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X-ray diffraction analyses of till samples collected from multi-till exposures along the Lake Michigan shoreline in Michigan and Wisconsin show a systematic variation in the clay-mineral composition of successive till sheets. A general increase in the relative amount of 10Â clay occurs within a succession of till sheets, beginning with early or middle Wisconsinan Glenn Shores till and continuing through late Wisconsinan (Woodfordian) Ganges–New Berlin till and Saugatuck–Oak Creek till. A significant decrease in the relative amount of 10Â clay, however, occurs within the post–Mackinaw Interstade (late Woodfordian) Ozaukee-Haven and Two Rivers tills. These changes in clay-mineral composition are apparently...

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