Geologic Cross Sections of Calumet and Manitowoc Counties, Wisconsin [plate 2]

From the dataset abstract

All of what is now Calumet and Manitowoc Counties was covered by ice during the last great glaciation, between 30,000 and 11,000 years ago. This bulletin explains the glacial history, interprets the deposits left behind, and portrays the distribution of the deposits on a map and cross sections. This report should be useful to planners and development agencies in making land-use decisions, to the nonmetallic mining industry to aid in locating potential sources of aggregate, and to anyone interested in the geologic history of the land on which they live.

Source: Quaternary Geology of Calumet and Manitowoc Counties, Wisconsin

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Additional Information

Author Mickelson, D.M.; Socha, B.J.;
Publication Year 2017
Series number B108-plate02
Resource Type Plate
Physical Description 36.67 in x 36.67 in, scale 1:100,000
Notes Report and map sold separately.
Geographic Area Calumet, Manitowoc
Map Type Geology
Tags Surficial Geology
ISSN 0375-8265