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Applied to the area between a glacier and adjacent high ground. A proglacial lake is a body of water impounded in such an area and is often inferred for areas of Pleistocene glaciation from the evidence of strandlines, lake sediments, and overflow channels.

Subjects: Earth Sciences and Geography.

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