Present and Pleistocene glaciation on the north-western margin of Tibet between the Karakorum main ridge and the Tarim Basin, supporting the evidence of a Pleistocene inland glaciation in Tibet

@article{Kuhle1994PresentAP,
  title={Present and Pleistocene glaciation on the north-western margin of Tibet between the Karakorum main ridge and the Tarim Basin, supporting the evidence of a Pleistocene inland glaciation in Tibet},
  author={Matthias Kuhle},
  journal={GeoJournal},
  year={1994},
  volume={33},
  pages={133-272}
}

The Tibetan Ice Sheet, Its Impact on the Palaeomonsoon and Relation to the Earth's Orbital Variations

Summary: Evidencc for an ice sheet covering Tibet during the Last Glacial Maximul;1 means a radical rethinking about glaciation in the Northern Hemi­ sphere. The ice sheet's subtropical latitude,

A relief-specific model of the ice age on the basis of uplift-controlled glacier areas in Tibet and the corresponding albedo increase as well as their positive climatological feedback by means of the global radiation geometry

The onset of the ice age era at ~2.75 Ma BP and its increasing intensity from ~1 Ma BP onwards cannot be explained by variations of the Earth's orbit. Evidence supporting a 2.4 million km 2 ice sheet

Reconstruction of an approximately complete Quaternary Tibetan inland glaciation between the Mt. Everest- and Cho Oyu Massifs and the Aksai Chin. A new glaciogeomorphological SE–NW diagonal profile through Tibet and its consequences for the glacial isostasy and Ice Age cycle

  • M. Kuhle
  • Environmental Science, Geology
  • 1999
Studies were done on new geomorphological and quaternary-geological profiles through representative reliefs of Tibet from the Central Himalaya as far as the Kuenlun. Thus, further detailed