B114 Plate 1: Quaternary Geology of Columbia, Green Lake, and Marquette Counties, Wisconsin

From the dataset abstract

Columbia, Green Lake, and Marquette Counties were glaciated during the last ice age, and large areas were inundated with water from proglacial lakes and large meltwater rivers that occupied the valleys of the existing Wisconsin and Fox Rivers. These processes resulted in rolling upland hills, including drumlins punctuated by low-lying areas dominated by marshes underlain by lake sediment. Together with the accompanying map, this report will be of interest to those involved in land-use management and to those who are curious about how glaciers shaped these three counties in south-central Wisconsin.

Source: Quaternary Geology of Columbia, Green Lake, and Marquette Counties, Wisconsin

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Additional Information

Author Hooyer, T.S.; Mode, W.N.; Clayton, Lee;
Publication Year 2021
Series number B114-plate01
Resource Type Map
Physical Description 35 in x 34 in, scale 1:100,000
Geographic Area Columbia, Green Lake, Marquette
Map Type Geology
Tags Surficial Geology