Abstract

Surficial granite erratics of southern provenance are distributed across the north-central flank of the Nova Scotian Peninsula. The distribution and stratigraphic position of these indicators suggest that an ice cap, centered along the axis of the Peninsula, thickened sufficiently to flow radially outward following the Two Creeks interval. This outflow advanced northward at least 15 miles to the Bay of Fundy shore.

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