DOI:​10.1130/0016-7606(1991)103<1032:LWPVHG>2.3.CO;2
Corpus ID: 129396196
Late Wisconsinan, pre-Valley Heads glaciation in the western Mohawk Valley, central New York, and its regional implications
J. C. Ridge, D. Franzi, E. Muller
Published 1991
Geology
Geological Society of America Bulletin
The history of late Wisconsinan, pre- Valley Heads glaciation (about 18-15.5 ka) implies that major glaciological controls, as well as overall climatic warming, influenced the pattern of deglaciation… Expand
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