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If the precise causative linkages are still a little fuzzy, it is evident that the ancient glacial deposits cannot be studied in the absence of discussion of plate tectonic and basinal setting (Crowell, 1999).
The covering dirt slips and slides, first one way and then another, until it is all superimposed in heaps on earlier glacial deposits beneath.
Paleosols studied in northwest Canada include multiple buried soils between tills and relict soils developed in glacial deposits of varying ages (Rutter et al.
N-values and natural moisture contents were the primary engineering data used to delineate these contrasting glacial deposits.
However, the ice sheets never flowed down to sea level, where we find glacial deposits.
The hills are fully buried under Quaternary glacial deposits, while the limestone mainly crops out on the northern slopes as a 40-50 m high vertical wall.
No moraines or drumlins were identified, so the section on glacial deposits is devoted to an expanded discussion of kames and 'osars' (eskers).
There is no sandstone aquifer at the surface, just glacial deposits overlying clay.
The age of Portlania arctica shells from glacial deposits of Central Latvia: an answer to a controversy on the age and genesis of their enclosing sediments.
The portion of Indiana covered by Wisconsinan glacial deposits was analyzed to determine the relationship between peatland distribution and buried river valleys.
Adding to the mystery of the Neoproterozoic era, geologists have found that the glacial deposits from this time almost always lie directly below carbonate rocks--normally a signal of warm waters.
The district has produced more than 8,000,000 ounces of gold from placer production, alluvial or glacial deposits containing particles of gold.