Glaciotectonics: forms and processes. Edited by David G. Croot

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ContributionsCroot, D.G.
LC ClassificationsQE 575 G541 1988
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Pagination212 p.
Number of Pages212
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Open LibraryOL22057722M
ISBN 109061918480

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In order to shed light on glaciotectonic processes during surges and to provide modern analogues to glaciotectonic landforms produced by Pleistocene ice sheets, end moraines of surge‐type glaciers have received a significant amount of research interest [e.g., Croot, ; Huddart and Hambrey, ; Boulton et al., ; Benediktsson et al Cited by: At present, glaciers only cover about 10% of the Earth’s surface (Owen & Derbyshire ; Benn & Evans ).That is a total of over 15 million km 2, with 99% found in the ice sheets of Antarctica and r, over the past Ma of the Quaternary Period there have been multiple phases of spatially more extensive ice and permafrost around the globe (see Chapter 2).

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Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences Croot, D.G. Glaciotectonics, forms and processes. Balkema, Rotterdam, the Netherlands. Reconstruction of palaeo-ice sheets: the use of geomorphological data. Earth Surface Processes and Landforms Crossref, Cited by: Evans, D.J.A., b.

Quaternary geology and geomorphology of the Dinosaur Provincial Park area and surrounding plains, Alberta, Canada: the identification of former glacial lobes, drainage diversions and meltwater flood tracks.

DAVID G. CROOT Department of Geographical Sciences, Plymouth Polytechnic, Drake Circus, Plymouth, Devon PL4 8AA, U.K. (Received 25 February ; accepted in revised form 16 March ) Ahstract--A series of seven groups of push-ridges ranging from 7 to 40 m in height, 50 to m in length, and occupying a total width of more than 2 kin, mark Cited by:   Evans, David J.A Quaternary geology and geomorphology of the Dinosaur Provincial Park area and surrounding plains, Alberta, Canada: the identification of former glacial lobes, drainage diversions and meltwater flood by: David J A Evans.

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