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Get Comprehensive Information About Glaciers from World Landforms

This press release is to announce to the readers that World Landforms, an educative portal further affirms readers about providing them comprehensive information about mountain ranges and many other world landforms.


Maple Grove, MN -- (SBWIRE) -- 08/26/2015 -- Found in the arctic and polar regions, a glacier is formed by an accumulation of snow and ice that is more than the loss of snow from melting and evaporation. Pressure that is generated at the bottom of the glacier is very high for ice to melt even in cold temperatures. This allows glacier to move slowly downhill. For those who wish to know more in detail about glaciers can now get complete details on it from World Landforms. The website has used various pictures and images to make the reading experience of its readers enjoyable.

World Landforms is a reputed online portal that is widely recognized for providing detailed information about various landforms and volcanoes. Besides providing information on glacier landforms, this online portal also provides comprehensive information on various landforms such as mountains, drainage basins, sinkholes, swamps, sandbars, terraces, waterfalls, gullies, gulfs, gorges, glacier caves, geysers and others. Apart from this, the website also provides extensive details on various types of volcanoes. Students can count on this website for getting comprehensive and accurate information about landforms for various projects.

Elaborating more about the glacier landforms, one of the representatives of the company stated, "A glacier may fill a single valley. To have the characteristics and movement of a glacier, it generally needs to be at least 160 feet in depth. Some glaciers reach a depth of over 2000 feet. The largest glacial ice sheet in the world is the permanent ice sheet that covers almost the entire continent of Antarctica with a depth of up to 3 miles. A similar ice sheet covers Greenland. The characteristics of an ice sheet are different from glaciers that move down a mountainside. The largest moving glacier in the world is Lambert Glacier in eastern Antarctica. It is 250 miles long, 60 miles wide and up to 8000 feet deep."

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World Landforms is a leading portal that provides information about different types of landforms. The portal has been created with an aim to providing people with authentic information about landforms. The portal also has its social media pages on various channels. Their main motto is helping people discover various landforms of the world.

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