Do all glaciers create grooved, striated, and/or polished bedrock surfaces as in Fig. 10.3?
Answer to relevant QuestionsWhat is the explanation for a striated bedrock outcrop in a glaciated area, with two distinct sets of striations, one set oriented north-south and the other oriented east-west?Feature G on Fig. 10.5 is a kame. How did it form?Peat is commonly found in glaciated areas such as Minnesota or Finland. Why?In which stage of evolution of a landscape are each of the following features most abundant? See Fig (9.7)“Large particles settle rapidly in water because their mass is so large relative to the density of the water. However, small clay-sized particles settle so slowly that a particle can take 100 years to reach the deep ocean ...
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