Illinoian


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Illinoian

[¦il·ə¦nȯi·ən]
(geology)
The third glaciation of the Pleistocene in North America, between the Yarmouth and Sangamon interglacial stages.
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Blatchley's Sand Hill and Dave's Pond both were at the juncture of Illinoian uplands and Wisconsinan lowlands.
There may have been an extensive ice-flee period between the end of the Illinoian glaciations that deposited the Mogadore and Northampton tills (Table 1).
Ochotona and other vertebrates of possible Illinoian age, from Kelso Cave, Halton County, Ontario.
Differences among populations of black guillemots probably also accumulated during periods of population restriction and isolation during the Illinoian and Wisconsin glaciations.
appalachiana may have been eliminated by a cooling climate either at the close of the Miocene or, at latest, during the Illinoian Glaciation (Farrar, 1990).
The Appalachian Glacier Complex in the Canadian Maritime Provinces during the Illinoian and Wisconsinan.
The objective of this study was to create a baseline inventory of diatom species inhabiting unique temporary tipup pools from an old growth forest remnant in the Illinoian tillplain of southeastern Indiana.
Flora and species dominance of Green Prairie, Jasper County, Illinois - A glacial drift hill prairie on Illinoian till.
1990) show the Republican River flowing east and southeasterly approximately where it is today during Illinoian times (~200,000 years ago).
The other is in the Illinoian till plain flatwoods of southeastern Indiana.
Many of these oak-hickory forests, which still contain some of their pre-settlement character, are located on the Illinoian till plain in central Illinois.