[gley-shuh-list] /ˈgleɪ ʃə lɪst/
a person who studies geological phenomena involving the action of ice, especially of glaciers.
[gley-shuh l] /ˈgleɪ ʃəl/ adjective 1. of or relating to or ice sheets. 2. resulting from or associated with the action of ice or : glacial terrain. 3. characterized by the presence of ice in extensive masses or . 4. bitterly cold; icy: a glacial winter wind. 5. happening or moving extremely slowly: The work […]
noun 1. finely ground rock material produced by the grinding action of a glacier on its bed.
noun 1. waters of a glacial stream in which particles of light-colored silt are suspended.
- Glacial striation
glacial striation One of several, long, straight, parallel lines or grooves in a bedrock surface, formed by boulders, gravel, and pebbles embedded in a glacier that has passed over the surface.