New data on the Late Pleistocene deposits at Wadowice in the Carpathian Foothills

Krzysztof Grzybowski, Krzysztof Bińka


At the NW end of Wadow ice, on the upland neighbouring the Skawa River valley, the sequence of the Vistulian deposits comprises the Older Pleniglacial solifluctional and deluvial silts, as well as the deluvial silts and clays deposited in a small and shallow depression during the Interpleniglacial and the Younger Pleniglacial loess-like silts displaced by slope processes. The 14C dated Interpleniglacial deposits originated in a tree-less environment during the Hengelo and Denekamp Interstadials.

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