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The glacial landforms of North Dakota are revealed through photographs of an end moraine, glacial erratic, eskers, ice thrust masses, an ice-walled lake plain, a kame, kettle lakes, a meltwater channel, outwash, and till. Each image is accompanied by a brief description of the location, how the landform originated, and its composition. The descriptions point out that some features have commercial value as sources of sand and gravel.
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