The Physical Environment

Landscapes and Ecosystems

What does a glacier leave behind

When a glacier moves across the land, it acts like a giant bulldozer, pushing and collecting rock, dirt, and debris. A moraine is a deposit of rock and dirt carried by a glacier and left behind once the glacier melts and recedes.


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