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Two thick sequences of ancient glacial and glacial marine rocks, the late Proterozoic Mineral Fork Formation of Utah and the Late Paleozoic Whiteout Conglomerate of West Antarctica, reflect similarities and differences in temperature regimes of the glacial delivery systems, climatic settings in the zones of ablation, and nature of the glacier interfaces with the depositional environments. Both units attain thicknesses of about 1,000 m and both are segments of widely distributed glacigenic deposits covering thousands of km2. They appear to represent significant erosion of platformal areas beneath basal ice at or near its melting point.

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