Acknowledgements

Copyright permissions have been included where pertinent throughout this book. In addition we would like to acknowledge the following for permission to use figures from previously published sources:

Blackwell Publishing for Figure 9 from Benn D.I. (1994) Fluted moraine formation and till genesis below a temperate glacier: slettmarkbreen, Jotunheimen, Norway, in Sedimentology 41, 279-292 and for Figure 12 from Kjaer & Kruger (2001) The final phase of dead ice moraine development: processes and sediment architecture, Kotlujokull, Iceland, in Sedimentology 48, 935-952;

Elsevier for Figures 85 and 150 from Brodzikowski & van Loon (1991) Glacigenic Sediments and for Figure 2 from Eyles et al. (1985) Models of glaciomarine sedimentation and their application to the interpretation of ancient glacial sequences, in Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 51, 15-84;

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Geological Society of America for Figure 2 from Johnson & Hansel (1999) Wisconsin episode glacial landscape of central Illinois: a product of subglacial deformation processes?, in Glacial Processes Past and Present (eds. Mickelson & Attig), GSA Special Paper 337, 121-135 and Figure 5 from Clayton et al. (1999) Tunnel channels formed in Wisconsin during the last glaciation, in Glacial Processes Past and Present (eds. Mickelson & Attig), GSA Special Paper 337, 69-82;

The Geological Society for Figure 5 from Thomas (1984) Sedimentation of a sub-aqueous esker-delta at Strabathie, Aberdeenshire, in Scottish Journal of Geology 20, 9-20;

Scandinavian University Press for Figure 7 from Fyfe (1990) The effect of water depth on ice-proximal glaciolacustrine sedimentation: Salpausselka I, southern Finland, Boreas 19, 147-164 and Figure 11 from Matthews et al. (1995) Contemporary terminal moraine ridge formation at a temperate glacier: Styggedalsbreen, Jotunheimen, southern Norway, in Boreas 24, 129-139.

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