Glaciers and Geography

Glaciers and Geography - Occasional Re-Advances Northeast...

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Glaciers and Geography
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Take-Away Points 1. The Pleistocene glaciers profoundly affected world geography and history 2. The Missouri and Ohio Rivers were created because the glaciers blocked existing rivers 3. The Great Lakes were excavated by the glaciers 4. The English Channel was formed because the glaciers blocked existing rivers 5. The ice affected migration of humans into the Americas
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Northern Hemisphere Ice Caps
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Drainage Diversion, Missouri River, North Dakota
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Mid-Pleistocene Drainage in the Midwest
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Pre-Pleistocene Drainage in the Midwest?
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Ice Retreat, Canada
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Glacial Retreat, Europe
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Pluvial Lakes, Southwest U.S.
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Pleistocene Rivers, Indonesia
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Excavation of Great Lakes Basins
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Unformatted text preview: Occasional Re-Advances Northeast Tilting of Crust Lakes in Hudson Bay Basin Sea Floods Hudsons Bay The Present North Sea Pleistocene Western Europe Pre-Pleistocene Western Europe Siberian Super-Rivers? Coming to America Take-Away Points The Pleistocene glaciers profoundly affected world geography and history The Missouri and Ohio Rivers were created because the glaciers blocked existing rivers The Great Lakes were excavated by the glaciers The English Channel was formed because the glaciers blocked existing rivers The ice affected migration of humans into the Americas...
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