Credit: PETER MATULAVICH/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY

Caption: Northern Rocky Mountains are featured in this view of Glacier National Park, Montana. These mountains were formed through uplifting caused by subductive forces of plate tectonics, and sculpted by the effects of extreme glaciation and other erosion.

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Keywords: bend, canadian, compression, continental drift, convergent boundary, crust, erosion, fault block, geologic, geology, glacial, glaciation, glacier national park, landscape, lithosphere, northern rocky mountains, plate tectonics, shell, subduction, uplift

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Glacier National Park

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