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Glacially transported rock whose lithology shows that it could not have been eroded from the local country rock. An example is the occurrence near Snowdonia, Wales, of granites derived from Scotland. An ‘indicator’ is an erratic whose origin can be located precisely.

Subjects: Earth Sciences and Geography.

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