DOI:​10.1016/J.QUASCIREV.2005.02.010
Corpus ID: 129503352
A series of large, Late Wisconsinan meltwater floods through the Champlain and Hudson Valleys, New York State, USA
J. A. Rayburn, P. Knuepfer, D. Franzi
Published 2005
Geology

Quaternary Science Reviews
Abstract The Champlain Valley in northeastern New York lies at the junction of two important Late Wisconsinan proglacial outflow routes, the Hudson Valley to the south and the St. Lawrence Valley to… Expand
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