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Late Pleistocene history of northeastern New England and adjacent Quebec

Late Pleistocene history of northeastern New England and adjacent Quebec

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Published by Geological Society of America in Boulder, Colo .
Written in English

    Places:
  • New England,
  • Québec (Province)
    • Subjects:
    • Glacial epoch -- New England -- Congresses.,
    • Glacial epoch -- Québec (Province) -- Congresses.,
    • Geology, Stratigraphic -- Pleistocene -- Congresses.

    • Edition Notes

      Statementedited by Harold W. Borns, Jr., Pierre LaSalle, Woodrow B. Thompson.
      SeriesSpecial paper ;, 197, Special papers (Geological Society of America) ;, no. 197.
      ContributionsBorns, H. W., LaSalle, Pierre, 1931-, Thompson, Woodrow B., Geological Society of America. Northeastern Section.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsQE697 .L2953 1985
      The Physical Object
      Paginationix, 159 p. :
      Number of Pages159
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL2863067M
      ISBN 100813721970
      LC Control Number84025965

      The Québec North Shore Moraine System: a major feature of late Wisconsin deglaciation. In Late Pleistocene History of Northeastern New England and adjacent Québec Jan Author: Ian Brookes. P. Thompson (Thom) Davis does research in glacial geology and climate change in arctic and alpine areas, including Baffin Island in Canadian Arctic, the American Cordillera, and northern New England.

      Read this book on Questia. The Far Northeast, a peninsula incorporating the six New England states, New York east of the Hudson, Quebec south of the St. Lawrence River and Gulf of St. Lawrence, and the Maritime Provinces, provided the setting for a distinct chapter in the peopling of North America. Physiographic regions of New York 10 Late Pleistocene landscapes and key deglacial events in eastern New York and vicinity 12 Schematic of maximum footprint of Glacial Lake Albany 12 Digital elevation map of west- central New York, showing west- to- .

      The soil alive today in New England is the result of millions of years of glacial history on earth. "The environmental setting for human colonization of northern New England and adjacent Canada in Late Pleistocene time." Harold W., Jr. (from Late Pleistocene History of Northeastern New England and Adjacent Quebec. Get this from a library! Late Pleistocene archaeology and ecology in the far Northeast. [Claude Chapdelaine; Association des archéologues du Québec.;] -- The Far Northeast, a peninsula incorporating the six New England states, New York east of the Hudson, Quebec south of the St. Lawrence River and Gulf of St. Lawrence, and the Maritime Provinces.


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Late Pleistocene history of northeastern New England and adjacent Quebec Download PDF EPUB FB2

Till stratigraphy in New Hampshire: correlations with adjacent New England and Quebec / Carl Koteff and Fred Pessl, Jr. --Sub-till saprolites in southeastern Quebec and adjacent New England: erosional, stratigraphic, and climatic significance / Pierre LaSalle, Christian R.

De Kimpe, and Marc R. Laverdiere --The deglaciation of the northern. A relict ice cap occupied northeastern Maine during the last phase of late Wisconsinan deglaciation.

This ice cap had a northeast-southwest trending axis and occupied a perimeter defined by the Aroostook River Valley and by the Fish River, St.

Froid, Eagle, Square, Cross, Mud, and Long Lakes. The Far Northeast, a peninsula incorporating the six New England states, New York east of the Hudson, Quebec south of the St. Lawrence River and Gulf of St. Lawrence, and the Maritime Provinces, provided the setting for a distinct chapter in the peopling of North America/5(3).

Late Pleistocene History of Northeastern New England and Adjacent Quebec (Geological Society of America) by Harold W.

Borns | Mar 1, Paperback. Prior to about it was generally accepted that northern New England and adjacent Canada were progressively deglaciated from southeast to northwest during Late Pleistocene time. Chalmers and E. Antevs thought differently, but their views were not seriously considered, although their models were basically correct as we understand the deglaciation pattern today.

Late Pleistocene History of Northeastern New England and Adjacent Quebec Early Wisconsinan in the north-central part of the Lake Erie basin: A new interpretation The Last Interglacial-Glacial Transition in North America.

Late Pleistocene History of Northeastern New England and Adjacent Quebec The Québec North Shore Moraine System: A major feature of Late Wisconsin deglaciation Applications of cosmogenic nuclides to Laurentide Ice Sheet history and dynamics. Late Pleistocene History of Northeastern New England and Adjacent Quebec Sunnybrook drift in the Toronto area, Canada: Reinvestigation and reinterpretation The Last Interglacial-Glacial Transition in.

QUATERNARY RESEA() Late Glacial and Early Holocene Landscapes in Northern New England and Adjacent Areas of Canada R. DAVIS AND G. JACOBSON, JR. Department of Botany and Plant Pathology and Institute for Quaternary Studies, University of by: Holocene and late pleistocene geology of the napoleon hollow site in the lower Illinois Valley, Thomas R.

Styles,Kampsville Archaeological Center, Research Series Volume 5, + xviii pp., $, paper. Arthur Bettis III; Pages: ; First Published: The Far Northeast, a peninsula incorporating the six New England states, New York east of the Hudson, Quebec south of the St.

Lawrence River and Gulf of St. Lawrence, and the Maritime Provinces, provided the setting for a distinct chapter in the peopling of North America.

ern New England and adjacent southeastern Québec has been debated for nearly a century. A useful introduction on the development of early concepts, which we do not intend to review here, may be found in the latest book on the Late Pleistocene history of the northern Appalachians (Borns et al., ).

The latest chapters came about when reports of. The Far Northeast, a peninsula incorporating the six New England states, New York east of the Hudson, Quebec south of the St. Lawrence River and Gulf of St. Lawrence, and the Maritime Provinces, provided the setting for a distinct chapter in the peopling of North America.

Late Pleistocene Archaeology and Ecology in the Far Northeast focuses on. LATE QUATERNARY HISTORY OF NORTHEASTERN NEW YORK AND ADJACENT PARTS OF VERMONT AND QUEBEC 70TH ANNUAL REUNION NORTHEAST FRIENDS OF THE PLEISTOCENE Hosted by State University of New York at Plattsburgh June, David A.

Franzi, John A. Rayburn, Peter L.K. Knuepfer and Thomas M. CroninFile Size: 2MB. Late Pleistocene Archaeology and Ecology in the Far Northeast by Claude Chapdelaine and Christopher J. Ellis Eight contributions adapted from presentations given at a symposium held at the annual meeting of the Quebec Archaeological Association in Sherbrooke; 2 additional contributions and the introd.

written specifically for this book. LaSalle, Pierre & Thompson, Woodrow B. Late Pleistocene History of Northeastern New England and Adjacent Quebec. The Geologicul Society. Till stratigraphy in New Hampshire: Correlations with adjacent New England and Quebec, in Borns, H. W., Jr., and others Late Pleistocene history of northeastern New England and adjacent Quebec: Geol.

Soc. America Special Paperp. The Late Pleistocene is an unofficial sub-epoch in the international geologic timescale in chronostratigraphy, also known as Upper Pleistocene from a stratigraphic perspective. It is intended to be the third division of the Pleistocene Epoch within the ongoing Quaternary Period.

It is currently estimated to span the time between c.and c. 11, years ago. environmental setting for human colonization of northern New England and adjacent Canada in late Pleistocene time.

Pages in H. Borns, Jr., P. LaSalle, and W. Thompson, editors. Late Pleistocene history of northeastern New England and adjacent Quebec. Geological Society of America Special Paper Bowman, P. environmental setting for human colonization of northern New England and adjacent Canada in late Pleistocene time.

Pages in H. Borns, Jr., P. LaSalle, and W. Thompson, editors. Late Pleistocene history of northeastern New England and adjacent Quebec. Geological Society of America Special Paper Brown, J. Geolex — Significant Publications.

Geologic Unit Jr., and others, eds., Late Pleistocene history of northeastern New England and adjacent Quebec: Geological Society of America Special Paper,p. Correlates with surface tills throughout New England and with the Lennoxville Till in Quebec.

Age is late Pleistocene (late.Models of glacial reconstruction and deglaciation applied to Maritime Canada and New England. ln: Bores, H.W. Jr., LaSalle, P. & Thompson, W.B. (eds), Late Pleistocene History of North-eastern New England and Adjacent Canada, Geological Society of America, Special Paper,Cited by: 6.Conifer wood, probably spruce (Picea sp.), of middle Wisconsinan age (29, ± yr B.P.) was recovered from late-glacial lake sediments from Upper South Branch Pond, the wood was derived from a local source, deglaciation of part of northern New England is suggested for this : Anderson, Ronald B.

Davis, Robert Stuckenrath, Robert Stuckenrath, Harold W. Borns.