Tentative climatic patterns for some late glacial and post-glacial episodes in central North America /

Modal climatic patterns for three periods were constructed: late-glacial about 13,000-10,000 years B.P., from 9,000-8,000 years B.P., and early sub-Boreal time about 5,000-3,000 years B.P.

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Author / Creator:Bryson, Reid A.
Imprint:Madison : University of Wisconsin, Dept. of Meteorology, 1967.
Description:271-298, [4] p. illus., maps. 23 cm.
Language:English
Series:Technical report ; no. 34
Technical report (University of Wisconsin. Department of Meteorology) ; no. 34.
Subject:Paleoclimatology -- North America.
Glaciology.
Glaciology
Paleoclimatology
North America
Format: Print Book
URL for this record:http://pi.lib.uchicago.edu/1001/cat/bib/8626600
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Other authors / contributors:Wendland, Wayne M.
Notes:"This paper first appeared in Life, land, and water, the proceedings of the 1966 Conference on Environmental Studies of the Glacial Lake Agassiz Region."
Bibliography: p. [299]-[302].
Sponsored by the Geography Branch of the United States Office of Naval Research and the National Science Foundation ONR 1202(07) NSF GP-5572X1 NR 387-022
Summary:Modal climatic patterns for three periods were constructed: late-glacial about 13,000-10,000 years B.P., from 9,000-8,000 years B.P., and early sub-Boreal time about 5,000-3,000 years B.P.

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