2 edition of Pennsylvania and the ice age found in the catalog.
Pennsylvania and the ice age
Vincent Chester Shepps
by Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, State Planning Board, Topographic and Geologic Survey in Harrisburg
Written in English
|Statement||by Vincent C. Shepps ; pen and ink sketches by Albert Van Olden.|
|LC Classifications||QE157 .A29 no. 6|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||33 p. :|
|Number of Pages||33|
|LC Control Number||63063757|
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The Pleistocene began approximately million years ago. Many scientists are convinced that the time in which we are living is an interlude between ice advances and, File Size: 1MB. Pennsylvania and the Ice Age Geologists have pieced together thousands of items of information from all parts of the state that they use to tell the story of the Ice Age in Pennsylvania.
From studying glacial deposits, they know that the northwestern and northeastern corners of Pennsylvania were affected by several glacial advances -- the most recent being approximat years ago.
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By the midth century, tribal life by Native Americans in Pennsylvania ends, a combined result of warfare and disease ; Late Woodland Period (Late Prehistoric) 1, BP.
- AD. End of the Medieval Warming and beginning of the Little Ice Age; Native American populations reach their maximum size.
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