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Image:Glacial lake.JPG|'''[[Glacial lake]]''' is a lake with origins in a melted '''[[glacier]]'''. Image:Glacial lake.JPG|'''[[Glacial lake]]''' is a lake with origins in a melted '''[[glacier]]'''.
Image:Base gully gros morne.jpg|'''[[Gully]]''' is a '''[[landform]]''' created by running '''[[water]]''' '''[[eroding]]''' sharply into '''[[soil]]''', typically on a hillside. Gullies resemble large ditches or small '''[[valleys]]''', but are metres to tens of metres in depth and width. Image:Base gully gros morne.jpg|'''[[Gully]]''' is a '''[[landform]]''' created by running '''[[water]]''' '''[[eroding]]''' sharply into '''[[soil]]''', typically on a hillside. Gullies resemble large ditches or small '''[[valleys]]''', but are metres to tens of metres in depth and width.
 +Image:Hanging valley.jpg|'''[[Hanging Valley]]''': a valley eroded by a small tributary '''[[glacier]]''', such that the '''[[elevation]]''' of the valley floor is higher than the elevation of the '''[[valley]]''' floor that the hanging valley joins. The erosive power of glaciers is dictated by their size: the larger a glacier, the farther down into the landscape it can '''[[erode]]'''
Image:Stockhorn Thun Switzerland.jpg|'''[[Horn]]''' a pyramid-shaped mountain '''[[peak]]''' created by several '''[[glaciers]]''' '''[[eroding]]''' away at different sides of the same '''[[mountain]]''' Image:Stockhorn Thun Switzerland.jpg|'''[[Horn]]''' a pyramid-shaped mountain '''[[peak]]''' created by several '''[[glaciers]]''' '''[[eroding]]''' away at different sides of the same '''[[mountain]]'''
Image:Glaciers mountain terms.jpg|'''[[Glacier]]''' and '''[[Mountain]]''' terms Image:Glaciers mountain terms.jpg|'''[[Glacier]]''' and '''[[Mountain]]''' terms
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