A strip of sediment in the interior of a glacier, parallel to the flow direction of the glacier, formed by the lateral moraines of two merging glaciers.
A streak of till in the center of a glacier. These are found downslope from the junction of two glaciers and are a merging of their lateral moraine deposits.
A ridge of till formed in the middle of a valley glacier by the junction of two lateral moraines where two valley glaciers converge.
a deposit of glacial drift running down the length of a glacier
a ridge of material marking the center of a former glacier, especially noticeable in glaciers which are confluent
a strip of morainal debris in the middle of glacier ice which marks where two glaciers come together
A sediment ridge, located on a glacier's exposed ice surface, away from its valley walls, extending down glacier to the terminus. It forms by the joining of two lateral moraines when two glaciers merge.
A moraine formed when two adjacent glaciers flow into each other and their lateral moraines are caught in the middle of the joined glacier.
Deposit of material found down the center of a glacier. Created when two glacier and their lateral moraines merge.
a ridge-shaped moraine in the middle of a glacier originating from a rock outcrop, nunatak, or the converging lateral moraines of two or more ice streams.
the moraine that occurs when the lateral moraines of two glaciers meet and merge. [AHDOS