Oneida County, in northern Wisconsin, is a mostly forested area dotted with lakes and wetlands. The watery landscape is a legacy of a time when glaciers flowed across the area. Geologists Attig and Rawling mapped the Quaternary geology of the county, documenting where the glaciers paused, the sediments that were deposited, and the landforms that were created by the glaciers. Available as a plate (PDF) and as digital data. (Replaces WOFR2016-01.)
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