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Glaciers in the South Central US

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  • Mehl, M. G. 1962. Missouri’s ice age animals. State of Missouri, Division of Geological Survey and Water Resources, Educational Series 1, 104 pp.
  • Nagel, T. 2001. Missouri’s Icy Past. Missouri Department of Conservation.,0.