volume 13, issue 1, P59-74 1977
DOI: 10.1144/sjg13010059
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Abstract: SYNOPSISMoulding of bedrock, excavation of glacial breaches and carry of erratics indicate that a major ice sheet overran the Dulnain valley from the S and W. The ice sheet later wasted away, releasing meltwaters that cut glacial drainage channels and deposited eskers, kames and kame terraces whose distribution enables reconstruction of the deglaciation. Glacial drainage was concentrated on the northern side of the valley and was augmented by exotic meltwaters that flowed into the Dulnain valley at numerous l…

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