Glacial polish Hercule Nicolet
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Geological study of 5 rock specimens displaying glacial polish, a characteristic of rock surfaces where glaciers have passed over. Specimens 1and 2 are from Zermatt, 3 and 4 from the Rosenlaui glacier, and 5 from the Le Landeron municipality, Switzerland.
Plate 18 from Louis Agassiz’s Etudes sur les glaciers: atlas de 32 planches (Neuchatel, 1840), a study of glaciers in Switzerland.
- Image reference: RS-20981
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