A ridge of till that accumulates at the margin of a glacier.
A low, sinuous ridge of till that develops when the toe of a glacier stalls in one position for a while.
A ridge or series of ridges formed by accumulations of drift built along the outer margin of an actively flowing glacier at any given time; a moraine that has been deposited at the lower or outer end of a glacier.
A ridge formed by the accumulation of glacial drift at the edge of a glacier. In Illinois, most end moraines are composed predominantly of till.
Also known as terminal moraine, is a type of moraine formed at the outer edge of the maximum extent of a glacier or glacial lobe. Prominent end moraines along the Ice Age Trail can be witnessed at Prairie Moraine County Park in Dane County, Devils Lake State Park in Sauk County and the range of hills north and east of Antigo in Langlade County.
A ridge of till marking a former position of the front of the glacier.
The moraine produced at the front of an actively flowing glacier at any given time.
an arch-shaped ridge of moraine found near the end of a glacier.