DOI:​10.1016/J.GEOMORPH.2017.12.001
Corpus ID: 134751299
Laurentide ice sheet meltwater routing along the Iro-Mohawk River, eastern New York, USA
Charles J. Porreca, J. Briner, A. Kozlowski
Published 2018
Geology
Geomorphology
Abstract The rerouting of meltwater as the configuration of ice sheets evolved during the last deglaciation is thought to have led to some of the most significant perturbations to the climate system… Expand
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