In British Columbia the manifold aspects of alpine glaciation are displayed as they are perhaps nowhere else on the face of the globe. Northward as they approach the southern tip of Alaska the lofty Cascade ranges of the United States pass into coast-ranges; and the coast ranges of the south run into the sea, giving rise to the countless islands which are so characteristic of this part of the Pacific coast.
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"Coast Range Cirques of the Skeena Basin,"
Proceedings of the Iowa Academy of Science, 23(1), 119-119.
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