Glaciers

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Glaciers

  1. 1. Alaska
  2. 2. What do you see in this picture?
  3. 3. This is a river of ice.
  4. 4. Glacier view from airplane.
  5. 5. What is a glacier? A glacier is a huge, thick sheet of slowly moving ice.
  6. 6. These glaciers are converging.
  7. 7. My Mom and sister.
  8. 8. Catherine is holding ice and it is summertime!
  9. 9. Can you see the glacier?
  10. 10. This glacier is calving.
  11. 11. Do you see the glacier?
  12. 12. A glacier is a huge, thick sheet of slowly moving ice.
  13. 13. SS.B.2.2.2.5.1 Understands ways the phsycial environment supports and constrains human activities.
  14. 16. SS.A.2.2.3 Understands various aspects of family life, structures, and roles in different cultures and in many eras.
  15. 17. Pure frozen water, an iceberg in a glacier.
  16. 18. This is pure, frozen, blue ice.
  17. 19. The first part of glacier looks like glass and glass looks like ice.
  18. 20. This is what Alaska looks like now, in September.
  19. 21. Many scientists think that during the Ice Age, Asian hunters followed large animals across a land bridge to North America.
  20. 22. Mount McKinely, AK
  21. 23. Picture taken near: Denali, Alaska One of highest mountains in the world.
  22. 24. Powerpoint Created September 10, 2007 by Angela Cereska Pictures taken by Kenneth Cereska Sept. & Aug. 2007.

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