Holocene alluvial fills in the South Loup Valley, Nebraska
Four Holocene alluvial fills are present in Nebraska's South Loup River valley. Fill IV, the oldest and thickest, was deposited between 10,200 and 4800 14C yr B.P.; Fill III has an age of about 3000 14C yr B.P.; Fill II is younger than 2100 and older than 900 14C yr B.P.; and Fill I is younger than 900 14C yr B.P. Regional contemporaneity of valley alluviation in the eastcentral Great Plains suggests that climate has controlled long-term sediment storage in the South Loup River valley. © 1989.
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May, David W., "Holocene alluvial fills in the South Loup Valley, Nebraska" (1989). Faculty Publications. 4649.