Peralta Community College District

Physical Geography
Rita D. Haberlin, Instructor

Glaciers and Glacial Landforms Learning Module

PAK World Diagram Showing Glaciers 18,000 Years Ago During the Great Ice Age


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USGS Topograhic Map, Mount Oberlin, Glacier National Park
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An Illustrated Glossary of Alpine Glacial Landforms
There is a lot of terminology in the study of glaciers.
You will get a much better understanding of these terms if you explore each of the highlighted words and examine the photographs and topographic maps.

 
 
 
NASA Satellite image of Glacier Bay, Alaska
 
Satellite Images of Glaciers
Visit some of the world's great glaciers illustrated in this USGS satellite image atlas of glaciers.
 
USGS Mount Rainier Photo by Lyn Topinka
 
Glaciers and Glaciation in the Western United States
How much of the Western United States was affected by the Ice Age?  How many glaciers exist today? What kinds of hazards do they present to people and property?

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