A KINEMATIC DISCUSSION OF THE FORMATION OF GLACIAL FLUTINGS

@inproceedings{Shaw1973AKD,
  title={A KINEMATIC DISCUSSION OF THE FORMATION OF GLACIAL FLUTINGS},
  author={J. Martin Shaw and Robert C. Freschauf},
  year={1973}
}
ALTHOUGH MANY STUDIES have been made of so-called ice-moulded landforms, drumlins, drumlinoids, and flutings, their mode of genesis remains unsolved. The form of drumlins is quite distinctive; a quotation from Alden (1905) used by Chorley (1959) clearly sets down their salient features: “We may regard as a typical drumlin a hill of glacial drift which approximates the form of a segment of an elongated ovoid, of which the widest part of the basal outline and the highest point of the crest are… CONTINUE READING

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