Pleistocene crees in Cyrenaica (Libya)

R. W. Hey
Northern Cyrenaica is an area of limestone hills with deep and narrow valleys. On the sides of these valleys are Pleistocene screes of two ages. The earlier are cemented and are interbedded with terraced gravels, the later are not cemented and have no associated terraces. Both series of screes can be correlated archeologically with the sequence in the cave of Haua Fteah, where a climatic succession has been obtained by Higgs (1961). It is found...