volume 15, issue 2, P153-160 1979
DOI: 10.1144/sjg15020153
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Abstract: SYNOPSISDuring the period of glacial retreat that followed the Loch Lomond Advance maximum, a sequence of ice-dammed lakes formed in the Loch Tulla area of East Argyll, Scotland. The main evidence for this lake sequence consists of abandoned shorelines at altitudes of 332 m, 323 m, 319 m, 315 m and 248 m above sea level. These shorelines are restricted to the eastern part of the Tulla basin, and their altitudes correspond with these of local outlet cols. It is considered that the lakes formed on the eastern m…

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