Haggerty, "Modeling the subglacial hydrology of the late Pleistocene Lake Michigan Lobe, Laurentide
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Lakes of the Huron basin: their record of runoff from the Laurentide
Long, long ago the Laurentide
glacier had flattened what was to become southern Ontario into a wide, ble noir pancake.
Three of the six field trips offered during the May 2013 GSA North-Central Section meeting describe the regional, surficial geology of southwest Michigan, detailing the glacial landforms and sedimentary features formed by the Laurentide
Ice Sheet, the development of sand dune complexes, and coastal bluff erosion issues.
This delta, informally named the Dowagiac Delta, formed in a glacial lake impounded by the Laurentide
ice sheet while it sat at the Charlotte moraine.
In another announcement, Resolute said last week that it would shutter a machine at its Laurentide
mill in Shawinigan, Quebec, which would idle about 111 jobs, or just less than one-third of the workforce at the mill.
Summary: TEHRAN (FNA)- For more than 30 years, climate scientists have debated whether flood waters from melting of the enormous Laurentide
Ice Sheet, which ushered in the last major cold episode on Earth about 12,900 years ago, flowed northwest into the Arctic first, or east via the Gulf of St.Lawrence, to weaken ocean thermohaline circulation and have a frigid effect on global climate.
It did not appear south of the area covered by the Laurentide
Ice Sheet (which reached its most recent and maximum extent about 18,000 years ago) until 10,000 to 12,000 years ago, when it is found in southern Alberta, southern Saskatchewan, and the bordering US states.
General Paint and Societe Laurentide
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The findings suggest that in the past, a rise of 3-4[degrees]C was enough to trigger a mass discharge of icebergs--known as a Heinrich event--from the Laurentide
Ice Sheet in what is now Canada.
(1989), who suggested that ir was caused by a shift in the direction of freshwater run-off from the collapsing Laurentide
ice sheet, whereby the freshening of the surface of the Atlantic over the North Atlantic Deep Water formation sites would lead to a sharp diminution of the strength of the MOC.
We interpret this vertebra as probably deriving from an animal living in a tundra or taiga setting at a distance of 100 to 200 km from the southern edge of the Laurentide