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Little is known for certain about early Wisconsin (isotope stage 4) lakes and glaciers of the Great Basin. A moderate lake-level rise in the Bonneville basin is not well dated, but on the basis of amino-acid and radiocarbon ages, is thought to be early Wisconsin in age. A moderate rise of lakes in the basins of Lake Lahontan is dated as ca. 50 ka by U-series ages on tufa, but may have occurred earlier. In the southern Great Basin, Searles Lake fluctuated at levels below the threshold connecting it with Panamint Valley, and Panamint Valley apparently did not contain a...

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