End Moraine of ancient Glacier at Lilley Park
Posted by: Groundspeak Regular Member GT.US
N 42° 13.551 W 083° 41.612
17T E 277710 N 4678365
Quick Description: Lilley Park is an example of the end moraine geology common to the Ann Arbor area.
Location: Michigan, United States
Date Posted: 10/20/2007 12:47:49 PM
Waymark Code: WM2EGG
Published By: Groundspeak Premium Member RakeInTheCache
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Long Description:
From the informational sign:

During the last Ice Age, Michigan was covered with glaciers up to 2 miles thick. One lobe of the glacial ice advanced from the southeast. When it stalled near Ann Arbor, the melting ice deposited large ridges or 'end moraines', creating the hills around the city. Later, as the glacier retreated it laid down a flat "ground moraine" of unsorted sand, gravel and clay or 'till' that you see on the slopes before you.
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