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Unit 3 Sculpting Earth's Topography: Lab Practical on Glacier Walks Question 1 0.5 / 0.5 pts For this matching question, you will be on a Google Street View tour of the Matterhorn Glacier This is an aerial view of the Matternhorn glacier (Links to an external site.) area. This 360 view provides you a wintertime skiers perspective (Links to an external site.) . This question asks you to interpret glacial landforms around the Matterhorn. The question uses this spectacular panoramic view (Links to an external site.) . I will spin around this view into different positions ... putting in the center of the view the landform you will be interpreting. This question asks you to apply your understanding of both erosional and depositional alpine glacier landforms -- like you might in reality on a field trip. . Correct! The Matterhorn Links to an external site. Correct! The linear feature running left to right across the middle of this view Links to an external site. . It is much brighter (lighter in color) than surrounding features. Correct! This view Links to an external site. of where a glacier is accumulating. horn lateral moraine .
Correct! This river and its associated load Links to an external site. in front of the glacier. Horns and cirques form as a result of glacier erosion, while lateral moraines are deposited on the side of a glacier. Glacial outwash results when rivers carry the rock away from the glacier. Question 2 0.5 / 0.5 pts For this question, you will be on a Google Street View tour of the Matterhorn Glacier. This is an aerial view of the Matternhorn glacier (Links to an external site.) area. This 360 view provides you a

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