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Glacial and Quaternary geology
The North America landscape north of about 40°N was extensively glaciated during the last Ice Age, which ended about 14,000 years ago. Thus, much of the landscapes that we see around us was createdExpand
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Glacial and Pleistocene geology
Based on Dr. Flint's well-known Glacial Geology and the Pleistocene Epoch, this entirely new book reflects the unprecedented advances in Pleistocene research during recent years. The author describesExpand
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Origin of the Cheney-Palouse scabland tract, Washington
SCOPE OF STUDY The remarkable system of abandoned valleys and channels trenched into the basalt of the Columbia Plateau in eastern Washington has long attracted attention. I have had opportunity toExpand
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Quaternary glaciations and environments of northern Isla Chiloé, Chile
Author9s Note. I should like to preface this paper with a few remarks, as the work of Richard Foster Flint, who died in June 1976, was a major key to interpreting the Quaternary of Isla Chiloe.Expand
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Growth of North American Ice Sheet During the Wisconsin Age
The evidence of separate Labradorian and Keewatin centers of radial glacial flow is confined almost wholly to very late Wisconsin time, and indicates that these centers shifted their positions widelyExpand
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Quaternary geology of Boulder Mountain, Aquarius Plateau, Utah
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Postglacial Hypsithermal Interval.
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Glacial Drift in the Eastern Argentine Andes between Latitude 41° 10' S. and Latitude 43° 10' S
The segment of the Argentine Andes between lat 41°109 S. and lat 43°109 S. was formerly occupied by a thick mountain ice sheet, which in places spread as far east as long 71° W. The eastern limit ofExpand
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