Cary-Port Huron interstade

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... was present in this area sometime between 12,500 and 13,300 years B.P. The organic layer that has been correlated with the CaryPort Huron (Lake Arkona) interstade consists mostly of bryophytes. Eight species of mosses; two kinds of leafy liverworts; achenes from Carex tenuiflora and/or C. trisperma...
... interstade of the Wisconsin glaciation. The absence of a Two Creeks horizon at this site and the presence of a single unit of till showing no evidence of an erosional break between CaryPort Huron time and Glacial Lake Algonquin time is interpreted as evidence that the Straits of Mackinac was not deglaciated...
Journal Article
Published: 01 September 1990
Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences (1990) 27 (9): 1236-1241.
... in the Lake Michigan basin during the Mackinaw (CaryPort Huron) Interstade. The altitude of organic material at Riverside suggests that the water plane was at or below modern lake level during the intra-Glenwood low-water phase. This observation indicates that drainage from the Lake Michigan basin...
Journal Article
Journal: GSA Bulletin
Published: 01 November 1965
GSA Bulletin (1965) 76 (11): 1233-1250.
... in eastern Maine and New Brunswick than in the highlands of New Hampshire and western Maine. The data also suggest that ice persisted in the highlands during the time of the Cary-Port Huron Interstade, perhaps dissipating during the time of the Port Huron- Valders Interstade of the mid-continental sequence...