Landforms of cold climates
This is another volume in the series, An Introduction to Systematic Geomorphology. It is concerned with the landscapes produced where water exists commonly in solid form - as ground ice, as snow, or as glacial ice. Although the present distribution of glaciers, snowbanks, and frozen groundwater is relatively limited, these phenomena were much more extensively distributed during the Pleistocene ice ages and they have left their mark on the landscapes of almost all parts of the temperate world....[Show more]
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