European Glacial Landscapes
|Pope, R., Philip Hughes, James Allard and Jamie Woodward
|Palacios, D., García-Ruiz, J. M., Hughes, P. D. and Andrés, N.
European Glacial Landscapes: Last Deglaciation brings together relevant experts on the history of glaciers and their impact on the landscape of the main European regions. Soon after the Last Glacial Maximum, a rapid process of the glacial retreat began throughout Europe. This was interrupted several times by abrupt climate cooling, which caused rapid, although moderate, re-advance of the glaciers, until the beginning of the Holocene when the climate became relatively stable and warm. These successive glacial advances and retreats during the Last Deglaciation have shaped much of the European landscape, reflecting abrupt climatic fluctuations.
|European Glacial Landscapes; Deglaciation; European regions; glacial retreat; paleoclimatologists; Environmental science
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|06 Dec 2022
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