Lokale Vergletscherungsspuren im westlichen Ausläufer des Napfberglandes (Schweiz)

Christian Schlüchter
The Quaternary stratigraphy of the Napf area in Central Switzerland is little known. Two glaciations are said to be recorded by (a) sparse alpine erratics of the "most extensive glaciation (= the classical Rissian)" and (b) by glacigenic landforms and relic deposits of local glaciers during the Würmian. — New observations are presented proving the existence of local small glaciers in the westernmost Napf area at an elevation of 750 m.