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Environment and Climate Change Canada: Icebergs site description for Environment and Climate Change Canada: Icebergs
What is an iceberg and how is it related to a glacier? Learn more about shape, size and colours of icebergs as well as migration, movement and melt of these vast chunks of ice. 
http://www.ec.gc.ca/glaces-ice/default.asp?lang=En&n=DBAFEE4D-1

 
Environment and Climate Change Canada: Ice Shelves site description for Environment and Climate Change Canada: Ice Shelves
Learn about ice shelves and how they calve. You can also learn about some of the biggest, most significant ice shelves in Canada. Be sure to check out the FAQ's for more clarification. 
http://www.ec.gc.ca/glaces-ice/default.asp?lang=En&n=BD59A30D-1

 
Educapoles.org: How Glaciers Work site description for Educapoles.org: How Glaciers Work
This interactive allows students to explore glacier movement and the different zones within the glacier. 
http://www.educapoles.org/assets/swf/animations_loader.swf?path=/assets/uploads/flashanims_files/educanim2.6.swf&lg=
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PBS Nova: Mountain of Ice - Life Cycle of a Glacier site description for PBS Nova: Mountain of Ice - Life Cycle of a Glacier
Follow the journey of a single snowflake as it takes a ride through a glacier, a process that can take as much as 30,000 years to complete. 
http://www.pbs.org/wgbh/nova/vinson/glacier.html

 
Atlas of the Cryosphere site description for Atlas of the Cryosphere
"View dynamic maps of snow, sea ice, glaciers, ice sheets, permafrost, and more." Click to open the atlas for either the Northern or Southern Hemisphere. 
http://nsidc.org/data/atlas/index.html

 
All About Glaciers site description for All About Glaciers
This is a very comprehensive glacier guide, including fascinating facts, answers to common questions, a gallery of historic photos, an extensive glossary, lists of books and articles, plus links to other glacier information on the Web. 
https://nsidc.org/cryosphere/glaciers

 
Educapoles.org: Description of ice types site description for Educapoles.org: Description of ice types
"This animation explains the formation of the two types of ice (terrestrial and sea ice) in the Arctic and Antarctic. The differences between summer and winter ice coverage are also presented." [site] 
http://www.educapoles.org/assets/swf/animations_loader.swf?path=/assets/uploads/flashanims_files/educanim1.4.swf&lg=
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The Atlas of Canada: Distribution of Water (Glaciers and Icefields) site description for The Atlas of Canada: Distribution of Water (Glaciers and Icefields)
"This map shows the distribution of glaciers and icefields in Canada, and also gives the names of some of their more important individual bodies." (site description) 
http://geogratis.gc.ca/api/en/nrcan-rncan/ess-sst/e5ea9140-8893-11e0-858a-6cf049291510

 
Canadian Encyclopedia: Glaciation site description for Canadian Encyclopedia: Glaciation
This article includes a description of glaciation, glacial erosion processes, major advances and retreats and the last major glaciation. 
http://www.thecanadianencyclopedia.com/articles/glaciation

 
Interactive Anatomy of a Glacier site description for Interactive Anatomy of a Glacier
This interactive provides a detailed look at not only the anatomy of a glacier but also the changes that glacier affect on the land. 
http://www.pbs.org/wnet/nature/episodes/andes-the-dragons-back/interactive-anatomy-of-a-glacier/1797/
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