Terminal Moraine Formation Processes and Geomorphology of Glacier Forelands at the Selected Outlet Glaciers of Jostedalsbreen, South Norway

@inproceedings{Winkler2020TerminalMF,
  title={Terminal Moraine Formation Processes and Geomorphology of Glacier Forelands at the Selected Outlet Glaciers of Jostedalsbreen, South Norway},
  author={Stefan Winkler},
  year={2020}
}
  • S. Winkler
  • Published 2020
  • Environmental Science, Geology
Several outlet glaciers of Jostedalsbreen flow from the central plateau ice-cap into surrounding valleys. A well-established Holocene glacier chronology reveals that the ‘Little Ice Age’ with its culmination ~1750 CE was the most prominent neoglacial event in the region. Glacial and glaciofluvial landforms on the glacier forelands are, therefore, accurately determinable in their age and allow detailed interpretation of causal relationships between geomorphology and glacier dynamics. Glacier… 
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