|The Late Devensian glaciation in eastern Lincolnshire, from the landscape evolution of eastern Lincolnshire (drawn by C. R. Green)
|Lincolnshire and the surrounding region about 17,000 years ago (drawn by C. R. Green for Origins of Louth and based on Clark et al, 2004). The present-day coastline is shown as a grey line; areas covered by the ice sheet are in white, areas covered by probable or possible glacial lakes are in blue, and ice- and water-free land is in green. It should be noted that the large glacial lake to the south of the Wash is speculative and its existence has been disputed.
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