The glaciated landscape of Mount Cook (Download only)

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Chinn, T.; Coates, G. 1993 The glaciated landscape of Mount Cook. Lower Hutt: Institute of Geological & Nuclear Sciences. Institute of Geological & Nuclear Sciences information series 21. 6 p.



To journey up the Tasman Valley from the Mackenzie Basin to Mt Cook Village is to travel through the past 100 000 years of time - from rocky moraines and gravel outwash plains that mark the limits of the great glaciers of the Ice Ages, to the rubble of yesterday's flood. Here today a relentless battle continues between mountain uplift and erosion by water and ice. This brochure describes the landscape of the Mt Cook region. (auths)