Glacier Mountain Range

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Diagram of a mountain region from which the former glaciers have melted away, leaving the cirques to testify to their former presence. Some of the cirques diverge, leaving a broad rounded ridge between them, others converge, being separated only by a serrated knife-edge or arete.


Amadeus W. Grabau A Textbook of Geology (Boston: D.C. Heath & Co., 1920) 796


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