Wednesday, March 22, 2017

Lake Erie Ice Volcano

A cryovolcano, better known as an ice volcano along the Lake Erie shoreline.  During the winter and early spring, high winds create these cone-shaped ice formations that allow water, slush and sand to blow up through a hole in the center of the cone.

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