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Lithofacies and Mineralogy of the Late Wisconsinan Navarre Till in Stark and Wayne Counties, Ohio

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Title: Lithofacies and Mineralogy of the Late Wisconsinan Navarre Till in Stark and Wayne Counties, Ohio
Creators: Storck, Richard J.; Szabo, John P.
Issue Date: 1991-03
Citation: The Ohio Journal of Science. v91, n1 (March, 1991), 90-97
Abstract: The Navarre Till deposited by ice of the Killbuck lobe in Stark and Wayne counties is the oldest till of late Wisconsinan age in northeastern Ohio. The type section of the Navarre Till is located near the margin of glaciation in Stark County. Interpretations of the diamict at the type locality include a meltout till overlying shale. Other sections in the study area consist of meltout or flow tills which occur as stratified or massive diamicts interbedded with silts, sands, and gravels. Diamict interpreted as lodgement till occurs only at one section.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1811/23434
ISSN: 0030-0950
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