Using the Glacial Map of Ohio and other sources answer the following questions.
Add your answers using a different color font.
- A) From which direction did the ice flow/move?
B) What evidence supports your answer?
- What are the green arcs shown in the western portion of Ohio?
- The green arcs in Clinton County are older than the arcs in Delaware County. Why?
- What are the “mustard-yellow” color band extending from Knox County down to Adams County?
- Please list a county that was not glaciated (i.e., covered by ice) during the Pleistocene.
- List some of the glacial features’ observable in Franklin County.
- A) Explain why there are lake deposits in northern Ohio.
B) What was the name of the lake that left the deposits?
- How are the glaciated areas of Ohio’s and agriculture related?
- What are some other glacial features (besides the ones already used) located throughout Ohio?
- Why is Glacial Ridge Metropark misnamed?
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