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23 November 2012

Geology Word of the Week: D is for Drumlin

def. Drumlin: An elongated hill or ridge with a shape resembling an upside-down spoon or a half-buried egg that was formed out of glacial till– and sometimes other material such as gravel and even bedrock– that was shaped by the movement of a glacier. A drumlin carved in bedrock is usually called a “rock drumlin.” Drumlins have a steeper end and a less-steep, more tapered end. The shape of a …

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