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At the end of a glacier, the stone material and debris which has been transported by the glacier is again deposited in the so-called moraine. This occurs at the point where the glacier is melting. Glaciers can expand and retreat. At the end of a glacier there is an often quite a large area with moraine material.
Debris at the end of a glacier on Iceland: The moraine. Photo Herman Zevenberg
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