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Relict deltas of well-sorted and well-drained sands are among numerous strand-line deposits that mark the former shoreline positions of glacial Lake Iroquois in northern New York. In this study, ground penetrating radar (GPR) was used to image the subsurface architecture of four Late Pleistocene lacustrine deltas to provide information about their depositional environment. The surveyed deltas indicate two distinct glacial Lake Iroquois water levels, the Frontenac and Trenton water phases.

A pulseEKKO 100 GPR unit and a 400 Vtransmitter, combined with 50 and 100 MHz antennas are used to provide a better understanding of the internal structures, delta thickness, and...

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