Avalanche boulder tongue

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An avalanche boulder tongue is an accumulation of debris produced by snow avalanches. Well developed avalanche boulder tongue usually develop below avalanche gullies due to successive avalanches over a long time span. The avalanche boulder tongues were first intensively investigated by Anders Rapp in the areas of Abisko and Kebnekaise in Swedish Lappland.