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Glacier (ice sheet) The term 'Glacier (ice sheet)' as it applies to the area of reclamation can be defined as ' A large thick mass of ice formed on land by the compacting and recrystallization of old snow and move under the influence of gravity. Glaciers survive from year to year, and creep downslope or outward due to the stress of their own weight'.
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