Warta Glaciation in the Warsaw Region based on recent thermoluminescence datings

Stanisław Fedorowicz, Krzysztof Grzybowski, Leszek Marks


Basing on thermoluminescence datings of Quatemary sediments from three well-known key sites in the Warsaw Region (Mochty near Zakroczym, Dębe near Serock and Warka-Winiary), a thick till bed ascribed commonly to the Odra Glaciation, seems to be rather of the Warta Glaciation age and its ice sheet advanced presumably to the south of the Lower Pilca valley. Varved clays that cap the sections at Mochty and Dębe could be deposited during the Wisła Glaciation.

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