Kelleys Island: Giant glacial grooves and Devonian shelf carbonates in north-central Ohio
Rodney M. Feldmann, Thomas W. Bjerstedt, 1987. "Kelleys Island: Giant glacial grooves and Devonian shelf carbonates in north-central Ohio", North-Central Section of the Geological Society of America, Donald L. Biggs
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Kelleys Island is the easternmost of the Lake Erie Islands group, located north of Marblehead Peninsula and Sandusky, Ohio, (Fig. 1) on the Kelleys Island 7½-minute Quadrangle. Access to the Island is provided by the Newman Boat Lines which operates a ferry from Marblehead (April through November) and from Sandusky (June through Labor Day). Throughout the year, the Island is also served by Island Arilines from Port Clinton Municipal Airport. On the Island, transportation is available in the form of rental bicycles, golf carts, or private cars ferried from the mainland.
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