Subsurface geologic investigations of New York Finger Lakes: by Henry T. Mullins, N. Eyles

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Hundreds to thousands of meters per year over periods of hundreds of years” (p. 20). In the case of its southern margin, the Laurentide ice sheet advanced 300 to 800 km between about 15 and 14 ka, correlative with Heinrich event H-1 (Clark, 1994). Most recently, Blanchon and Shaw (1995) have suggested that Laurentide ice sheet instability and collapse during H-1 was triggered by the storage and release of large volumes of glacial meltwaters, recorded as catastrophic sea-level rises in coral reef sequences.

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