Postglacial fluctuations of Cordillera Darwin glaciers (southernmost Patagonia) reconstructed from Almirantazgo fjord sediments

@inproceedings{Bertrand2017PostglacialFO,
  title={Postglacial fluctuations of Cordillera Darwin glaciers (southernmost Patagonia) reconstructed from Almirantazgo fjord sediments},
  author={S{\'e}bastien Bertrand and Carina B. Lange and S Reyes Pantoja and Konrad A. Hughen and Evi Van Tornhout and Julia and Julia S. Wellner},
  year={2017}
}
14 Most outlet glaciers of the Cordillera Darwin Icefield (CDI; Patagonia, 540S) are currently transitioning 15 from calving to land-based conditions. Whether this situation is unique to the modern climate or also 16 occurred during the Holocene is entirely unknown. Here, we investigate the Holocene fluctuations of 17 outlet glaciers from the northern flank of the CDI using a multi-proxy sedimentological and geochemical 18 analysis of a 13.5 m long sediment core from Almirantazgo fjord. Our… CONTINUE READING
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