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The four types of alpine glaciers include cirque, forming on the slope of a mountain; valley, filling a valley between two mountains; Piedmont, when two or more glaciers form usually at the edge of a mountain; and Tidewater, a glacier that meets the sea, and when a piece breaks off, the floating mass of ice is known as an iceberg.What does a glacier look like?
A glacier is commonly white and made of ice. It may appear dirty near its end due to debris that it is carrying or pushing. Glaciers can be massive in size stretching across continents or may be small sitting atop of mountains.