Geomorphology map of the marine and transitional terraces and raised shorelines of the Península Juan Mazía, Tierra Del Fuego. Straits of Magellan – Chile

Sandro De Muro, Angelo Di Grande, Antonio Brambati, Angelo Ibba
2014 Journal of Maps  
This manuscript presents a detailed map (1:50,000) of the geomorphology of the marine and transitional terraces and raised shorelines linked to Holocene-Pleistocene (?) glacio-eustatic variations in Península Juan Mazía situated on the Segunda Angostura in the western area of the Straits of Magellan. The Main Map, centered on approximately 528 40' and 52860', was compiled through geomorphological survey in the field integrated with interpretation of aerial photographs and remote-sensing
more » ... ote-sensing imagery. The survey has allowed mapping of a regular sequence of terraces and raised shorelines represented mainly by marine, and partially by transitional terraced deposits, located in four orders at the respective elevations of 18425 m, 6411 m, 345 m and 142 m above mean sea level. The Main Map also provides other features such as landforms and deposits, due to littoral, running water, glacial and wind processes.
doi:10.1080/17445647.2014.970592 fatcat:fadqpudxd5bmfb6j2jnhpplooq