Ridges of Rock Debris Formed by a Moving Glacier?

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Ridges of Rock Debris Formed by a Moving Glacier are called moraine. They can also be formed when he ice front advances and bulldozes the sand and gravel of an outwash plain into a ridge. For example moraines on Cape Cod were formed by a combination of these processes.
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