periglacial


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periglacial

(ˌpɛrɪˈɡleɪʃəl)
adj
(Physical Geography) relating to a region bordering a glacier: periglacial climate.
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periglacial

[ˌpɛrɪˈgleɪʃəl] adjperiglaciale
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At that time the periglacial lake, dammed by the end-moraine ridge, named as the Vilkiskes marginal ridge, extended along the entire western margin of the study area.
Forts, Floods, and Periglacial Features: Exploring the Pittsburgh Low Plateau and Upper Youghiogheny Basin
The features monitored in a number of sites include latelying snow beds (zabois), active travertine springs, debris flow channels, and stone rings and solifluction lobes characteristic of periglacial terrains (Brookes 1993).
in talus of western North America (MacDonald and Jones, 1987; Smith and Weston, 1990) and the mountain pygmy possum (Burramys parvus) in alpine periglacial boulder fields of southeastern Australia (Menkhorst et at, 2008).
Terrain parameters and remote sensing in the analysis of permafrost distribution and periglacial processes: Principles and examples from southern Norway.
Detecting endangered huemul deer population increase following removal of cattle and poaching in periglacial habitats of coastal Patagonia, Chile.
Many Fms are periglacial sandstones sealed by glacial tillites.
Permafrost can not be directly detected from space but many surface features of permafrost terrains and typical periglacial landforms are observable with a variety of EO sensors ranging from very high to medium resolution in various wavelengths.
Dominio periglacial conformado por la presencia de rocas aborregadas, acumulaciones de morrenas, formacion de lagunas tecto-glaciales y glaciales (producto del retroceso glacial, como es la laguna de Los Hielitos), depositos de abanicos de gelifractos-derrubios, valles glaciales colgantes y artesas glaciales Brodzikowski & Van.
In addition to this the area has been affected by several periglacial periods during the quaternary and questions remain as to whether the Malvern Hills were a local ice center during the devencian.