Terminal moraine | Topics | tutor2u Geography

Terminal moraine – a crescent shaped mound or ridge of moraine found at the snout of the glacier and which represents the furthest advance of the ice. It marks the point at which the snout remained fixed for some time while continuing movement of fresh ice and debris down the mountain was continuously exposed at this point of terminal ablation to accumulate into a considerable body of material.

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