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Explain Ground Moraine

Ground Moraine Explained!

Ground Moraine Technical Terms

Ground Moraine: (a) Commonly an extensive, low relief area of till, having an uneven or undulating surface, and commonly bounded on the distal end by a recessional or end moraine; (b) A layer of poorly sorted rock and mineral debris (till) dragged along, in, on, or beneath a glacier and deposited by processes including basal lodgment and release from downwasting stagnant ice by ablation. Compare - end moraine, recessional, moraine, terminal moraine. SW

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