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Moraine

The rocks at Meigs Point, Hammonasset are all loose sediments, transported here by moving ice. They range in size from fine silt to large boulders. Connecticut and Long Island Sound were covered with glacial ice at least a mile thick about 21,000 years ago.

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Taken on November 2, 2008