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The Development of a Complex Supraglacial Moraine at the Margin of Sørbreen, Ny Friesland, Vestspitsbergen
Journal of Glaciology
A series of concentric debris bands crop out on the frontal stagnant zone of Sørbreen, Ny Friesland, Vestspitsbergen. The contained debris, which is dominantly sand and silt with some clay and gravel, is well sorted and banded, and it is thought to be derived from subglacial fluvial deposits. These debris bands give rise to a complex series of bedded moraine ridges, and bedded and unbedded sediment sheets on the glacier surface. The development of a supraglacial hummocky moraine is traced anddoi:10.3189/s0022143000019961 fatcat:s3wcnik6rvdvrpoyezpxq7cpa4