Landscapes of glacial erosion
Exam questions on Landscapes of Glacial Erosion are often based on a diagram. Try to look at as many of these as you can so that you can recognise the glacial features when they are shown in different diagrams.
Questions may ask you to identify features found on an Ordnance Survey Map. In order to revise for this you will need to practise looking for the contour patterns that show the larger features of Glacial Erosion such as corries, pyramidal peaks and 'U' shaped valleys.
Remember, ice erodes by:
How the weather and glaciers both contributed to the shaping of Mount Snowdon
Video clip about how glacial erosion has affected the shape of Highland mountains
Video clip about how glacial erosion in Scotland has provided ideal routes for railways
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