/yr at sea level and high latitude (SLHL), which represents the average Be production rate for two high-altitude, mid-latitude sites in the western United… CONTINUE READING


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