Abstract

McFarlan's sea-level curve for Louisiana is compared with an interpretative glacial-advance curve for the Wisconsinan of the Lake Michigan glacial lobe. A significant ice withdrawal during Farmdalian time is not recorded in the sea-level curve. World-wide glacial fluctuations should be reflected in sea-level variations when sufficient data become available from both environments.

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