Here we have links to videos on YouTube of important lectures given recently at Rochester Academy of Science meetings.
April 14, 2022 Rochester Academy of Science Annual Meeting lecture by Dr. John O'Shea on "Ice, Water, and Ancient Hunters" in which he describes his team's underwater archaeological investigations of paleo-Indian hunter-gatherer communities on the Alpena-Amberley Ridge, a high ridge of limestone and dolomite bedrock now over 100 meters below the surface of Lake Huron.
In volume 20 of the Proceedings is an article by Richard A. Young on the geology of the Genesee Valley Glacial and Postglacial History. Interested readers might enjoy another article co-authored by Richard A. Young: Evidence for a late glacial advance near the beginning of the Younger Dryas in western New York State: An event postdating the record for local Laurentide ice sheet recession.
This article can be found in the journal Geosphere (2021) 17 (1): 271-305