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How are silt deposits called loess related to glaciers?

A. they accumulate in lakes trapped behind glaciers

B. they form in lakes as the lakes dried up at the end of the ice ages

C. they were deposited by large glacially caused floods in the Pacific Northwest

D. they are wind-blown accumulations and commonly are derived from glaciers

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Silt deposits by name loess are wind-blown accumulations and loess are transported from glaciers.

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