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FIORDLAND NATIONAL PARK OF NEW ZEALAND - PHOTO STUDY

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FIORDLAND NATIONAL PARK OF NEW ZEALAND - PHOTO STUDY. Contains the glacier environment of Milford Sound.

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FIORDLAND NATIONAL PARK OF NEW ZEALAND - PHOTO STUDY

  1. 1. THE GLACIER ENVIRONMENT OF MILFORD SOUND PHOTO STUDY
  2. 2. Other crevices in the rock. If affected by hydraulic action, the air in the rock is compressed and can determine the collapse of the boulder. Crevices in the rock (headland). If affected by freeze-thaw erosion can also determine the collapse of the exterior boulder. In Milford Sound, average depth of water is 150-160m. Shrubs and small vegetation, lichens and algae covering the headland.
  3. 3. V-shaped valley formed by hydraulic action, erosion, physical and chemical weathering. Snow in sheltered crevices Vegetation specific to alpine and sub-alpine areas

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