What causes glaciers to move?
What is basal slip?
What is internal deformation?
What occurs when the amount of additional and ice accumulation in a year exceeds the amount of melting (ablation)?
What happens when the amount of ablation exceeds accumulation?
What is the name of material transported by a glacier?
What is the furthest advance of a glacier marked by?
What is the name of the process that causes smaller glaciers in mountainside depressions to move?
What is the name of sediment deposited by meltwater towards the snout of a glacier?
True or false? Till is well sorted.
Till is characterised by having a range of sizes and is poorly sorted.
Identify the feature formed when meltwater pouring from the snout of a glacier transports then deposits material.
True or false? Sediment found on outwash plains is better sorted and more rounded.
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