Drumlins And Flutes
From the Canadian Rockies to the Eastern maritime provinces, research on the formation, morphology, orientation and origins of Drumlins and Flutes within Canada is relatively ambiguous. Drumlins and flutes are both longitudinal landforms, forming parallel to glacial flow. They are often found in the inner marginal zone of an ice sheet. Several of the formation theories are similar, if not the same, accounting for their close association with one another. However, current and past research and literature studying the features and characteristics of these unique and variable landforms has proved to be substantial. The topics covered will allow readers to form their own opinions and hypotheses on how drumlins and flutes formed and add any input and suggestions to the site.
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