Glaciers of the World

The glacier family

The Stauning Alper of East Greenland are classic alpine peaks of granite, separated from the main ice sheet, bu heavily eroded by valley glaciers. The highest peak is Dansketind (2930 m), as shown here, from which a valley glacier descends coastwards for several kilometres. MH

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