How Do Glaciers Change the Land They Cross?

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Glaciers change the land they cross, by transporting material on the land as they move. They also sculpt and then slice away the land underneath them.
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Glaciers are big masses of ice that move at a very slow rate. As the move, land underneath them are changed when a glacier moves across them and reforms the land. The huge matter
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it gives it waay more room! no the glaciers moves across the land under it's own weight and the this causes rocks to push up to causes little mounds the more this happens the little
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what do you think they are billions of tons moving across material mostly softer than the Glacier so they grind ,away mountains and soils and anything in the way , the titanic was
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Glaciers transport material as they move & also sculpt &
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