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Till a deposit of a glacier/a sediment consisting of mud,sand,gravel,and boulders.
Tarn ponds formed from melt water in ice abandon cirques
Quaternary Period the geologic time period from 2 million ybp to the present. The Quaternary Period include both the Pleistocene epoc and the Holocene Epoch.
PreCambrian Era the length of geologic time from the beginning of the earth(4.6 bilion ybp) to the beginning of the Paleozoic Peiod(66 million ybp)
Pleistocene Epoch the geolgic time from 2,000,000 ybp to 11,500 ybp
Paleozoic Era the time period between 650 million years ago and 225 million years ago
Little Ice Age the period of time between 1350 AD and 1870 AD when glaciers expanded and the global climate conditions were similar , though not as cold as a glacial period
eemian period the last interglacial warm period, lasting from 130,000 ybp to 110,000 ybp
cenozoic era the period of time between 65 million years ago and today
Created by: glaciers