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Jeopardy GlaciersLandforms More Landforms RANDOM Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Final Jeopardy
$100 Question from H1 Name for a glacier that is 1000’s of kilometers thick.
$100 Answer from H1 What is a Continental Glacier (Ice Sheet)
$200 Question from H1 What shape valley is created by a glacier.
$200 Answer from H1 What is a U shape
$300 Question from H1 What is the type of glacial movement that involves sliding on melt water.
$300 Answer from H1 What is Basal Slip
$400 Question from H1 You find the glacier moving fastest at this point
$400 Answer from H1 What is the top, center of the glacier
$500 Question from H1 A glacier with ablation that is greater than its accumulation it is said to be…
$500 Answer from H1 A retreating glacier
$100 Question from H2 Like an arrow, this landform points to the direction of flow.
$100 Answer from H2 What is a drumlin
$200 Question from H2 A depression created as a glacier plucked out a portion of the ground
$200 Answer from H2 a kettle
$300 Question from H2 A pyramid shaped landform found on top of a mountain
$300 Answer from H2 a horn
$400 Question from H2 Formed from till at the end of a glacier
$400 Answer from H2 Terminal Moraine
$500 Question from H2 These spike-like landforms form across the top of the mountains
$500 Answer from H2 ARETES
$100 Question from H3 A B C D NAME FEATURE A
$100 Answer from H3 HORN
$200 Question from H3 A B C D NAME FEATURE B
$200 Answer from H3 CIRQUE
$300 Question from H3 NAME FEATURE C A B C D
$300 Answer from H3 ARETES
$400 Question from H3 A B C D NAME FEATURE D
$400 Answer from H3 MEDIAL MORAINE
$500 Question from H3 What type of glacier is shown in the picture and where can we find one today A B C D
$500 Answer from H3 Valley Glacier Alaska, Alps, Andes, Himalayas
$100 Question from H4
$100 Answer from H4
$200 Question from H4
$200 Answer from H4
$300 Question from H4
$300 Answer from H4
$400 Question from H4
$400 Answer from H4
$500 Question from H4
$500 Answer from H4
$100 Question from H5 Large glacial deposited boulders
$100 Answer from H5 erratics
$200 Question from H5 Where would the largest continental ice sheet be found
$200 Answer from H5 What is Antarctica
$300 Question from H5 Glacial melting is also called.
$300 Answer from H5 ABLATION
$400 Question from H5 Sediment deposited by a glacier
$400 Answer from H5 till
$500 Question from H5 The partial melting and refreezing of snow forms this grain type
$500 Answer from H5 firn
Final Jeopardy A B C. D E. A B C D NAME A, B, C, D and determine whether this glacier is advancing or retreating
Final Jeopardy Answer A – Drumlins B – Terminal Moraine C – Esker D – Kettle Lakes RETREATING
“RIVERS OF ICE” Mass movement of frozen ice on land Form at high latitude or high elevation Last extension of ice here began 20,000 years ago and receded.
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Chapter 17 Glaciers. 1. Glacier A large mass of moving ice.
Roughly 18,000 yrs ago 30% of the earth’s surface was covered by glaciers. This period is known as the GREAT ICE AGE.
Glaciers. Glaciers Slightly more than 2 percent of the world’s water is tied up in glaciers Antarctic ice sheet Eighty percent of the world’s ice Nearly.
Glacial Landscapes Glacier = large moving mass of ice. Glacier = large moving mass of ice. Glaciers erode, transport and deposit massive amount of sediment.
Charity I. Mulig. Definition A glacier is a thick mass of ice that forms over land from the compaction and recrystallization of snow and shows evidence.
Glaciers. Glacier - a thick ice mass that originates on land from the accumulation, compaction, and recrystallization of snow. Formation of glacial ice.
Glacier: Any large mass of ice that moves slowly over land.
CHAPTER 7.1B GLACIERS. LANDFORMS CREATED BY GLACIAL EROSION Glaciers produce things like glacial troughs, hanging valleys, cirques, aretes, and horns.
Chapter 7 Section 1. Glaciers - Natural Forces compact snow to create an enormous mass of moving ice. GLACIERS ARE POWERFUL AGENTS OF EROSION!
Chapter 3 Section 4 Glaciers. Moving mass of ice and snow Form when more snow falls than melts Agent of erosion.
Glaciers How are Glaciers and Long Island related?
GLACIERS CHAPTER 5 HONORS EARTH SCIENCE. What is a glacier? a thick mass of moving ice
Chapter 17 Review. Question 1 If new snow was added to a glacier faster than ice & snow melts, what would happen to the glacier? It would get larger.
Form in high mountains where snow accumulates to sufficient depths so that it is compressed, compacted and recrystallized. For this reason glacial.
Glaciers Moving Ice Formation of Glaciers A glacier is defined as a mass of moving ice. A glacier is defined as a mass of moving ice. There are several.
Glaciers & Glaciation. Glaciers Glacier: a large, long-lasting mass of ice, formed on land that moves under the influence of gravity and its own weightGlacier:
Glaciers By Dylan & Tony. Overview Describe how Glaciers form. Show Types of glaciers. explain how glaciers Move. Something about snow. Snowline Snowfield.
SECTION 2 Explain the advance and retreat of glaciers and the main features resulting from the processes of erosion and deposition by glaciers. WHY DOES.
Aim: What are Glaciers? I. Glacier – found at high altitudes and high latitudes. These are locations where more snow falls during the winter than melts.
Glaciers An Introduction to a Powerful Force That Has Shaped the Earth.
Glacial arete and col. drumlin valley glacier and medial moraines.
Chapter 13: Glacial Processes, Patterns and Associated Landforms Glaciation Earth once covered with glaciers Last glaciation ended around 10,000 years.
As glaciers travel over land, glacial ice can erode the underlying bedrock. This erosion can happen by: Plucking Abrasion.
AIM: How do Glaciers change the landscape? Do Now: The material seen below was left behind by a retreating glacier. Describe the sediments seen in the.
Ice, Ice, Baby! Glaciers and Glacial Features Photo Source:
Ch. 5 Glaciers & Ice Ages p guided notes.
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Geologic Features of Glaciation. Horn Mountain peak formed by glacial erosion.
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Erosion: Deposition: AIM: Erosional and Depositional systems Do Now: In your notebooks… 1) Define the two terms below in your own words. 2) Explain how.
Glaciers once covered most of the Earth –in total there have been up to 22 times when glaciers covered large areas of the Earth… including Alberta the.
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