Niveal features are due to the action of snow and ice. Snow, if it accumulates, consolidates into ice which may form giant streams proceeding downhill in a manner similar to that of rivers. These ice streams are called glaciers. Figs. 8.11 to 8.13 deal with the phenomenology of snow and ice fields and glaciers.
KeywordsGlacial Erosion Interglacial Stage Hanging Glacier Snow Field Glacial Cirque
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