glacial

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  • However, after the end of the last glacial period, it lay beneath the sea level.
  • Thus, the end of the last glacial period is not the end of the last ice age.
  • This would indicate the presence of humans well before the last glacial period.
  • With the end of the last glacial advance, the Columbia settled into its present course.
  • It may also be used of large glacial erratics moved by natural forces.
  • However, the flow does show evidence of interaction with glacial ice at its lower unit.
  • The great river was named glacial River Warren in his honor after his death.
  • During the last glacial period, plant and animal species from many different biomes moved into the area.
  • Four major glacial events have been identified, as well as many minor intervening events.
  • It stands over above much of the glacial valley bottoms at its base.
  • If a glacial valley runs into a large body of water, it forms a fjord.
  • City Island was created by glacial deposits at the end of the last ice age.
  • This idea gained him international fame and led to the establishment of the Glacial Theory.
  • After this early maximum, the ice coverage was similar to today until the end of the last glacial period.
  • More important for their aesthetic value than for holding water are several lakes of glacial origin.
  • The former is generally used to describe the early Stone Age in areas with limited glacial impact.
  • However, the flows show evidence of interaction with glacial ice in their lower units.
  • Most of the island is covered with a thin layer of glacial material.
  • He was the first to point out certain important observations relating to glacial motion and structure.
  • At the glacial maximum of the Ice Age, sea levels were lower than they are today.
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Meaning of glacial

  • adjective Relating to or derived from a glacier
    glacial deposit