Glacial moulin, Greenland

Glacial moulin, Greenland

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Caption: Glacial moulin. Researcher abseiling down into a 110-metre deep moulin (glacier mill). Erosion features such as rills and moulins are formed on glaciers by flowing water. A moulin is a circular shaft into which surface and meltwater can flow from a series of rills. A moulin can extend down to the base of the glacier. Photographed in Greenland.

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