There are two types of Fluvioglacial deposition:
Ice contact stratified drift: Deposition by meltwater streams that are in contact with the glacier.
Proglacial: Deposition by meltwater streams in front of the glacier on the outwash plain.
Ice contact stratified drift Landforms
Kames: Formed when meltwater streams on the surface of the glacier deposit material in depressions. When the Ice melts, this is deposited on the valley floor.
Kame Terraces: Lines of kames along the edge of the valley.
Eskers: These are formed when sub-glacial meltwater streams deposit layers of sediment in the small tunnels through which they flow. When the ice melts, a sinuous, stratified line of sediment is left.
Kettle Holes: Pieces of ice break from the glacier and are carried down the meltwater streams. They…