Abstract

A map is presented showing contours of the buried preglacial channel of the Mohawk River from Schenectady, New York, to its confluence with the Hudson River about 12 miles south of Albany and of associated buried preglacial channels. The Pleistocene history of a portion of the Mohawk and Hudson Rivers is discussed, and the relation of buried valleys to ground-water supplies is indicated.

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