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Thereforethe opportunityto apply ice corepaleoclimatic techniques to thelow latitude,highaltitudeglaciers merits particularattention. Ice capslocatedin areas dominated by markedseasonal variationsin weatherpatternsgenerally containa distinctseasonality thatmay be preservedin the visibleand (or) chemical stratigraphy. , 1979]. ) is situated in theeasternmostglaciated mountain chainof thePeruvianAndes(Figure1). The ice capcoversapproximately 55 km2, hasa summitelevationof 5670m, and lies on top of a gentlyundulatingignimbriteplateau.

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