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Download Citation On Jan 1, 2005, J. Herget and others published Reconstruction of Pleistocene ice-dammed lake . Article in Special Paper of the Geological Society of America 386 · January 2005 with 66 Reads. How we measure 'reads'.

Article in Special Paper of the Geological Society of America 386 · January 2005 with 66 Reads.

Current Publisher: Geological Society of America (1. 130). Published: 1 January 2005. by Geological Society of America. Articles in this journal. Special Paper 386: Reconstruction of Pleistocene Ice-Dammed Lake Outburst Floods in the Altai Mountains, Siberia. in Special Paper 386: Reconstruction of Pleistocene Ice-Dammed Lake Outburst Floods in the Altai Mountains, Siberia. Special Paper 386: Reconstruction of Pleistocene Ice-Dammed Lake Outburst Floods in the Altai Mountains, Siberia, Volume 386, pp 1-2; doi:10.

University of Bonn (Bonn, Germany). Previous studies on floods of comparable magnitude, such as the drainage of Pleistocene Lake Bonneville and the outburst flood of Lake Missoula, the most representative values for the roughness coefficient were determined in the range of 0,04< n <0,07. Hence, for the calculation of the outburst floods in the Altai Mountains, the upper and the limits were considered as extremes.

Herget J (2005) Reconstruction of Pleistocene ice-dammed lake outburst floods in the Altai-Mountains, Siberia. Johnsen TF, Brennand TA (2006) The environment in and around ice-dammed lakes in the moderately high relief setting of the southern Canadian Cordillera

Herget J (2005) Reconstruction of Pleistocene ice-dammed lake outburst floods in the Altai-Mountains, Siberia. Geological Society of America Special Paper 386, pp 1‒118Google Scholar. Herget J, Schütte F, Klosterhalfen A (2015) Empirical modelling of outburst flood hydrographs. Z Geomorphol Supplementary Issues 59:177–198CrossRefGoogle Scholar. Johnsen TF, Brennand TA (2006) The environment in and around ice-dammed lakes in the moderately high relief setting of the southern Canadian Cordillera. Boreas 35:106–125CrossRefGoogle Scholar. Junge FW (1998) Die Bändertone Mitteldeutschlands und angrenzender Gebiete.

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ISBN 10: 0813723868 ISBN 13: 9780813723860. Publisher: Geological Society of Amer, 2005.

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For the entire Altai Mountains the current ice coverage is ~909 km2 (Carling e. .The highest mountain of the Siberian Altai Mountains is Mount Belucha. Lists with This Book. Yer Exhaustion Springs My Underwheel Glandular.

GSA Special Paper 386. In the Altai Mountains, located in southern Siberia, some of the largest floods in Earth’s history occurred in Pleistocene times. The floods were caused by ice-dammed lake outburst floods comparable with glacial Lake Missoula events. The volume also focuses on the paleohydraulic interpretation of the traces of the floods to reconstruct their magnitudes and characteristics.

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Geological Society of America Special Paper, 144. Baker, V. R. (2002). The study of superfloods. Reconstruction of Pleistocene Ice-Dammed Lake Outburst Floods in the Altai Mountains, Siberia. Geological Soceity of America, Special Paper 386. Hiscott, R. N. (1994). Mountain ice-dammed lakes of southern Siberia and their influence on the development and regime of the intracontinental run-off systems of north Asia in Late Pleistocene. In Palaeohydrology and Environmental Change, eds. Beninto, . and Gregory, K.Chichester: John Wiley & Sons, pp. 215–234. Rudoy, A. and Baker, V. (1993).