Lateral moraine | Topics | tutor2u Geography

Lateral moraine – moraine running along the edge of the glacier where it meets the valley side. These develop from the accumulation of frost-shattered rock debris falling from valley sides and accumulating at the base of the rock face on the surface of the glacier. When the ice melts the material forms accumulations of unsorted rock debris in a linear slump against the valley sides.

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