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Ice sheets play a fundamental role within Earth's climate system and in shaping landscapes. Despite extensive research, the maximum extent and basal dynamics of the Laurentide Ice Sheet (LIS) during the last glacial cycle remain elusive and debated in many areas. Recently, cosmogenic nuclides (e.g., 36Cl, 26Al, 10Be) have played an important role in improving our understanding of LIS extent and behavior. Applications of cosmogenic nuclides to LIS research include surface exposure dating of glacial features, constraining magnitudes of glacial erosion, addressing long-term subaerial exposure and ice sheet burial histories, and burial dating of glacial sediments. These...

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