Subtropical mountain- and highland-glaciation as ice age triggers and the waning of the glacial periods in the pleistocene

@article{Matthias1987SubtropicalMA,
  title={Subtropical mountain- and highland-glaciation as ice age triggers and the waning of the glacial periods in the pleistocene},
  author={Kuhle Matthias},
  journal={GeoJournal},
  year={1987},
  volume={14},
  pages={393-421}
}
  • K. Matthias
  • Published 1 June 1987
  • Environmental Science
  • GeoJournal

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