||A landform made by a stream flowing through glacial ice and then depositing material
as it enters a lake or pond at the end (or terminus) of the glacier. This delta is
distinctive because it has been sorted by the action of the stream. This landform
may often be observed after the glacier has melted. As the glacier melts, the edges
of the delta may subside (as ice under it melts); additionally, glacial till may be
deposited in the lateral or side area of the delta from the melting glacier.