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nonlinear numerical model of the Lake Michigan Lobe, Laurentide Ice Sheet
John W. Jenson
Written in English
|Statement||by John W. Jenson.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||200 leaves, bound. :|
|Number of Pages||200|
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A nonlinear numerical model of the Lake Michigan Lobe, Laurentide Ice SheetCited by: 4. A nonlinear numerical model of the Lake Michigan Lobe, Laurentide Ice Sheet Evidence against pervasively deformed bed material beneath rapidly moving lobes of the southern Laurentide Ice Sheet: Sedimentary Geology, Fluctuations of the Lake Michigan Lobe during the late Wisconsin subepisode: Sveriges Geologiska Undersokning.
Title: A Nonlinear Numerical Model of the Lake Michigan Lobe, Laurentide Ice Sheet Abstract approved Peter U. Clark A finite difference flowband model of the Late Wisconsin (ca. 20, years BP) Lake Michigan Lobe (LML) of the Laurentide Ice Sheet has been constructed to investigate how saturated, fine-grained sediment beneath the ice might have.
Download PDF: Sorry, we are unable to provide the full text but you may find it at the following location(s): state. (external link) http Author: Peter U. Clark. We apply a numerical model of the late Wisconsin (ci years B.P.) Lake Michigan Lobe (LML), Laurentide Ice Sheet, to investigate how fine‐grained subglacial sediment might influence lobe b Cited by: A revised chronological framework for the deglaciation of the Lake Michigan lobe of the south-central Laurentide Ice Sheet is presented based on radiocarbon ages of plant macrofossils archived in the sediments of low-relief ice-walled lakes.
We analyze the precision and accuracy of 15 AMS 14C ages of plant macrofossils obtained from a single ice-walled lake deposit. We use a time-dependent two-dimensional ice-flow model to explore the development of the Green Bay Lobe, an outlet glacier of the southern Laurentide Ice Sheet, leading up to the time of maximum.
ELSEVIER Geomorphology 14 () Numerical modeling of advective transport of saturated deforming sediment beneath the Lake Michigan Lobe, Laurentide Ice Sheet John W.
Jenson a, Peter U. Clark b, Douglas R. MacAyeal Carleton Ho d, Julio C. Vela' a Water and Energy Research Institute of the Western Pacific, University of Guam, MangilaoGuam Department of. An ice-profile model assuming plastic behavior in basal till suggests the southern Lake Michigan lobe may have been unusually thin.
Reconstructed Laurentide glacier profiles from the south-west and western Great Plains (South Dakota, Alberta, Minnesota, and Montana), and the MacKenzie Delta, N.W.T., are similar to those inferred for the.
Rapid flow of the Des Moines lobe of the Laurentide ice sheet may have been related to its unlithified substrate. New reconstructions of the lobe, based on moraine elevations, sediment subsidence during moraine deposition, and flow-direction indicators, indicate that the lobe may have been ∼3 times thicker than in previous reconstructions.
The deforming bed model has also been incorporated into two-dimensional numerical simulations of ice-sheet behavior along the Lake Michigan lobe flow line (Clark et al.,Jensen et al.,Jensen et al., ) by assuming no sliding and a viscoplastic behavior of.
Driving stresses, estimated from the geometry of the reconstructed ice surfaces, are kPa for the 14 ka Des Moines Lobe, kPa for the 14 ka James Lobe, kPa for the ka.
 Despite the importance of rapidly‐flowing ice streams to ice sheet mass balance, their incorporation into numerical ice sheet models is a major scientific challenge. This introduces large uncertainties in model output and inhibits a more complete understanding of the role of ice streams in overall ice sheet.
Most of the unconsolidated deposits in Berrien County were transported and deposited during the advance and retreat of the Lake Michigan Lobe of the Laurentide ice sheet ~14, yr ago (Stone et al., ). The primary depositional units include: (1) glacial till deposited as a thin layer over the underlying bedrock and as morainal ridges in.
Because ice streams are inherently complex and are subgrid in current numerical models, they have not been portrayed in large-scale ice sheet studies. I employ a continuum mixture framework to incorporate ice streams in a three-dimensional thermomechanical model of the Laurentide Ice Sheet.
The ice mass is composed of a binary mixture of sheet. The Wisconsin Valley and Langlade Lobes of the Laurentide Ice Sheet formed when the southern flank of the Superior Lobe spilled southward over a high bedrock divide and into north-central Wisconsin ().This divide is underlain by early and middle Precambrian volcanic and metasedimentary rock that is part of the Wisconsin dome (Morey et al., ; Mudrey et al., ).
The Laurentide Ice Sheet reached a similar southern extent (around 39 o N) in Missouri during the Early Pleistocene (around Ma) (Balco & Rovey ). However, reliable information regarding the rates of ice sheet advance and retreat, as well as ice sheet thickness is generally limited to the Wisconsin stage of the Pleistocene (Peltier cation of the slightly non-linear viscoplastic behaviour found by Jenson () for sediment samples taken in northern Illinois, about 70 km inside the terminus of the late-Wisconsinan Lake Michigan Lobe of the Laurentide ice sheet.
By adopting a shear-layer thickness of. Beget, J. E.,Modeling the Influence of Till Rheology on the Flow and Profile of the Lake-Michigan Lobe, Southern Laurentide Ice-Sheet, USA: Journal of Glaciology, v.
32, no.p.,Modeling the Influence of Till Rheology on the Flow and Profile of the Lake-Michigan Lobe, Southern Laurentide Ice-Sheet, USA Discussion.
The Lake Michigan and Lake Huron Lobes of the Laurentide Ice Sheet retreated from their TI maximum positions before ± kyr ago and ± kyr 44,45,46,47, respectively. We present different numerical methods for solving the shallow shelf equations with basal drag (SSAB).
An alternative approach of splitting the SSAB equation into a Laplacian and diagonal shift operator is discussed with respect to the underlying eigenvalue problem. First, we solve the equations using standard methods. Then, the coupled equations are decomposed into operators for membranes.Friedman’s seminal book on the consumption theory of the permanent income hypothesis (Friedman ()).
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J. Modeling the subglacial hydrology of the late Pleistocene Lake Michigan lobe, Laurentide Ice Sheet. Geol. Soc. Am. Modeling the subglacial hydrology of the James Lobe of the Laurentide Ice Sheet.