Internal deformation | Topics | tutor2u Geography

Internal deformation occurs predominantly in cold glaciers where gravity and the pressure of ice in the accumulation zone causes ice crystals to slide over each other in a series of parallel planes in a ‘crumpling’ deformation. This can result in deep crevasses at the surface.

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