Glacial troughs | Topics | tutor2u Geography

These are valleys formed by the glacial processes of weathering, erosion and transportation. They have steep sides and flat floors. Unlike V-shaped river valleys, glacial troughs are straight as they have truncated any interlocking spurs which existed prior to glacial advance.

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