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A new hypothesis to explain water-level control in proglacial Lake Barlow-Ojibway
Written in English
|LC Classifications||QE 697 M535 1976 thesis|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||33|
QUATERNARY RESEARCH 1, () Retreat of the Laurentide Ice Sheet F to Years Ago H. E. WRIGHT, JR.' The intricate pattern of moraines of the Laurentide ice sheet in the Great Lakes region reflects the marked lobation of the ice margin in late Wisconsin time, and this in turn reflects the distribution of steam-cut lowlands etched in preglacial times in the weak-rock belts Cited by: A. the region where a body of water empties into an ocean or lake. B. a known source of pollution. C. all of the land area that drains into a body of water. D. the immediate shoreline area that surrounds a lake.
Piston cores from deep-water bottom deposits in Lake Ontario contain shallow-water sediments such as, shell-rich sand and silt, marl, gyttja, and formerly exposed shore deposits including woody detritus, peat, sand and gravel, that are indicative of past periods of significantly lower water levels. These and other water-level indicators such as changes in rates of sedimentation, mollusc Cited by: The climate of the last deglaciation is marked by a series of abrupt changes in temperature. Of particular note is the Younger Dryas (YD) episode at ca. ka that is often described as a millennial-length rapid return to glacial-like conditions over much of the North Atlantic region (Alley, ).While a variety of mechanisms have been proposed to explain this cooling, including a volcanic.
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The evolution of Lakes Barlow and Ojibway, two large ice-contact glacial lakes that covered parts of northern Ontario and western Québec from about – ka BP, during the retreat of the Laurentide Ice Sheet, was reconstructed using deglaciation landforms, ice-flow indicators inscribed on bedrock, 14 C dates of early postglacial vegetation accumulated in lake basins, the distribution of Cited by: Bering Glacier is the foremost glacier of this system, with one of the largest proglacial lake-river systems in the world, Vitus Lake, which is linked to the Gulf of Alaska by the Seal River.
Vitus Lake, at sea level and > m deep in some locations, receives all of the runoff, rainfall, and glacial melt from the Bering Lobe, which then flows. At that time, an ice-dammed lake reached its maximum water level, which was around m above present sea level.
Drainage of the lake started shortly after 15 ka ago, and the lake was emptied. Supplement to the research article in Sedimentology titled "Turbidite stratigraphy in proglacial lakes – deciphering trigger mechanisms using a statistical approach" by Praet et al.
doi. Department of Earth and Atmospheric Sciences, Indiana University, Bloomington, IndianaUSA, and Center for Geospatial Data Analysis, Indiana Geological and Water Survey, Indiana University, Bloomington, IndianaUSA. Volumes that specifically address Lake Agassiz were published in (Mayer-Oakes, ), (Teller and Clayton, ) and (Thorleifson, ).
A thematic issue of the Journal of Quaternary Science Reviews guest edited by Teller and Kehew emphasized proglacial lake and meltwater runoff in which Lake Agassiz played an important role. Constraints on paleolake levels, spillways and glacial lake history, north-central Ontario, Canada Article (PDF Available) in Journal of Paleolimnology 37(3) April with Reads.
In the pro-glacial Ivory Lake in New Zealand, Hicks et al. () report an average erosion rate for the lake catchment area as high as 14 t km À2 yr À1. About 60% of the sediment delivered.
Lake water level was near the base of a limestone escarpment in the study area ca. ka, about 60 m above the present lake level, and subsequently declined at a rate of about mm a-1 from ca. STRATIGRAPHIC RECORD OF POLLUTION IN SHAGAWA LAKE, NORTHEASTERN MINNESOTA [John P & Megard, Robert O Bradbury] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying : Robert O Bradbury, John P & Megard.
Control measures have included systems that are aimed at preventing culvert blockage by beavers or for maintaining water level control.
( m to m above sea level) and mostly covered by glaciolacustrine clays left by the withdrawal of proglacial Lake Barlow-Ojibway Each model represents a hypothesis that could explain the presence Cited by: 1.
Start studying Chapter 6. Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools. MEASUREMENT, CORRELATION, AND MAPPING OF GLACIAL LAKE ALGONQUIN SHORELINES IN NORTHERN MICHIGAN [Schaetzl, Randall J, et al] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
MEASUREMENT, CORRELATION, AND MAPPING OF GLACIAL LAKE ALGONQUIN SHORELINES IN NORTHERN MICHIGANAuthor: et al Schaetzl, Randall J. The sediments of Lake Superior include a sequence of rhythmites that should provide an annual stratigraphic record of eastern Lake Agassiz discharge and regional deglaciation (Fig.
1A–E).Such a record would uniquely detail the flux of Lake Agassiz and ice sheet water into the St. Lawrence Seaway and North Atlantic Ocean: discharges which may have been great enough to disrupt North Atlantic Cited by: Glacial Lake McConnell was a large proglacial lake that encompasses the current basins of Lake Athabasca, Great Bear Lake, and Great Slave Lake.
In addition, as the Laurentide Ice Sheet retreated from the centre of the con-tinent, a massive lake, Glacial Lake Agassiz, began to form. Over a period of. AREAL DISTRIBUTION AND STRATIGRAPHY OF DIATOMS IN THE SEDIMENTS OF LAKE SALLIE, MINNESOTA [Bradbury, John P & Winter, T.C.] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
AREAL DISTRIBUTION AND STRATIGRAPHY OF DIATOMS IN THE SEDIMENTS OF LAKE Author: T.C. Bradbury, John P & Winter. integral part of a basic lake assessment. A lake's temperature variations are important in influencing what types and how many fish will live and reproduce in that lake.
Low oxygen levels may restrict where fish can go within a lake and limit the types and numbers of fish in the lake's bottom waters.
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Partial harvesting has been proposed as a key aspect to implementing ecosystem management in the Canadian boreal forest. We report on a replicated experiment located in boreal mixedwoods of Northwestern Quebec. In the winter of –, two partial harvesting treatments, one using a dispersed pattern, and a second, which created a ( m2) gap pattern, were applied to a year-old Cited by:.
Water level in the Lake Michigan basin must have been controlled by something other than the threshold elevation of the outlet.
Based on radiocarbon age control of events in the Lake Michigan basin, Mickelson et al. () suggested an alternative to Bretz' () outlet-control model for lake Cited by: This paper presents the results of our geomorphological mapping and stratigraphic analyses in the Torres del Paine region and provides the critical foundation for: (1) reconstructing the former glacial and proglacial environments and associated landscape changes in the area; (2) understanding the pattern of deglaciation and associated environmental changes as ice receded back into the Andes Cited by: There is now a great deal of controversy over Lake Agas-siz’s eastward drainage to the western Superior basin, and much of it has to do with routing and chronology (Teller and Thorleifson, ; Thorleifson, ; Teller et al.
; Lowell et al., ).The interest in whether a large volume of meltwater drained eastward or not, and if so when it drained, largely focuses on the hypothesis.