Glacial Grooves

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Photo depicting glacial grooves. Glacial grooves, also known as glacial striation, are parallel lines or grooves in a bedrock surface. They are formed by the deposition of loose rock material that was once embedded in a glacier that has passed over the rock surface.

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Pestrong, Ray
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Ray Pestrong Geosciences Slide Collections, San Francisco State Unviersity
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