Pioneering Perspective: The Land That Ice Made with Dr. Kelly Jo LaBlanc

3/18/2021 7:00 PM

Pioneering Perspective: The Land That Ice Made with Dr. Kelly Jo LaBlanc
Every hill, vale, lake, and landscape feature of Southeastern Wisconsin has been shaped by the movements of ice sheets thousands of year ago. Join Dr. Kelly LaBlanc, Senior Lecturer in Environmental Science, to explore the Ice Age history of Wisconsin and the world-famous glacial landforms right in our backyards. From the Great Lakes to Kettle Moraine to the drumlin fields, you'll learn how these features form and why the last ice age is referred to as the Wisconsinan.
 
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Panoramic View of campus