Spatial Patterns of Glacial Erosion at a Valley Scale Derived from Terrestrial Cosmogenic 10BE and 26Al Concentrations in Rock
The fundamentally geographic issue of the amounts and spatial patterns of erosion necessary to produce classic glacial landforms such as U-shaped valleys has been debated by scientists for over a century. Terrestrial cosmogenic nuclide (TCN) measurements
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