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Sunday, 3 June 2012

Maps Showing Stages in the Deglaciation of North America

Maps Showing Stages in the Deglaciation of North America

For those people interested in background information for
the Younger Dryas impact hypothesis, a paper with maps
showing the stages in the last Pleistocene deglaciation of
North America can downloaded from online for free for a
period of time.

The paper is:

Dyke, A. S., 2004, An outline of North American deglaciation
with emphasis on central and northern Canada. in J. Ehlers and
P.L. Gibbard, eds., pp. 373-424, Quaternary Glaciations-Extent
and Chronology — Part II: North America. vol. 2, Part B.
Elsiever, New York, New York.

The paper can be downloaded from
http://academic.macewan.ca/furzem/files/2011/10/Dyke-2004.pdf

The link to this paper is in "October 3rd – Yellowknife" at
http://academic.macewan.ca/furzem/2011/10/03/october-3rd-yellowknife/

An animation showing the deglaciation of North America
can be found in “The Last Deglaciation of North America,
21,400 - 5700 years ago, animation” at
http://emvc.geol.ucsb.edu/2_infopgs/IP2IceAge/aDeglacNoAm.html

Best wishes,

Paul H.