Unstratified glacial drift deposit...
unstratified, poorly sorted material deposited directly by ice; consisting of clay, silt, sand, gravel and boulders
Soils of various sizes deposited by glaciers.
Unstratified glacial drift or sediment deposited by ice and mingled in any proportion.
Material deposited by glaciation, usually composed of a wide range of particle sizes, which has not been subjected to the sorting action of water.
unsorted, unstratified glacial drift consisting of clay, silt, sand, and boulders transported and deposited directly by ice.
The mass of rocks and finely ground material carried by a glacier, then deposited when the ice melted. Creates an unstratified material of varying composition.
Unsorted clays, sands, gravels and stones left by melting glaciers.
the unsorted deposits of glacial debris pushed to piles by the last advance of the glaciers. They consist of an unsorted mixture of all sizes of soil and rock fragments and are usually not very porous or permeable - i.e. not good aquifers.
Unstratified glacial drift deposited directly by the ice and consisting of clay, sand, gravel, and boulders intermingled in any proportion.
The general term applied to glacial deposits; interchangeable with glacial drift.
the unsorted part of glacial drift, consisting of clay, silt, sand, and boulders transported and deposited by ice.
Unconsolidated mixtures of clay, silt, sand, and gravel deposited directly by and underneath a glacier without being reworked by melt-water.
Unstratified (not layered) drift deposited directly by the ice. Consists of a mixture of clays, sands and gravels often with large boulders mixed together in any proportion
Unsorted, nonstratified glacial drift consisting of clay, silt, sand, and stones transported and deposited by glacial ice.
An unsorted, unstratified mixture of fine and coarse rock debris deposited by a glacier. Also called: Till.
Drift that is deposited directly from glacial ice and therefore not sorted.
accumulations of unsorted, unstratified mixtures of clay, silt, sand, gravel, and boulders; the usual composition of a moraine.