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Image:Columbia icefield-Canada.jpg|'''[[Glacier]]''' is a perennial mass of '''[[ice]]''' which moves over land. A glacier forms in locations where the mass accumulation of '''[[snow]]''' and '''[[ice]]''' exceeds ablation over many years. Columbia Icefields, Alberta Canada Image:Columbia icefield-Canada.jpg|'''[[Glacier]]''' is a perennial mass of '''[[ice]]''' which moves over land. A glacier forms in locations where the mass accumulation of '''[[snow]]''' and '''[[ice]]''' exceeds ablation over many years. Columbia Icefields, Alberta Canada
Image:Airdrie Canada glacier erratic.jpg|'''[[Glacial erratic]]''' is a piece of rock that differs from the size and type of rock native to the area in which it rests. Image:Airdrie Canada glacier erratic.jpg|'''[[Glacial erratic]]''' is a piece of rock that differs from the size and type of rock native to the area in which it rests.
 +Image:Columbia Icefield 2.jpg|'''[[Glaciation]]''' is a glacial period is an interval of time within an '''[[ice age]]''' that is marked by colder '''[[temperatures]]''' and '''[[glacier]]''' advances. (Columbia Icefields, Alberta Canada)
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.

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