A steep-sided hill of glacial sediment formed when a glacier melts best describes which glacial landform?

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May 23, 2018

Answer:

This is called a moraine.

Explanation:

Moraines are formed from the dirt and rocks that a glacier scooped up and moved along with it as it advanced. When the ice melts, the dirt and rocks are left behind, piled up. Some moraines are so high they even qualify as mountains!

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