Beartooth Mountain, Montana, plateau areas

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Figure 5: The edge of a plateau in the Beartooth Mountains, Custer National Forest, Montana. The ridges holding snow might be protalus ramparts, usually indicative of perennial snow or even small glaciers. The plateaus might have had glaciers on them, as in Fig. 4, but this is uncertain.

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Brian Whalley, niversity of Sheffield
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