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Long scratches on a rock, a few millimetres across, formed by glacial abrasion, usually in clusters, often well developed on the stoss side of roches moutonées. Striations can show the direction of glacier movement (Fjellanger (2006) Geomorph 82, 3–4).

Subjects: Earth Sciences and Geography.

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