Item Number: OFS03-15
Map Scale: 1:80,000
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The "Glacial geology of the South Bend area, Indiana" is a map that depicts glacial landforms in the vicinity of the juncture of St. Joseph and Kankakee river valleys. The geographic extent of the mapped area includes the communities of Elkhart, Lakeville, North Liberty, South Bend, and Wakarusa and covers eight 7.5-minute quadrangles.



Brown, S. E., 2003, Glacial geology of the South Bend area, Indiana: Indiana Geological Survey Open-File Study 03-15, 6 p.


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