The impacts of previous glacial process in Ohio are very evident through the changed topography, drainage systems and the general terrain. Despite that, North America has been generally hit by glacial process in the past; the impacts of glaciations in Ohio are much evident. Quaternary Geology of Ohio gives a clear picture of the real glaciations process in Ohio in historic times. In this case, some scenarios like; changed river flows, moraine traces, and ice margins stands to be living exhibits of the extent of glaciations in Ohio. Despite that, it’s difficult to calculate the precise volumes of ice during the Weichselian glaciations. Nevertheless, geological efforts have precisely illustrated the extent of the late Weischselian proglacial (Kennedy, 2003).