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Geology of the Great Lakes, by Jack L. Hough

Geology of the Great Lakes, by Jack L. Hough

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Published by University of Illinois Press in Urbana .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Geology - Great Lakes,
  • Great Lakes

  • Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQE 78 H6 1958
    The Physical Object
    Pagination313 p. ill., maps
    Number of Pages313
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL21996209M
    ISBN 100252724410
    OCLC/WorldCa463198115

    Interim Director of Library Services Office: () Library: () Text: () The Valparaiso Moraine is a recessional moraine that forms an immense U around the Lake Michigan basin in North is a band of high, hilly terrain made up of glacial till and begins near the border of Wisconsin and Illinois and extends south through Lake, McHenry, Cook, DuPage and Will counties in Illinois, and then turns southeast, entering Indiana.

    Hough, Jack L. () Geology of Great Lakes. Urbana: University of Illinois Press. Innis, Harold A. () The Fur Trade in Canada: An Introduction to Canadian Economic History. Rev. Ed. Toronto: University of Toronto Press. King, Frank A. () The Missabe Road; The Duluth, Missabe and Iron Range Railway. San Marino: Golden West Books. The dunes developed from the 'glacial lakes' that formed between the Valparaiso Moraine and the receding glacier. As such, there are no glacial kames in the dunes area. With the lack of glacial kames to locate burials, it is only the projectile points that are usable for rough dating. Simultaneous with the Glacial Kame people, the Red Ocher people and the Old Copper Culture.

      A diagrammatic depiction of two contrasting interpretations of the fluctuations of water level of the post Cary lakes in the Lake Michigan basin is shown in Fig. The differences of opinion of interpretation of field data between Bretz (, , ) and of Hough . The problem of explaining the origin of the Great Lakes was summarized by Sir J.W. Dawsonin his book Acadian Geology: Our American lake-basins are cut out deeply into the softer strata. Running water on the land would not have done this, for it could have no outlet; nor .


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Geology of the Great Lakes, by Jack L. Hough Download PDF EPUB FB2

However it is a concisely written textbook that dwells at greatest length on the Pleistocene history of the lakes as it was understood in the early s. Hough's work revises the literature from the late 19th century and the first half of the 20th century and presents Cited by: : Geology of the Great Lakes () by Hough, Jack L.

and a great selection of similar New, Used and Collectible Books available now at great Range: $ - $   It is an artifact of Old Geology in historical explanations because it was published in (Geosyncline, Miogeosyncline, etc)., but has excellent field observations and facts.

This book is a very thorough geological examination of Michigan's rocks; bedrock, surface features, and the historical events that lead to its present physical by: Hough, Jack Luin, Geology of the Great Lakes.

Urbana, University of Illinois Press, (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, State or province government publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Jack Luin Hough.

From inside the book. What people are saying - Write a review. We haven't found any reviews in the usual places. Contents. THE PRESENT LAKES. 1: THE NIPISSING GREAT LAKES. Geology of the Great Lakes Jack Luin Hough No preview available - Common terms and phrases. However it is a concisely written textbook that dwells at greatest length on the Pleistocene history of the lakes as it was understood in the early s.

Hough's work revises the literature from the late 19th century and the first half of the 20th century and presents. This book is a great resource for learning about many sub-disciplines of geography, from physical through geomorphology, environmental, glacial, biogeograpical, historical, and economic/development.

The imagery and graphics are also great. As a non-native of Michigan, I have learned a lot to use in teaching several different s: Geology of the Great Lakes By Prof.

Jack L. Hough. xviii + (Urbana, Ill.: University of Illinois Press, ) dollars. Book Geology of the Great Lakes has simple shape but you know: it has great and large function for you. You can seem the enormous world by open and read a e-book. for your requirements is Geology of the Great Lakes this publication consist a lot of the information of the condition of this world now.

That book was represented how can the world has grown up. Geology of the Great Lakes (Book): Hough, Jack Luin, Geology of the Great Lakes. JACK L. HOUGH. University of Illinois Press, Urbana, xviii+ pp., 79 figs., 22 tables. $ Part I, slightly less than half the book, depicts the modern lakes, geology of the basins, bottom topographies, level fluctuations, lake currents, temperature character-istics and overturns, chemistry of the waters, bedrock.

It is the chronology of the Pleistocene record that has been revised; Hough's relative sequence of events has probably only been changed in the details. He devotes a chapter to the history of each lake basin (although Huron and Erie are treated together) and admits.

Geography 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.

DTIC Archive, Hough, Jack L., ILLINOIS UNIV AT THE MEDICAL CENTER CHICAGO COLL OF DENTISTRY, *GEOLOGY, *GREAT LAKES, THICKNESS, SEDIMENTS, CORE SAMPLING, BASINS(GEOGRAPHIC), GEOLOGIC AGE DETERMINATION, Collection dticarchive; additional_collections Language English. INDEX WORDS: Glacial geology, geologic history, proglacial lakes, Great Lakes basin, shoreline erosion, lake levels.

INTRODUCTION The North American Great Lakes watershed (Fig. 1) covers aboutkm 2 and is home to one-tenth of the population of the United States and one-quarter the population of Canada.

It includes. The Great Lakes: The Natural History of a Changing Region, by Wayne Grady, Canadian science writer Wayne Grady has written a great book about the Great Lakes. I do not read much science, but this book taught me a lot while giving me lots of joy.

I’d recommend it to anyone planning to spend some time in or around the Great Lakes/5(11). Hough, Jack L., Geology of the Great Lakes.

University of Illinois Press, Urbana, Ill., The Laurentian Great Lakes are the crown jewels of the freshwater systems of North America. These five large lakes, their associated lakes, and their connecting channels (fig.

1) hold ab km 3 of water—enough to cover the contiguous United States to a depth of about 3 meters (Great Lakes Environmental Atlas ). They comprise a series of ecosystems unique in the world and are the.

This project on "Pleistocene chronology of the Great Lakes region" was established on July 1,by contract between the Geophysics Branch, Office of Naval Research, Department of the Navy, and the University of Illinois.

The principal investigator and technical Head of the project was Professor Jack L. Hough of the Department of Geology. Hough,Uni-versity of Illinois; 29 and 30 Dec. Part I, GeorgeB. MaxeyandJackL. Hough, presiding. Introduction (George B.

Maxey); Papers on geologic framework of the Great Lakes Basin (Jack L. Hough); physiography, topography, and watershed characteristics of the Great Lakes Basin (William Powers, Northwestern University); the water balance of.Conservation Seeds Activities Book, by Sherri Griffen,Conservation Commission Geology of the Great Lakes, by Jack L.

Hough,University of Illinois Press. Northwoods Wildlife, A Watcher’s Guide to Strange Adventures of the Great Lakes, by Dwight Boyer,Dodd, Mead.Description: Limnology and Oceanography (L&O) publishes research articles, reviews, and comments about all aspects of limnology and journal’s unifying theme is the understanding of aquatic systems.

Submissions are judged on their originality and intellectual contribution to the fields of limnology and oceanography.