The Pleistocene Great Lakes of Western North America
The presence of these Pleistocene lakes was due much more to reduced evaporation, owing to much cooler summer temperatures, than from increased precipitation. Over time, these lakes exhibited huge fluctuations. Evidence suggests that Lake Bonneville “evaporated and reformed as many as 28 times in the last 3 million years.”
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