Die eiszeitliche Vergletscherung des Bayerischen Waldes

Peter Ergenzinger
Corries, abrupt slopes, steep heads closing basin-like valleys, waterfalls and rapids are the characteristic association of land forms in the highest parts of the Bayrischer Wald (Bavaria) above about 1000 m. Such forms are also to be found in areas lower than the previously described boulder moraines and offer proof of an extensive glaciation. A C-14 determination of a sample from the ground moraine occurring in a sandpit near the Schustersäge in the Reschwasser Valley...