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Configuration of the buried part of the Teays Valley system across western Ohio, Indiana, and eastern Illinois suggests that the Teays is not a preglacial system, but rather, that it was formed marginal to a major glacier earlier than that which created the Ohio River, probably in similar fashion by consolidating and diverting fragments of older drainages. Pertinent criteria include (1) the relatively straight gorge that (2) crosses at least three regionally high areas with (3) few tributaries that join at grade. Also significant are (4) the depth of the gorge across a broad limestone plateau that has (5) relatively...

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