DOI:10.7202/032734AR
Corpus ID: 129789393
Late Wisconsinan Deglaciation and Champlain Sea Invasion in the St. Lawrence Valley, Québec
M. Parent, S. Occhietti
Published 2007
Geology

Geographie Physique Et Quaternaire
Champlain Sea history is directly linked to Late Wisconsinan deglacial episodes. Champlain Sea Phase I (Charlesbourg Phase) began in the Quebec area at about 12.4 ka. It represented a western… Expand
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