Situated, occurring, or formed inside a glacier.
- ‘Over three field seasons (2001-2003) we examined the physical and hydraulic characteristics of englacial water flow.’
- ‘Many of these have been interpreted as the product of englacial thrusting in ice that has undergone strong longitudinal compression, especially at the thermal boundary between warm and cold ice.’
- ‘Since this englacial rock has suffered little wear since falling on the ice, it is likely to consist in part of large and only moderately rounded boulders.’
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