DOI:​10.1016/0277-3791(94)90009-4
Corpus ID: 129248740
The impact of glacial lake runoff on the goldthwait and champlain seas: The relationship between glacial lake agassiz runoff and the younger dryas
C. G. Rodrigues, G. Vilks
Published 1994
Geology
Quaternary Science Reviews
Abstract The freshwater flux to the North Atlantic Ocean during the last deglaciation included runoff (meltwater plus precipitation) from glacial Lake St Lawrence (ca. 11.6 ka BP), from glacial Lake… Expand
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