Moulin | Topics | tutor2u Geography

A moulin is an erosional feature (rather than a landform) which occurs on the surface of a glacier. Meltwater erodes by abrasion through the ice creating this feature, which is a circular inlet down which meltwater enters the body of the glacier via deeply eroded vertical shafts. They are responsible for considerable quantities of meltwater flowing within the body of the glacier and contribute to many depositional fluvioglacial landforms.

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