Timing and style of Late Quaternary glaciation in the eastern Hindu Kush , Chitral , northern Pakistan : a review and revision of the glacial chronology based on new optically stimulated luminescence dating

@inproceedings{Owena2002TimingAS,
  title={Timing and style of Late Quaternary glaciation in the eastern Hindu Kush , Chitral , northern Pakistan : a review and revision of the glacial chronology based on new optically stimulated luminescence dating},
  author={Lewis A. Owena and Ulrich Kampb and Joel Q. Spencera and Klaus Haserodtc},
  year={2002}
}
  • Lewis A. Owena, Ulrich Kampb, +1 author Klaus Haserodtc
  • Published 2002
Glacial landforms and sediments provide evidence for two Late Quaternary major glaciations in the eastern Hindu Kush. New optically stimulated luminescence (OSL) dating was undertaken to define the timing of these glaciations and associated sediment deposition. The Drosh Glacial, was defined by OSL dating to have occurred during marine isotopic stage-3, producing an extensive valley glaciation that extended to an altitude of X1300m above sea level (asl) in the main valley, with an equilibrium… CONTINUE READING
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