ice cave

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ice cave

[′īs ‚kāv]
(geology)
A cave that is cool enough to hold ice through all or most of the warm season.
(hydrology)
A cave in ice such as a glacier formed by a stream of melted water.
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Get into the spirit of Christmas on the North Pole Adventure at National Forest Adventure Farm OOKING for a snow, ice caves and Northern Lights displays this Christmas?
Blue Ice', taken inside the famous ice caves in Iceland.
The White Desert & South Pole: Standing on the Bottom of the Earth excursion sees guests explore the spectacular ice caves and tunnels of Antarctica as well as climbing a glacial island.
It describes the author's research and the history of these discoveries, including the discovery of bacteria inhabiting rocks 9,000 feet beneath the surface of the Earth, drilling in New Mexico and Colorado in search of life, and how researchers used geological history to determine the origins of the microbes collected from drilling, including the work of the Subsurface Science Program; research in South African gold mines; plans made in NASA meetings for drilling on Mars to detect life beneath the surface; research in ice caves in the Arctic Circle in Canada; and the possibility of using caves to gain access to subterranean life.
The design pulls from the topography of Mount Juneau, the flow and colors of the Mendenhall Ice Caves, and the waves of the inside passage waters.
From the Mother City, everyone moves on to the 24-hour daylight of Antarctica for 4x4 trips across the snow, visits to ice caves and learning how to kite ski.
Ice Caves will be released on December 11 on The Mistakable Sound Of record label, which is run by Marc Bird from Yellow Creatures.
Well-intentioned caretakers for at least two other ice caves in China have installed airtight doors, hoping to keep out heat and trespassers.
3) What heat source shaped the ice caves on Mount Rainier in Washington State?
Into The Glacier, which opened on June 1, is one of the world's most ambitious man-made ice caves and has been four years in development at a cost of PS2m.
Local outfitter Head-Line will helicopter you to the Pemberton Ice Fields, where you'll snowmobile to a maze of ice caves fit for Queen Elsa.