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Landforms of Glacial Deposition Starting with transportation features first though!
Transport This is the Mendenhall Glacier in Alaska.
Depositional Landform Columbia Glacier, Alaska
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……. Are built where a river builds a delta as it leaves a glacier. After the ice melts the delta is left behind as a mound. Greenland
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