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Corrigendum to “Revised quaternary glacial succession and post-LGM recession, southern Wind River Range, Wyoming, USA” (Quaternary Science Reviews (2018) 192 (167–184), (S027737911830026X), (10.1016/j.quascirev.2018.05.020))

Document Type

Article

Journal/Book/Conference Title

Quaternary Science Reviews

Volume

212

First Page

219

Last Page

220

Abstract

When this paper was originally published, there was an error in the second from last sentence of the Abstract. The correct sentence should read: “From this evidence, the Temple Lake Alloformation of the Wind River Mountains now should correspond to the INTIMATE GS-2.1a (Oldest Dryas) stadial event while the Alice Lake Alloformation should correspond roughly to the INTIMATE GS-1 stadial (IACP-Younger Dryas).” The authors also inadvertently omitted from the discussion and Figure 9 the estimates for the re-advances of glaciers in the Sierra Nevada (California, USA) during Tioga-4 (∼16.2 ka) and Recess Peak (∼13.3 ka) reported by Phillips (2016, 2017). Please find the corrected references and Figure 9 below: References: Phillips, Fred M., 2016. Cosmogenic nuclide data sets from the Sierra Nevada, California, for assessment of nuclide production models: I. Late Pleistocene glacial chronology. Quat. Geochron. 35, 119–129. DOI: http://doi.org/10.1016/j.quageo.2015.12.003. Phillips, F., 2017. Glacial chronology of the Sierra Nevada, California, from the last Glacial Maximum to the Holocene. Cuad. de Invest. Geogr. 43 (2), 527–552. DOI: http://doi.org/10.18172/cig.3233. [figure-presented] Fig. 9 Summary of chronologies for Lateglacial-Holocene glacial activity in the Wind River Range [Fremont Lake Type Area (FLTA), Sinks Canyon, North Fork Canyon, Helen Lake, Bigfoot Lake, Temple Lake Type Locality (Marcott, 2011) and Titcomb Basin] normalized to the GISP2 2-m 18O record (Stuiver et al., 1995). Error bars approximate 1-sigma un-certainties. Grey dots represent individual 10Be exposure ages from Alice Lake moraines; black dots represent individual exposure ages from Temple Lake moraines. Black triangles represent exposure ages from terminal moraines at the FLTA and Pine Bar Ranch; open triangles represent ages from moraines PD-2 and PD-3 in Sinks Canyon and moraines DP-1 and DP-2 in North Fork Canyon. Solid grey and black squares represent unweighted arithmetic averages of ages on moraine groups mapped as ‘Alice Lake’ and ‘Temple Lake’. YD = Younger Dryas (GS-1 event of Rasmussen et al., 2014); IACP = Intra-Allerød Cold Period; BA = Bølling/Allerød; OD = Oldest Dryas (GS-2.1a event of Rasmussen et al., 2014). Ages for the Fremont Lake Type Area (FLTA) and Titcomb Lake are from Shakun et al. (2015). Average ages for the SE Alps are generalized from Ivy-Ochs (2015; personal oral communication, 2016) and Böhlert et al. (2011); average age estimates shown for the Sierras (CA) are from Phillips (2016, 2017). The age of Heinrich Event-1 is from Hemming (2004) and Rood et al. (2011).

Department

Department of Geography

Original Publication Date

5-15-2019

DOI of published version

10.1016/j.quascirev.2019.03.029

Repository

UNI ScholarWorks, Rod Library, University of Northern Iowa

Language

en

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