142 pages, 118 b/w illustrations
Focusing on glaciation and speleogenesis in the region of New York and New England, Glaciation and Speleogenesis serves as an example of a karst region that has experienced large-scale continental glaciation. It reviews the literature on the controls of glaciation on karst development, exploring examples from the marbles of the Adirondacks, New England and eastern New York, the Ordovician strata of northern New York and the Siluro-Devonian strata of central New York. Each of these areas is examined in detail, demonstrating the evolution of thought on glaciated karst through case studies of individual caves as well as larger cave systems. Additionally, Glaciation and Speleogenesis describes the geology and glaciation, the evolution of karst landscapes from pre-glacial times to the present and human interaction with the caves in the region.
- Glaciated Karst: A Global View
- Glaciated Karst Studies of New York and New England
- Geologic History of New York and New England and the Controls on Karst Development
- Glaciation and Pseudokarst of New York and New England
- Caves and Karst of the Adirondacks
- Caves and Karst of New England and eastern New York Marbles
- Caves and Karst of the Cambro-Ordovician Strata of Northern New York
- Caves and Karst of the Helderberg Plateau
- Caves and Karst of the Deformed Devonian Strata of Southern New York
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