North West Geography
Volume 11, Number 2, 2011
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northwest Lake District
An accumulation of debris on the lower slopes of Grasmoor End, northwest Lake District, has previously been categorised as a relict protalus rock glacier. Detailed field examination of the feature and consideration of the character of the cliffed upper slope have led to the conclusion that rock-slope failure is a more likely explanation. A paraglacial origin rather than a periglacial origin is therefore proposed.