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Champaign County, Illinois, United States of America (40.13469 -88.19756)
The topography of Champaign County was formed by the Wisconsin Glacier about 20,000 years before the present. Lobes of ice from what is now Lake Michigan crossed the county, creating a deep pile of glacial soil, up to 300 feet thick, topped by numerous moraines forming small, flat watersheds with no outlets.
Eagerville, Eagarville, Macoupin County, Illinois, 62023, United States of America (39.11171 -89.78398)
Coordinates: 39.09171 -89.80398 39.13171 -89.76398 - Minimum elevation: 170 m - Maximum elevation: 214 m - Average elevation: 196 m
Mount Prospect, Wheeling Township, Cook County, Illinois, United States of America (42.06642 -87.93729)
Coordinates: 42.02256 -87.97564 42.10239 -87.88862 - Minimum elevation: 192 m - Maximum elevation: 250 m - Average elevation: 207 m