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AUSGS FS 002-00These deposits, in the forms of columns, terraces and clusters, remain after the glacier melts and are known as "glacial deposits"Friction makes the ice at the bottom of the glacier move more slowly than ice at the topRoger Holmes, Gus Hutchinson-Brown and Tim Emmett made the first BASE jump from the stack on 14 May 2008.[19] Hutchinson-Brown died 11 days later during a jump in Switzerland.[20]This is because these peaks are located near or in the hyperarid Atacama DesertSpringerDuring glaciation, these valleys are often widened, deepened and smoothed to form a "U"-shaped glacial valley or glacial trough, as it is sometimes called [40]If two rigid sections of a glacier move at different speeds and directions, shear forces cause them to break apart, opening a crevasseRetrieved 2013-01-04.CS1 maint: Multiple names: authors list (link) ^ Richard Lewis (2008-04-23)

Mountains portal A textbook for undergraduates avoiding mathematical complexities Walley, Robert (1992)Webexhibits.orgImage from Ismenius Lacus quadrangle^ "Types of Glaciers"Retrieved 25 January 2014Bibcode:2004GeoRL.3121402PGlaciers produce these when they contain large boulders that carve long scratches in the bedrockCambridge University Press

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