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Study of stratified glacial deposits near Farmington, New Hampshire reveals that the retreat of Late Wisconsin ice in this area proceeded by means of ice-marginal stagnation. Eskers in t his area were formed within localized ice masses a t or near the base of thin ice by streams which had dendritic patterns and were subaerially exposed.
Coupland, David H. and Mayewski, Paul Andrew, "An Example of Eskers Formed in Stagnant Ice" (1980). Earth Science Faculty Scholarship. 199.
Coupland, D., and Mayewski, P.A. (1980). An example of eskers formed in stagnant ice, Northeastern Geology 2(1): 7-12.
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