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Subsurface Imaging of Past Shorelines of Lake Michigan at Manistique, Michigan
Lake Michigan has experienced water level fluctuations since its formation 14,000 years ago. These fluctuations have formed a set of visible sand ridges parallel with the current Lake Michigan shoreline and can be seen ...
Ground Penetrating Radar Provides Evidence for the Previously Unrecognized Danaher Channel near Seney, MI
It is common belief that glacial meltwater from Lake Superior flowed to the Atlantic Ocean through a northeasterly channel before the Sault Ste. Marie channel existed. However, recent geomorphological evaluations of Upper ...