Ice cave interior

Ice cave interior

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Credit: DAVID NUNUK/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY

Caption: MODEL RELEASED. Ice cave interior. Explorer with a tent in an ice cave. Such caves are typically formed by water erosion. The caves are kept icy by winds. In winter, a cold wind blows through the caves, freezing the water formed by melting snow and ice in summer. In summer, a cold breeze blows from the cave depths to the entrance, preventing melting. Photographed at the Appa glacier, Pemberton Ice Field, British Columbia, Canada.

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Keywords: appa galcier, appa glacier, british columbia, camp, camping, canada, canadian, cave, caves, environment, explorer, geography, horizontal, ice field, interior, internal, male, man, pemberton, tent

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