Glaciation of Wisconsin
The glaciation of Wisconsin is the last Glaciation Pléistocène which related to the North America between 85.000 and 7000 BP. Its name comes from the American state of the Wisconsin. It is about contemporary Glaciation of Würm in the the Alps. The icecap then advanced until 40° northern latitude.
Consequences of the glaciation of WisconsinThe Big lakes are primarily of glacial origin: at the time of the cast iron of the Glacier S approximately 15.000 years ago BP, of immense water masses accumulated in the basins, creating transitory lakes.
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