interlobate moraine

interlobate moraine

[¦in·tər′lō‚bāt mə′rān]
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Recent 1:24,000 scale mapping sponsored by the Central Great Lakes Geologic Mapping Coalition and STATEMAP show that the area denoted as the interlobate moraine of the Saginaw lobe is actually composed mainly of kames that lie within of a zone of collapsed outwash and lacustrine sediments.
Geological accounts of its origins as an interlobate moraine (formed between two glaciers) reinforced its image as a distinctive landscape feature.