A quantitative analysis of data derived solely from maps of Soldier Creek and a comparison with similar data from Good Soldier Creek show Soldier Creek to be a composite stream of several branches which differ in drainage composition and which therefore probably differ in origin. A study of the field evidence bearing on anomalous factors in the quantitative analysis shows Soldier Creek was formed by the capture of several post-Iowan streams by a younger post-Cary stream.
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Coogan, Alan H.
"Geological Age of Soldier Creek Buffalo County, South Dakota,"
Proceedings of the Iowa Academy of Science: Vol. 67:
, Article 42.
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