1 GLACIERS 2 Glaciers What is a glacier A thick body of ice that is either moving or has shown evidence of movement in the past. 3 Glaciers How do glaciers form 90 air 60 air 10 air 4 Glaciers Where do glaciers form
5 Glaciers How do glaciers move
By a combination of
internal flow within ice crystals
6 Glaciers 7 Glaciers 8 Glaciers How fast do glaciers move 9 Glaciers 10 Glaciers Snow line 11 Glaciers crevasses bergschrund 12 Glaciers 13 Glaciers Types of glaciers Continental Alpine (valley) 14 Glaciers 15 Glaciers 16 Glaciers 17 Glaciers How do glaciers erode by plucking and grinding 18 Glaciers Silverton typical erosional features of formally glaciated terrain 19 Glaciers 20 Glaciers 21 Glaciers U-shaped Valley 22 Glaciers U-shaped valleys 23 Glaciers 24 Glaciers 25 Glaciers Fjord Norway 26 Glaciers 27 Glaciers 28 Glaciers U-shaped Valley 29 Glaciers Hanging valley w/ bridalveil falls 30 Glaciers 31 Truncated spur Hanging valley 32 Glaciers 33 Glaciers 34 Glaciers 35 Glaciers 36 Glaciers 37 Glaciers 38 Glaciers 39 Glaciers 40 Glaciers 41 Glaciers 42 Glaciers 43 Glaciers 44 Glaciers 45 Glaciers Formation of a roche moutonee 46 Glaciers Roche moutonee Coal Bank Pass 47 Glaciers How do glaciers transport Moraine is a term used for both transported and deposited material
Types of moraines
terminal or end
48 Glaciers Terminal moraines 49 Glaciers Lateral moraines 50 Glaciers 51 Glaciers Medial moraines 52 Glaciers Medial moraines 53 Glaciers 54 Glaciers What do glaciers deposit Drift is the generally term for anything deposited directly or indirectly from glacial action it consists of
till unsorted material deposited directly a glacier
outwash sorted material deposited by glacial meltwaters
55 Glaciers Till 56 Glaciers 57 Glaciers 58 Glaciers 59 Glaciers Outwash gravel 60 Glaciers 61 Glaciers Outwash terraces 62 Glaciers Continental glacial features 63 Glaciers Esker 64 Glaciers 65 Glaciers Kame 66 Glaciers 67 Glaciers Drumlins 68 Glaciers Kettles 69 Glaciers Why does the earth experience ice ages
70 Glaciers Maximum extent of ice sheets in Northern Hemisphere during Pleistocene ice age 71 Glaciers Eccentricity (100000 year cycle) 72 Glaciers Obliquity (41000 year cycle) 73 Glaciers Precession (26000 year cycle) 74 Glaciers 75 Glaciers
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