Wood-Tikchik Photographs by Robert Glenn Ketchum

Photograph of Mixed Vegetation at Wood-Tikchik
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The Tikchik Lake foregrounds the glacial spires of the Wood Mountains in the distance. In the front is the granitic dome of Tikchik Mountain, left behind from the Earth's glaciations during the Pleistoceneand wetlands, which are usually the last remaining vestiges of lakes, filled with sediment.

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Photograph copyright Robert Glenn Ketchum
 
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