So, on Google Earth. I’ve noticed that landmasses closer to the poles tend to look a lot more ”Jagged” than landmasses away from the poles. By ”Jagged” I refer to the geographic features of the Canadian North, Svalbard, The Falklands, and Patagonia. I’m not sure if there is a term to properly describe these regions but to me, they tend to have a very distinctive shape to their geography.
If anyone knows what I’m talking about is there is an explanation for this?