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Jack L. Hough Hough, J. 1958, Geology of the Great Lakes, University of Illinois Press, 313pp.
Reference work entry. 1007/3-540-31060-6 170. The Great Lakes of North America, the five large lakes of the St. Lawrence River system, lie between 76°10′ and 92°10′W and 41°22′ and 49°00′N. The boundary between Canada and the United States runs through four of them-Superior, Huron, Erie and Ontario; one lake, Michigan, lies wholly within the United States. Hough, J. 1963, The prehistoric Great Lakes of North America, Am. Scientist, 51, 84–109.
J. Harlen Bretz, "Geology of the Great Lakes. Jack L. Hough," The Journal of Geology 67, no. 3 (May, 1959): 347-348. Of all published articles, the following were the most read within the past 12 months.
Hough, Jack L. 1958 Geology of the Great Lakes. University of Illinois Press, Urbana. Hough, Jack L. 1962 Geologic Framework. Lee, Thomas E. 1957 The Antiquity of the Sheguiandah Site.
Lake Erie, Lake Ontario, Lake Huron, Lake Michigan and Lake Superior make up the greatest area of freshwater in the . The Great Lakes have contributed very much to the economic development of the United States and Canada.
Lake Erie, Lake Ontario, Lake Huron, Lake Michigan and Lake Superior make up the greatest area of freshwater in the world. The five lakes have an area of about 100,000 square miles (250 000 square kilometres). About 70% of all the iron ore of the United States is mined near Lake Superior.
Geology of the Great Lakes by Jack L. Hough. Indiana Magazine of History.
The Great Lakes (French: les Grands-Lacs), also called the Laurentian Great Lakes and the Great Lakes of North America, are a series of interconnected freshwater lakes primarily in the upper mid-east region of North America, on the Canada–United Stat.
They consist of Lakes Superior, Michigan, Huron, Erie, and Ontario.
Great Lakes, chain of deep freshwater lakes in east-central North America comprising . Dale Fisher, US Army Corps of Engineers. The age of the Great Lakes is still not definitely determined. Estimates range from 7,000 to 32,000 years of age.
Great Lakes, chain of deep freshwater lakes in east-central North America comprising Lakes Superior, Michigan, Huron, Erie, and Ontario. The combined area of the Great Lakes-some 94,250 square miles-represents the largest surface of fresh water in the world, covering an area exceeding that of the United Kingdom. The Great Lakes and their drainage basin. Encyclopædia Britannica, Inc. Individually, the lakes rank among the 14 largest in the world ( see table).
Geology of the Great Lakes. During retreat of the last ice sheet large proglacial lakes developed in the Great Lakes watershed
Geology of the Great Lakes. The Bruun Theory of Sea-Level Rise as a Cause of Shore Erosion. During retreat of the last ice sheet large proglacial lakes developed in the Great Lakes watershed. Their levels and areas varied considerably as the oscillating ice margin opened and closed outlets at differing elevations and locations; they were also significantly affected by channel downcutting, crustal rebound, and catastrophic inflows from other large glacial lakes. Today, lake level changes of about a 1/3 m annually, and up to 2 m over 10 to 20 year time periods, are mainly.
Vol. 60. Geology of the Great Lakes. Part II comprises a history of lake stages, with detailed records of each basin and summarizing with the radiocarbon chronology of Great Lakes history. This is the first book on the subject since 1915, and the author presents much information discovered in the past 43 years. This well-organized book has 75 illustrations, most of them maps and sketches but there are a few photographs. The format is pleasing, the paper and printing is excellent, and the biblio-graphy and index are adequate.