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Geomorphic significance of fluvial systems tied to the hydrological cycle. Causes and Characteristics of Stream Flow. Erosion, Transportation and Deposition. Glacier Deposition and Related Features page , text.

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The Pleistocene was a time when large ice sheets advanced and retreated over North America. Oxygen isotope records from marine core sediments suggest that global climate has gradually cooled from the beginning of the Eocene through the Pleistocene. Oxygen isotope data from deep sea cores reveal that during the past 2 million years there were at least 20 major glaciation periods.

Stratigraphic evidence indicates that there were at least 4 major episodes of Pleistocene glaciation in North America as evidenced by glacial till deposits separated by 4 interglacials as evidenced by soil horizons. The most recent glacial event is called the Wisconsinan Glaciation which began about 70, years ago.

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Ice sheets that grew as a result of the cool temperatures imposed by the Wisconsinan Glaciation Laurentide Ice Sheet in North America and the Fennoscandian Ice Sheet in Northern Europe composed a volume of 43 million cubic kilometres during the Glacial Maximum. Ocean Sea level was lower by approximately meters. During the Wisconsinan Glaciation there were intervals of ice sheet advance and retreats.

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