||Structural Geology Exercises|
with Glaciotectonic Examples
Møns Klint, Denmark. Upper Cretaceous chalk pinnacle in center, Sommerspiret, stood 102 m above sea level. It was shoved into a vertical position by ice pushing during the late Weichselian glaciation. The chalk pinnacle fell down in a storm a few years after this picture was taken. Photo © J.S. Aber.
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