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Figure 2. Map of Quebec and Labrador (satellite image courtesy of Google Inc). Red points indicate radiocarbon (14C) sample dates from Dyke (2004). Green points indicate surface exposure dates (Carlson et al., 2007; Clark et al., 2003). Colored shapes outline estimated ice margin locations according to Dyke (2004). White lines show Western, Central, and Eastern transects used in this study. The Western Transect goes from James Bay to the east. The Central Transect goes from the St. Lawrence to the north. The Eastern transect goes from the Labrador coast to the west.

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