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  • 1. Glacial depositional landforms LO: What features are left when the ice melts?
  • 2. What does the ice leave behind? • Lesson objectives 1) To understand what glacial deposition is. 2) To look at some of the features of glacial deposition. LO: What features are left when the ice melts?
  • 3. • Remember glaciers erode, transport and then deposit material as well. LO: What features are left when the ice melts?
  • 4. Moraine • Moraine is a French word meaning debris – i.e. it is all the rock debris that a glacier carries down the mountain. LO: What features are left when the ice melts?
  • 5. You are the smiley face and you drop an orange into the river, mark its path on the picture!
  • 6. How did that line of moraine get there? LO: What features are left when the ice melts?
  • 7. LO: What features are left when the ice melts?
  • 8. Task: • As we go through each moraine, cut out the correct one and stick it on the sheet as well as making notes next to it! LO: What features are left when the ice melts?
  • 9. Lateral Moraine LO: What features are left when the ice melts?
  • 10. Lateral MoraineLateral Moraine LO: What features are left when the ice melts?
  • 11. 1) Lateral Moraine Lateral moraine is a line of ______ material along the sides of a valley ______. Lateral moraine consist of rocks and bigger _______ that are angular and are all together. Glacier Mixed Boulders Deposited   LO: What features are left when the ice melts?
  • 12. Medial Moraine LO: What features are left when the ice melts?
  • 13. 2) Medial Moraine • Medial moraine is a ___ of deposited material in the middle of a _____. • When a smaller (tributary) glacier joins a ____ glacier, the material that was along the ____ of both of the glaciers joins up. • It is called medial moraine because ‘medial’ means ‘______’! • main line sides middle glacier LO: What features are left when the ice melts?
  • 14. Terminal Moraine LO: What features are left when the ice melts?
  • 15. 3) Terminal Moraine • Terminal moraine is a line of deposited ________ at the end of a _______ • At the end of the glacier the glacier ____ and therefore the material it has been ______ forms a ridge across the glacier, whilst it ________ back up the valley. • retreats melts pushing material Glacier LO: What features are left when the ice melts?
  • 16. 4. Outwash Plain LO: What features are left when the ice melts?
  • 17. 4. Outwash Plain LO: What features are left when the ice melts?
  • 18. 4. Outwash Plain • An outwash plain is the piece of land which the water ______ from the ______ flows out over. • The sediment in the water is ________ in this ____ area to create a delta like formation. • flat deposited glacier melting LO: What features are left when the ice melts?
  • 19. Your turn! • Put a title of Glacier Depositional Features • Stick your sheet into your book. • Imagine you are walking across a glacier and describe what it is like • E.g. I am slowly climbing over the rocks, there is lots of debris here! This is called the …. Now I’m on the ice and its amazing. I can see… If you have finished then draw a picture of your adventure over the ice! LO: What features are left when the ice melts?