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Scape, an eroded glacial plain. Loess mantles the plain but is not deep enough to mask or reshape the basic form of the land. V. Ruhe (1969). C. Prior (1976), which was mapped primarily on the basis of geological traits. In the field and on large-scale topographic maps, she identified those high-relief areas where loess was known to be deep and where loess obviously controlled the landscape. More specifically, she mapped the Loess Hills as a region of steep, finely dissected terrain with numerous interrelated drainages, shown by irregular, closely spaced contour lines, frequently indicating isolated knobs of loess.
However, several aspects of Loess Hills formation are well understood. The landscape was created during the last two glacial periods. The oldest and bottommost loess, Loveland loess, is presumed to have originated during the Illinoian glaciation. It forms the base of the bluffs of Iowa and extends a relatively short distance, only 19 to 37 miles eastward, although it is more extensive in the Great Plains and elsewhere. Wisconsinan loess, deposited between approximately 31,000 and 12,000 years ago, forms the bulk of the Loess Hills and is divided geologically into two formations.
Periods of little deposition were long enough to allow local formation of soils, seen today as dark bands within loess. When loess was not being deposited, particles from other sources were laid down on one loess Page 24 SIDEBAR 1. Debating the Deposition of Loess The mechanisms of formation of the Loess Hills were hotly debated for many years around the turn of the century. Persons who first studied the Hills concluded that they were somehow deposited by or in water. From the start, the deposits were correctly associated with waters and sediments from glaciers, but natural historians incorrectly theorized that the sediments were deposited directly by water, either during violent floods or by settling to the bottom of bodies of water.
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