The correct option is D Esker
Depositional landforms by glaciers are Moraines, drumlins, eskers, and outwash plains. A moraine is a major depositional landform that is commonly found in gentle slopes. Drumlin is formed when glacial till along with some gravel and sand is deposited as a hill-like structure that resembles an inverted spoon. Esker is formed when the streams deposit coarse materials like boulders, gravel and sand, forming long narrow ridges. Fjords are the erosional landforms created by the glaciers.