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A type of glacial movement that occurs within the glacier, below a depth of approximately 50 meters, in which the ice is not fractured.
A valley left by a melted tributary glacier that enters a larger glacial valley above its base, high up on the valley wall.
glacial deposit that has been sorted and layered by the actions of streams or meltwater
large boulders that have been plucked and transported a great distance before they are deposited
are formed when two advancing valley glaciers come together to form a single ice stream
a technique that climbers use to stop from falling down a slope by digging an ice ax into the snow
area in front of a glacier in which melt water from the glacier has carried & deposited an abundance of sorted material
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