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Glacier

Definition:

A moving body of ice that forms on land from the accumulation and compaction of snow, and that flows downslope or outward due to gravity and the pressure of its own weight.

Source: Alcwin Dictionary of Geology 

More:
Wolverine Glacier, Alaska Wolverine Glacier

Source: USGS Benchmark Glaciers 

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Translation(s):

Español: Glaciar
Français: Glacier
Nederlands: Gletsjer

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