Abstract

Detailed examination of Pleistocene deposits along Seven Mile Creek in Eaton, Ohio, reveals that the exposure contains an Illinoian till and a previously undescribed Sangamon paleosol. The sequence described indicates that the area had been covered by three glacial advances during Wisconsin time rather than two advances, as previously supposed. The paleosol and the basal Wisconsinan drift are correlative with the glacial sequence of southeastern Indiana.

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