Late-Pleistocene Sequence in the Connecticut Valley

@inproceedings{FlintLatePleistoceneSI,
  title={Late-Pleistocene Sequence in the Connecticut Valley},
  author={Richard Foster Flint}
}
Introduction In a former study of the glacial geology of Connecticut the writer (Flint, 1930)2stated the opinion that the terraces of gravel, sand, silt, and clay, that are conspicuous features of the Connecticut Valley, are of lacustrine origin, deposited in contact with wasting glacier ice. More recently (Flint, 1932), he amended this interpretation, considering the mode of deposition to be dominantly fluvial and the lowest terraces not to be of ice-contact origin. The present paper embodies… CONTINUE READING

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