Quaternary Geology of Fond du Lac County, Wisconsin [plate 1]

From the dataset abstract

The Quaternary geology of Fond du Lac County consists of glacial deposits and landforms dating to the last part of the Wisconsin Glaciation (ca. 20,000 to 12,000 yr BP) and nonglacial deposits and landforms of Holocene age (11,700 yr BP to present). Glacial till and meltwater sediment were deposited by the Green Bay and Lake Michigan Lobes of the Laurentide Ice Sheet. The Kettle Interlobate Moraine formed in eastern Fond du Lac County where these two lobes abutted. Glacial lake sediment was deposited in lowlands when the Green Bay Lobe impounded drainage forming glacial lakes Fond du Lac and Oshkosh.

Source: Quaternary Geology of Fond du Lac County, Wisconsin

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Additional Information

Author Mode, W.N.; Hooyer, T.S.; Rawling, J.E., III;
Publication Year 2021
Series number B116-plate01
Resource Type Map
Physical Description 32 in x 20.25 in, scale 1:100,000
Geographic Area Fond du Lac
Map Type Geology
Tags Surficial Geology