Another example of an inner gorge

Typical inner gorge cut into small tributary basin underlain by readily erodible calcareous schist and flysch. Gorge incision could be interpreted as a purely postglacial fluvial adjustment process in glacially carved hanging tributary valleys.

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Photo courtesy of Fritz Schlunegger, Univ. Berne, Switzerland.
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