Timing and climatic drivers for glaciation across semi-arid western Himalayan–Tibetan orogen

@inproceedings{Dortch2013TimingAC,
  title={Timing and climatic drivers for glaciation across semi-arid western Himalayan–Tibetan orogen},
  author={Jason M. Dortch and Lewis A. Owen and Marc W Caffee},
  year={2013}
}
Abstract Mapping and forty-seven new 10 Be ages help define the timing of glaciation in the Ladakh and Pangong Ranges in Northwest India. Five new local glacial stages are defined for the Ladakh Range. From oldest to youngest these include: the Ladakh-4 glacial stage at 81 ± 20 ka; the Ladakh-3 glacial stage (not dated); the Ladakh-2 glacial stage at 22 ± 3 ka; the Ladakh-1 glacial stage (not dated); and the Ladakh Cirque glacial stage at 1.8 ± 0.4 ka. Three local glacial stages are defined for… CONTINUE READING

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