Glacial Striation

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The following article is from The Great Soviet Encyclopedia (1979). It might be outdated or ideologically biased.

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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A field guide: The Kelleys Island glacial grooves, subglacial erosion features on the Marblehead Peninsula, carbonate petrology, and associated paleontology: Ohio Journal of Science 91:16-26.