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  • A discussion regarding weathering in the western Cape mountains, South Africa : implications for pleistocene cryoclastic debris production
  • The extensive angular Pleistocene debris covers of the western Cape have been attributed to cryoclastic origin. However, evidence of chemical weathering and lichen growth is presented suggesting further research is necessary. - (AJC)
  • ) DEEPENING OF THE BASIS AT THE TIME OF GLACIER MELTING (RESIDUAL GLACIER STAGE)| C) PRESENT DAY DEEPENING DUE TO THE CO RICH WATERS OF SNOW MELTING AND THE IMPORTANCE OF CRYOCLASTIC PROCESSES. IN EVERY CASE THE STRUCTURAL CONDITIONS AND THE ROCK FRACTURE PLAY
  • of 3500 m.a.s. The lower limit of the snow patches on the south-exposed slopes is found at 4300 m.a.s. All relevant micro- and mesoforms are described. Complex processes of sorting, cryoturbation, nivation or simple cryoclastism determine the genesis
  • On the basis of regional investigations in Svalbard, Greenland, and northern Canada. Arctic coasts are climatic-morphologically an independent perimarine zone. Coastal glaciation, cryoclastic cliff-formation, arctic shoreline pebbles, thermoabrasion