Die pleistozäne Vergletscherung und die Frage der Landsenkung im Bereich des Chonos-Archipels/Südchile

Klaus Fischer
In summer 1973 (southern hemisphere!) the Guaitecas-Isles and the Chonos-Archipelago in southern Chile were studied. Tilting or subsidence of the western part of the Patagonian Andes have assumed to be at the origin of the "drowned" valleys, we find there, is proved to be uncorrect. For the first time, the extension of the glaciations can be given for the southern part of the Patagonian Andes from 43° 70' to 46°.