The climate of the glacial boundary during the Wisconsin maximum was generally cooler and moister than at present. There is some evidence that a frost climate prevailed for some time at the glacial margin, suggesting that a tundra-like vegetation existed there. Pollen profiles indicate that a Picea-Abies forest existed south of the glacial margin and probably extended up to it during periods of climatic amelioration.
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Eilers, L. J.
"The Vegetation of the Glacial Border During the Wisconsin Maximum,"
Proceedings of the Iowa Academy of Science: Vol. 70:
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