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Photo ID: hdedumSubject: GlaciersDescription
Abrasion; Bedrock; Cryology; Geomorphology; Geosphere; Glacial Erosion; Glacial Features; Glacial Geology; Glaciation; Hydrology; Ice Movement; Landscape; Plucking; Sheep Back; StreamsRoche moutonée in Yosemite. A roche moutonée is a protrusion of the underlying bedrock that has been abraded smooth on the up-flow side, and plucked on the down-flow side.
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Marli Miller

Credit Line: Copyright © Marli Miller, University of Oregon
North America; United States; California; Yosemite National Park
Photo Quality | Large 


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