Geology%20final%20list[1] - Glaciers Moraine types Alpine...

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Moraine types Alpine – chief mtns. contintinental glaciers- whitewater condrangle o Geomorphological feature- Kettle Moraine state part- travels SW to NE, o the drainage system deranged system o Terminal, ground and in morains o Kettle is carved out by glacier as it melts it leaves block of ice ( Blue Spring Lake) o Swamp fig. 1 o Drumlins- look at NW section of whitewater, above hebron by the R, what causes or forms drumlins, as glaciers move forward they move over previous in-morains and move the debree and carve it into a drumlin Arretes- ridge that seperates two glacial valleys, Snider ridge ( in valleys) Horns- Mt. Vaught 8840 ft (Mt. something is a horn) Patternoster lakes- chain of lakes associated with alpine glacioation Tarn (Geomorphological feature)- single lake, sue lake is a tarn Geomorphological feature Geomorphological feature-Lake Mc Donald occupies glacial valley Maps Humid rivers ( surface H2O C.I. Distance
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This note was uploaded on 10/23/2010 for the course BIOL 2308 taught by Professor Boxer during the Spring '10 term at University of Houston - Downtown.

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