DOI:​10.1016/j.quascirev.2020.106223
Corpus ID: 216161361
An updated radiocarbon-based ice margin chronology for the last deglaciation of the North American Ice Sheet Complex
A. Dalton, M. Margold, +68 authors H. E. Wright
Published 2020
Geology

Quaternary Science Reviews
Abstract The North American Ice Sheet Complex (NAISC; consisting of the Laurentide, Cordilleran and Innuitian ice sheets) was the largest ice mass to repeatedly grow and decay in the Northern… Expand
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