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The Lafayette Bedrock Valley System is a complex of bedrock valleys that converge on and diverge from Lafayette, Indiana. The primary trunk valley of the system, composed of the narrow Marion Valley Section on the east and the broad Mahomet Valley Section on the west, is the classic “Teays Valley” of the Midwest. If such a continuous Teays drainage truly existed, it represents only the early part of the history of the Lafayette Bedrock Valley System in Indiana.

Origins of the valley parts and their form remain enigmatic. Although the Marion crosses major rock structure, the course and the contrasting...

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