Neue Erkenntnisse zur Entstehung pleistozäner Talverfüllungen

Michael Becht
In the course of the Pleistocene, thick loose sediments were deposited in side valleys of the limestone Alps. The glaciers advanced from the main valleys into the side valleys and shaped them into sedimentary basins. The morainic deposit in the Lainbach valley near Benediktbeuern has so far been explained as a sediment which had been deposited in a glacially dammed lake. But a comparision of the mass of the late — to post glacial eroded...