1958-07 Wisconsin Age Forests in Western Ohio . II , Vegetation and Burial Conditions

@inproceedings{Burns2004195807WA,
  title={1958-07 Wisconsin Age Forests in Western Ohio . II , Vegetation and Burial Conditions},
  author={Burns},
  year={2004}
}
Much of what is known of Wisconsin vegetational history has come through study of bog deposits and, although wood fragments have been found rather widely in space and time, little concerted effort has been made to utilize them in interpreting the vegetation, climate and glacial history of the period. In the studies here reported, Wisconsin forest remains of three distinct time periods (ranging from 8,500 to more than 40,000 years ago) were investigated from 14 localities in Ohio and one in… CONTINUE READING

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