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Post-Glacial Modifications K.I. 3 b
Modification by a High energy Event within the existing geomorphological environment Alluvione from Mt. Huascaran destroying Yungay and leaving deposits in a U Shaped Valley
Maen Llia – facing south – Post Glacial south facing Valley in Brecon Beacons
Llia Valley – and Fluvial V notch cut since end of Ice Age
Post Glacial scree And weathering of scree - Llyn Cau, Cader Idris
Cwm Amarch entering Tal-Y-Llyn (post Glacial Alluvial Fan)
The site of Keswick – post glacial alluvial deposition.
Earth Movement modifications…. Hveragerdi, Southern Iceland
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Dalmatian Type drowned coast British Columbia Canada
Corrie, cirque, cwm – hollow where a glacier formed
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