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Strandlines and related features representing former high glacial-lake levels possibly related to the Glenwood and Calumet phases of glacial Lake Chicago were identified from Oceana County north to Benzie County in the northwestern lower peninsula of Michigan. Lacustrine features occur as far as 25 km inland from the Lake Michigan shore at altitudes above the rebounded water planes of glacial Lake Algonquin and the Nipissing Great Lakes identified by earlier investigators.

In order to determine if the water planes identified in this study and those of previous investigators represent the Glenwood and/or Calumet phases, water-plane altitudes are compared with a...

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