One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
A rocky outcrop with a tapering ridge of glacial deposits extending to one side.
- ‘The most well known example of crag and tail occurs in the centre of Edinburgh.’
- ‘Common micro-scale landforms are striations, crag and tails, friction cracks and p-forms.’
- ‘The other effect of the deflection of the ice was that there was more erosion between the crag and tails.’
- ‘A crag and tail is a larger rock mass than a roche moutonnee.’
- ‘Salisbury Crag is a classic crag and tail where glaciers have left a tail of sediment extending to the right.’
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