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MORAINES (TERMINAL & LATERAL)
DESCRIPTIONS: Moraines are accumulations of unstratified glacial debris
Figure 1 - Terminal Moraine. Athabasca Glacier. Jasper National Park, Canada.
Figure 2 - Lateral Moraine. Athabasca Glacier. Jasper N.P., Canada.
Figure 3 - Terminal Moraine on Long Island. NY. The Till in the bottom of the photo below is covered by Stratified Drift above as the glacier terminated its southern advance and began to recede northward leaving behind what is now Long Island,
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