Summary: Moraine vs. Outwash Deposited directly by the ice. Made of sand, silt, gravel, rocks and boulders (erratics) of all sizes. Hilly landscape. Northeastern and northwestern sides of MV. Contain kettle holes (freshwater ponds). Deposited by glacial meltwater. Form in front of the ice. Mostly sand and silt. Flat landscape. Central and southern parts of MV Contain bottoms (dried up streams of glacial meltwater).