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Kalamalka Lake Creates Ice Sculptures Video

Updated: Feb 7


Ice heaves or Ice Ridges on a frozen lake are natural occurrences that happen when ice on a body of water expands, contracts,

and shifts due to various factors such as temperature changes, wind, and pressure.


When this occurs, it can lead to the formation of elevated ice structures, creating a visually interesting landscape.



The process often involves the freezing and expansion of water underneath the existing ice layer. As the ice expands, it can push against the surrounding ice, causing it to crack and buckle, resulting in the formation of ice heaves or ridges.


These formations can vary in size and shape.



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