Glacial Striation

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Glacial Striation

 

the scars, scratches, and grooves on the surface of rock, formed by morainic material carried by a moving glacier. The direction of the scars coincides with the direction of the glacier’s movement.

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NW--SE oriented glacial striations on the carbonate beds match the orientation of drumlins on the adjacent mainland.
He had broad interests, from raising experimental roses, to traveling with geology guide books in search of eskers, drumlins and glacial striations.
In this area interpretation of the glacial striations indicates that the primary ice direction was from east to west.