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Continental and alpine glaciers differ in their formation, movement and features.

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    Glaciers

    Glaciers

    by jaya kumar //at grade
    Describes what glaciers are.
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    Glaciers

    Glaciers

    by Joe Caffrey //at grade
    Describes what glaciers are.
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    Ice Hockey is Melting Away

    Ice Hockey is Melting Away

    by David Carmichael //at grade
    Using the future of outdoor Canadian ice hockey as a case study, students will explore the changing climate, factors associated, and direct impacts on glacial growth and/or depletion.
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  • Real World Application
    Ice Hockey is Melting Away

    Ice Hockey is Melting Away

    by Tina Melin //at grade
    Using the future of outdoor Canadian ice hockey as a case study, students will explore the changing climate, factors associated, and direct impacts on glacial growth and/or depletion.
    MEMORY METER
    This indicates how strong in your memory this concept is
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