underground ice

underground ice

[¦ən·dər¦grau̇nd ′īs]
(hydrology)
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Film boasts several terrific set pieces, starting with the birth of two polar bears in their underground ice den and the cubs' first steps three months later when they emerge outdoors.
There is underground ice and probably underground water in some places.
The next image has more to say about the role of underground ice (12).
Roof and platforms will penetrate two parallel slabs of building, 50m wide and 170m long, to be set exactly on the line of the underground ICE track, and hence slightly skewed to the curved axis of the long train shed.
We don't see it flowing across the Martian surface today, but Mars's polar caps are known to contain water ice, and scientists suspect that the planet has lots of underground ice too.
Read: (http://www.ibtimes.com/water-mars-ice-deposit-found-underground-red-planet-enough-fill-lake-superior-2450224) Underground Ice Deposit On Mars Enough To Fill Lake Superior
With its towering ice formations and large underground ice deposit, Sca?ris?oara Ice Cave is among the most important scientific sites in Europe.
If his programmes have taught him anything it has been that even the most unlikely structures - like a dark, damp, underground ice house by a loch in Scotland - can be made into a home and that a life can be crammed into the smallest of areas with enough inventive use of space and storage.
"Heat must be flowing from the interior, enough to melt some of the underground ice, creating an underground waterworks," added Matson.
You climb down 100 or so steps into the 5,500m large underground ice palace with a Pingo-esque igloo, Disney ice sculptures, gallery, a children's slide and even a chapel where couples can marry.
Next door to the restaurant was the world's biggest ice grotto - you climb down 100 or so steps into the 5,500m large underground ice palace with a Pingo-esque igloo, Disney ice sculptures, gallery, a children's slide and even a chapel where couples can marry.
Next door to the restaurant is the world's biggest ice grotto - you climb down 100 or so steps into the 5.500m large underground ice palace with a Pingo-esque igloo, Disney ice sculptures, gallery, a children's slide and even a chapel where couples can marry.

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