Glacial Landforms of Transportation and Deposition

True or false? Moraines are formed by the deposition of poorly sorted, angular till deposits, carried by ice then dumped when it melts.

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Identify the type of moraine found along the sides of a glacier.

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Identify the type of moraine found where two tributary glaciers meet.

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Identify the type of moraine found on the bedrock between the ice.

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Identify the type of moraine found at the snout of a glacier.

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Which of the following moraines is most likely to be left intact when ice melts?

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Lateral moraine is most likely to remain intact because they are less likely to be eroded by meltwater.

What is the name of a rock transported by ice and deposited in an area of different geology?

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True or false? By pinpointing the source of an erratic scientists can identify the direction of movement of past ice sheets.

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What are egg-shaped hills of deposited material, that often occur in groups, known as?

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What are drumlins formed from?

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Drumlins indicate the past direction of ice movement. Which of the following is correct?

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What is a group of drumlins known as?

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Glacial Landforms of Transportation and Deposition
Well done! You have a great understanding of this area of geography!

Not a bad effort at all, but you should consider revising this area a bit more.

Hmmmmmm, you might want to spend some time revising this area of geography.

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