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The particle size and provenance signature of glacial till from the Lonewolf Nunataks at the head of Byrd Glacier, Antarctica, show evidence of subglacial origin and therefore provide new information about ice-covered bedrock of East Antarctica. Particle-size data from ice-cored moraines at Lonewolf Nunataks show more abundant silt and clay (>50% fines) than active lateral moraines along downstream sites (<10% fines), and 25% of pebbles are faceted and/or striated. Sand and pebbles from moraines at Lonewolf Nunataks are a mix of locally derived Beacon Supergroup rocks and exotic felsic igneous and metamorphic rocks. The U/Pb detrital zircon data from the...

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