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Published on Jul 20, 2009
This segment describes three meromictic lakes near Syracuse, NY formed by glacial meltwater rivers that flowed along the southern wall of the Laurentide ice sheet in central and eastern New York State. All three are plunge holes whose water volume does not turn over. Water at the bottom is devoid of oxygen, does not support life of any kind. Excerpted from the television documentary 'Footprints of the Ice Age: the Laurentide Ice Sheet in Upstate New York' produced and narrated by Michael S. Ameigh.