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A Study on the Quaternary Glacial Relics in the Gongwang Mountains in the Northeast Part of Yunnan Province

Kuang Mingsheng 1 , Li Jijun 2 , Zhao Yu 3 , Chen Xunqian 3 , Zhang Yaping 3 and Guo Tianxiong 3 (1 Department of Geography, Southwest China Normal University, Chongqing 630715; 2 Department of Geography, Lanzhou University,  
Two Quaternary Glaciations were distinguished, and many typical glacial landforms were found mainly over two alpine areas, Jiaozhishan and Yaojintang-Niudongping, above 3100 m a s l in the Gongwang Mountains The glacial landforms were mainly cirque, glacial rock basin and flank moraine, showing alpine cirque glaciers had occurred According to the forming sequence and scattered feature of the glacial landforms, the Quaternary Glaciation should be separated into two periods: Last Glaciation (including Late Glaciation and Last Glacial Maximum); Penultimate Glaciation
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