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Unformatted text preview: the U shaped valley and separated from it by an almost vertical slope. Landforms of Glaciated Lowlands Erosional Landforms 1. Rouche Moutonee: An outcrop of resistant rock smoothed by ice on the upstream into a gentle slope and plucked on the downstream end to give a steep jagged edge. 2. Crag and Tail: A knob of resistant rock (crag) which protects a weaker rock (tail) from ice erosion on the downstream slope. 3. Ice-Eroded Plain: An extensive area once covered by an ice sheet which smoothed off the original landforms to give a rounded topography....
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- Fall '09