Seven Million Years of Glaciation in Greenland

@article{Larsen1994SevenMY,
  title={Seven Million Years of Glaciation in Greenland},
  author={H. Larsen and A. Saunders and P. Clift and J. Beget and W. Wei and S. Spezzaferri},
  journal={Science},
  year={1994},
  volume={264},
  pages={952 - 955}
}
Glacial till, glaciomarine diamictites, and ice-rafted detritus found in marine cores collected off the shore of southeast Greenland record multiple Late Cenozoic glaciations beginning in the Late Miocene. Distinct rock assemblages and seismic stratigraphic control correlate the diamictites with glaciation of the southeast Greenland margin. Glaciers advanced to the sea during several intervals in the Pliocene and Pleistocene. North Atlantic glaciation may have nucleated in southern Greenland… Expand
The Southeast Greenland glaciated margin: 3D stratal architecture of shelf and deep sea
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  • Geology
  • Geological Society, London, Special Publications
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One million years of glaciation and denudation history in west Greenland
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