How drumlins are formed?

Updated: 26th October 2019

Drumlins. DRUMLIN An oval-shaped hill, largely composed of glacial drift, formed beneath a glacier or ice sheet and aligned in the direction of ice flow. Their formation remains controversial (see below) but in spite of this they are extremely useful for reconstructing former ice sheets.

Updated: 26th October 2019

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