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... northeastern U.S. and adjacent parts of Canada had been completely covered
by a massive sheet of ice during the periods of glaciation of the Pleistocene
Epoch (the Pleistocene began about 2,500,000 years ago and ended 10,000
years a ...
He did, however, continue to produce translations, mostly of French works. Flint,
Richard Foster (b. March 1, 1902, Chicago), glaciologist known for his extensive
studies of the Pleistocene Epoch (2,500,000 to 10,000 years ago). He has been ...
The present Great Lakes of North America, Lakes Huron, Superior, Erie,
Michigan, and Ontario, are the end products of Pleistocene glacial activity. The
modern Great Lakes are situated in stream valleys that were repeatedly made
larger by ...
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