The conclusions reached in this paper in regard to the erosional history of the Driftless Area are the results of evidence secured from three sources: (1) Field work during the summer of 1915, carried on by the writer in the Baraboo district and the Richland Center quadrangle, Wisconsin, has furnished direct evidence for the northern portion of the area under consideration. (2) The literature on the subject has been used freely, the Lancaster-Mineral Point folio by Grant and Burchard having proven especially valuable. (3) The details of the Elizabeth and Galena quadrangles were furnished by Prof. A. C. Trowbridge under whose direction the work has been carried on and whose advice was most valuable because of his intimate acquaintance with numerous localities in the Driftless Area.
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Hughes, Urban B.
"A Correlation of the Peneplains of the Driftless Area,"
Proceedings of the Iowa Academy of Science, 23(1), 125-132.
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