How Is Boulder Clay Formed?

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Boulder clay is formed in and beneath ice-sheets and glaciers. As the glacier moves forward, the material vary from fine grit to the giant boulders is carried along. This compact loamy mass is the one referred to as boulder clay, which forms underside the glacier.
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