Glacial Landforms in the Peterborough Ontario Region Page Number: 1. Introduction 3 2. Section 1: Geology 3 3. Section 2: Geomorphology 8 4. Section 3: Hydrology 13 5.
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Erratics can be carried for hundreds of kilometers, and can range in size from pebbles to large boulders. Scientists sometimes use erratics to help determine ancient glacier movement.” (NSIDC, 2014) To understand the unique aspects of a gorge created in just a few days, it is necessary to look back to the events which occurred 100,000 years ago. Described by James Lovelock in his book, The Age... ... middle of paper ... ...ail. For the geo-tourist, these two locations share a common geologic foundation and history. Both parks have the same bedrock formations and formed their topography from the same glacial events (Fleeger, et al.
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