This module is part of the Virtual Geography Department Project and has been prepared for the Virtual Field Trip Working Group and the Physical Geography Working Group of the project. These materials may be used for study, research, and education, but please credit the author and source: Karen A. Lemke, University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point and The Virtual Geography Department Project.
All commercial rights reserved. Copyright 1999 by Karen A. Lemke.
This module addresses various aspects of alpine glacial landscape interpretation, including landform identification, geomorphic processes and glacial history. Glacier National Park, Montana, USA, provides the backdrop for this virtual field trip. The module uses photographs, topographic and geomorphic maps, volcanic ash, streamflow and other data to construct an understanding of the landscape traversed on the trip. Students answer interpretive questions, draw a topographic profile and keep a field journal while on the trip.
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1999 by Karen A. Lemke (firstname.lastname@example.org).
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