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b. horn - has sharp pointed top. Named after the Matterhorn Alp in Switzerland. Has very little vegetation, hasn't weathered enough.
c. cirque - depression where glacier started, heaviest part of glacier
d. arete - narrow ridge between u - shaped valleys
b. kettle - created when a block of ice remains when the glaicer retreats. Many in Minnesota, "Land of 10,000 Lakes", should be 1,000 lakes and 9,900 kettle lakes.
c. esker - hill (ridge) of sorted outwash, sometimes known as a horse bak ridge.