Glacial curvilineations found along the southern sector of the Laurentide Ice sheet and a hypothesis of formation involving subglacial slope failure in tunnel valleys and subglacial lakes

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Clark, C.D.; Livingstone, S.J.;
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© 2018 John Wiley & Sons, Ltd. First discovered in Poland, glacial curvilineations (GCLs) are enigmatic landforms comprising parallel sets of sinuous ridges and troughs of metres amplitude and around 150m wavelength, found within kilometres-wide valleys interpreted as b... View more
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