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Although two physically distinct tills of different ages have long been recognized in southern New England, only in the past decade or so has the existence of a similar two-till stratigraphy been recognized in New Hampshire. In southern New England, distinction between the two tills, a lower one and an upper one, initially was based on differences in texture and weathering: the lower compact till has a siltier matrix and an oxidation zone of 10 or more meters; the upper till has a much sandier matrix and an oxidation zone only in the uppermost 1 m. Later, identification of structural...

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