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Old 04-28-2018, 09:26 AM
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Most interesting, Chum. Thank you.
Thanks for watching and I'm glad you're enjoying them. Although, I'm surprised there hasn't been more interest here on the GON forum, being that most people here are hunting and fishing in areas directly impacted (no pun intended) by this event.
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Old 04-28-2018, 10:09 AM
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Very interesting videos,,,, being from MI makes it even more so,,,, do you think the impact helped to form Saginaw Bay? Or was it strictly from the glacial retreat? Great fishing in the bay BTW,,,,
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Old 04-28-2018, 10:23 AM
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Very interesting videos,,,, being from MI makes it even more so,,,, do you think the impact helped to form Saginaw Bay? Or was it strictly from the glacial retreat? Great fishing in the bay BTW,,,,
Yes, I think the impact created Saginaw Bay with the deepest part of Lake Huron, which is in line with the Bay, being the bottom of the creator. I also think the immediate melting of the glacial ice and the torrential flooding that would have occurred immediately afterwards probably helped shape the Great lakes as we see them today. I'll admit, however, I'm not super familiar with the Great Lakes area, so much of this is speculation. Makes sense to me though...
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Yes, I think the impact created Saginaw Bay with the deepest part of Lake Huron, which is in line with the Bay, being the bottom of the creator. I also think the immediate melting of the glacial ice and the torrential flooding that would have occurred immediately afterwards probably helped shape the Great lakes as we see them today. I'll admit, however, I'm not super familiar with the Great Lakes area, so much of this is speculation. Makes sense to me though...
Makes sense to me also,,,, thanks,,,,
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Very interesting subject. You did a great job on it.
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Part 7: The Megafaunal Extinction, has been added to the original post. Enjoy!
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