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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
 +Image:Columbia Icefield-Saskatchewan Glacier.jpg|'''[[Ice field]]''' is an area less than '''50,000 km²''' (19,305 mile²) of ice often found in the colder '''[[climates]]''' and higher '''[[altitudes]]''' of the world where there is sufficient '''[[precipitation]]'''. It is an extensive area of interconnected '''[[valley]]''' '''[[glaciers]]''' from which the higher peaks rise as nunataks.
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Landform or physical feature comprises a geomorphological unit, and is largely defined by its surface form and location in the landscape, as part of the terrain, and as such, is typically an element of topography.

Landform elements also include seascape and oceanic waterbody interface features such as bays, peninsulas, seas and so forth, including sub-aqueous terrain features such as submersed mountain ranges, volcanoes, and the great ocean basins.


Reference

  • Wikipedia Landform [3]

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Reference

  1. Wikipedia Valley [4]
  2. Virtual Geography Department Project Hanging Valley [5]

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