Wave Tail Art | The Falls, Sioux Falls, South Dakota

The Falls, Sioux Falls, South Dakota

January 10, 2018  •  Leave a Comment

About 14,000 years ago, the late-Wisconsin glacier was a mile thick and stretched from eastern Ohio to the source of the Missouri River, covering this area. As the ice melted, it swept away sediment to expose Sioux Quartzite bedrock which the falls flow over.  

The Falls, Sioux Falls, South DakotaThe Falls, Sioux Falls, South DakotaAbout 14,000 years ago, the late-Wisconsin glacier was a mile thick and stretched from eastern Ohio to the source of the Missouri River, covering this area. As the ice melted, it swept away sediment to expose Sioux Quartzite bedrock which the falls flow over. Sioux Falls, South DakotaSioux Falls, South DakotaAbout 14,000 years ago, the late-Wisconsin glacier was a mile thick and stretched from eastern Ohio to the source of the Missouri River, covering this area. As the ice melted, it swept away sediment to expose Sioux Quartzite bedrock which the falls flow over. Sioux Falls, South DakotaSioux Falls, South DakotaAbout 14,000 years ago, the late-Wisconsin glacier was a mile thick and stretched from eastern Ohio to the source of the Missouri River, covering this area. As the ice melted, it swept away sediment to expose Sioux Quartzite bedrock which the falls flow over. Sioux Falls, South DakotaSioux Falls, South DakotaAbout 14,000 years ago, the late-Wisconsin glacier was a mile thick and stretched from eastern Ohio to the source of the Missouri River, covering this area. As the ice melted, it swept away sediment to expose Sioux Quartzite bedrock which the falls flow over. Sioux Falls, South DakotaSioux Falls, South DakotaAbout 14,000 years ago, the late-Wisconsin glacier was a mile thick and stretched from eastern Ohio to the source of the Missouri River, covering this area. As the ice melted, it swept away sediment to expose Sioux Quartzite bedrock which the falls flow over.


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