||Filled Interglacial Valleys at the South End of Cayuga Lake Near Ithaca, New York.
Bloo, Arthur L. ;
||Cornell Univ., Ithaca, N.Y. Water Resources and Marine Sciences Center.
||TR-52; DI-14-31-0001-3232; OWRR-A-031-NY; 05204,; A-031-NY(1)
( Glacial deposits ;
( Glacial geology ;
Glacial erosion ;
New York ;
Cayuga Lake ;
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Preliminary maps were compiled to show the distribution of alluvial fills in valleys tributary to the southern third of Cayuga Lake. Most of the valleys are bedrock gorges. No new discoveries were made of valleys buried or filled by alluvium or glacial drift. The results of the project, with discoveries made before and after the funding period, were incorporated in a guidebook for a geological field conference held in Ithaca on May 19-21, 1972.