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Record #199351:

Rock and roll: how a glacier pushed a boulder to a place near you / Hannah Holmes ; photographs by Fritz Holman.

Title: Rock and roll: how a glacier pushed a boulder to a place near you / Hannah Holmes ; photographs by Fritz Holman.
Author(s): Holmes, Hannah.
Holman, Fritz,
Date: 2012.
In: National Geographic. (2012.), Vol. 221(3) (2012)
Abstract: Well-illustrated discussion of glacial erratics in United States, describing places some have come to occupy in local traditional folklore and custom (Rollstone Boulder and Plymouth Rock in Massachusetts, e.g.), and traditional and modern explanations for erratic presence (notably Agassiz in late 19th century). Illustrates process of glacial transportation with modern example of Mendenhall Glacier, Alaska.
Notes:

National Geographic. Vol. 221(3) :90-105 (2012).

Keywords: 551.33 -- Glacial geology.
551.32(091) -- History of glaciology.
551.336 -- Ice ages.
551.332 -- Glacial deposition.
551.332.57 -- Erratic blocks and boulder trains.
551.324.22 -- Glaciers: Mendenhall.
551.324.24 -- Ice sheets and caps: Laurentide ice sheet.
398 -- Native peoples, folk beliefs and tales.
E7 -- Glaciology: glacial geology and ice ages.
(73) -- United States.
(*49) -- Alaska.
SPRI record no.: 199351

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