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Section of Illinoian till temporarily exposed in bed of Detroit River near Stony Island during excavation of Livingstone Channel, this till is very stony compared with the Wisconsin till shown in Stose 961, Wayne County, Michigan. 1916. Plate 5 in U.S. Geological Survey. Folio 205. 1917.
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Detroit River dolomite temporarily exposed in bed of Detroit River near Stony Island, during excavation of Livingstone channel, the rock layers are nearly horizontal and their surfaces have been pitted and roughened by solution in the river water. River bed here is free from boulders. Wayne County, Michigan. 1916. Plate 1 in U.S. Geological Survey. Folio 205. 1917.
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Detroit River dolomite temporarily exposed in bed of Detroit River near Stony Island during excavation of Livingstone Channel, show rock surface smoothed and grooved by the Illinoian ice sheet. Grooves in the rock surface are shown by dark streaks of soil and gravel in the foreground. Illinoian till covers rock surface in the cut, beneath the dump. Wayne County, Michigan. 1916. Plate 3 in U.S. Geological Survey. Folio 205. 1917.
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Wisconsin till, horizontally laminated and nearly free from pebbles exposed in a stripping at Sibley quarry.


    map background search result map search result map Section of Illinoian till temporarily exposed in bed of Detroit River near Stony Island during excavation of Livingstone Channel. Wayne County, Michigan. 1916. Section of Illinoian till temporarily exposed in bed of Detroit River near Stony Island during excavation of Livingstone Channel. Wayne County, Michigan. 1916.