DOI:​10.1111/J.1365-3091.2012.01357.X
Corpus ID: 129534478
Time‐transgressive tunnel‐valley infill revealed by a three‐dimensional sedimentary model, Hamburg, north‐west Germany
A. Janszen, J. Moreau, +2 authors J. Kröger
Published 2013
Geology
Sedimentology
Deep, elongated incisions, often referred to as tunnel valleys, are among the most characteristic landforms of formerly glaciated terrains. It is commonly thought that tunnel valleys were formed by… Expand
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