River incision , circulation , and wind regime of Pleistocene Lake Bonneville , USA

a r t i c l e i n f o Pleistocene Lake Bonneville of the western U.S. and its associated alluvial systems present a unique opportunity to understand the relationship between prevailing winds of the time, lake circulation, and river incision. The lake underwent a catastrophic flooding event ∼ 18,300 yr B.P. resulting in the incision of streams entering the… (More)