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《Journal of Glaciology and Geocryology》 1983-04
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Traces of Ancient Glaciations and Their Division in the Quaternary at the Drainage Basin of Halasi River in the Altay Shan of China

Liu Chaohai and Wang Lilun (Lanzhou Institute of Glaciology and Cryopedotogy, Academia Sinica)  
During the Quaternary, the glaciation in the Altay Shan of China reached a magnificent scale. Abundant and numerous traces of ancient glaciation exist in the Altay Shan of China. In the drainage basin of Halasi River, there develop tiering cirques, U-shape valleys and beaded-stringlike lakes, special features of ancient glaciation in the western mountains of China. According to the elevation of the exposure of moraines, weathering condition and their correlation, it was found that during the Quaternary, at least two glaciations, the Halasi glaciation (Late Pleistocene) and the glaciation of the Middle Pleistocene (ice sheet) happened and since Holocene one Neoglaciation of Akekule and the Little Ice Age of Youyi Peak took place in this region also. In Quaternary glaciation, the formation of peneplain before glaciation bore profound influence on type, scale and regime of glaciation.
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