glaciated terrain


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glaciated terrain

[′glā·shē‚ād·əd tə′rān]
(geology)
A region that once bore great masses of glacial ice; a distinguishing feature is marks of glaciation.
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Other till/soil studies around known W mineralization in glaciated terrain and regional till surveys that reported significant W data are compared in Table 4.
This magnitude of AuRR is considered to be very high and uncommon in the numerous precious metals MMI-assisted exploration programs undertaken in glaciated terrain.
Quaternary geological perspective on geochemical exploration in glaciated terrain.
The Army's mountaineering team that was on expedition to the Pin Parbati pass situated at a height of 14,600 feet from mean sea level (MSL), stranded in the treacherous glaciated terrain in the higher Himalayan hills due to incessant rains, heavy snowfall and bad weather.
Prest, at the turn of the century, likened the process of finding gold mines in glaciated terrains to "following the tracks of a fox to its den by following its footsteps in the snow.
Canyon landscapes and glaciated terrains as viewed from Space reveal modification of the geosphere by the hydrosphere.
In addition, he has explored and prospected for gold in pertinent areas, including the challenging mountainous and glaciated terrains of the High Canadian Arctic.
A consulting geologist with extensive experience in exploration for kimberlites in glaciated terrains designed and implemented a till sampling program using three teams of samplers over the summer months.