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Wind scoop Hollow around rock outcrop caused by wind erosion or enhanced ablation.
Wind scoop Hollow around rock outcrop caused by wind erosion or enhanced ablation.

Wind scoop Hollow around rock outcrop caused by wind erosion or enhanced ablation.

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  • Glaciers online Wind scoop [1]



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